An investigations editor says reporting doesn’t need labels – or grandiose packaging – to be interesting and informative.
In part two of our conversation, tales from a long investigative journalism career, including a decision to break confidentiality.
Robbins talks about his recent New York Times story, reporting on prisons, and getting the public to care about abuse of inmates.
Michael Grabell on how the project began, and how many legislators don’t understand the ways rollbacks hurt workers.
Charles Ornstein and Julia Angwin on how hackers can use your information, and what you – and health care companies – should be doing to protect it.
Lessons from our point-by-point refutation of the Red Cross’ request for corrections, and Does Donald Trump Use Email?
Sebastian Rotella on the death of a powerful Argentine prosecutor and the ways a long history of corruption stokes suspicions of foul play.
Ryann Grochowski Jones discusses the flaws in Uber's recent drunk driving report.
Megan McCloskey discusses the latest development in her investigation into the Pentagon’s failing efforts to bring home America’s missing soldiers from World War II, Korea and Vietnam.
Julia Angwin talks about her latest report on an advertising company using Verizon’s undeletable tracking number to respawn cookies that monitor mobile customers’ web browsing habits.
Julia Angwin takes listeners inside her in-depth investigation into flashbangs, modified hand grenades that have injured or killed at least 50 Americans in police raids since 2000.
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