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Eric Umansky is a deputy managing editor of ProPublica, where he edited our Pulitzer Prize-winning series about Wall Street. Previously, he wrote a column for Slate and was editor of Motherjones.com. He’s also written for The New York Times Magazine, Washington Post, The New Republic, and elsewhere. He is also a co-founder of Document Cloud. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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Hamdan’s FBI Interrogator Warned Against Gitmo Trial

In Rebuke to Military, Jury Sentences Hamdan to Mostly Time-Served

Ivins Troubled But FBI Docs Fall Short

Was Hamdan’s Chauffeuring Really a War Crime?

Jury Dismisses Most Serious Charges Against Hamdan

Ivins Told Ethics Officer About Anthrax Clean-up

Mystery of Different Anthrax Attacks Solved?

Reminders of Botched Investigation as Suspected Culprit Dies

Cost of U.S. Wars

Stevens’ Alleged Help in Pakistan Deal

Mention of CIA Banned From Gitmo Trial

Breaking: NY Gov’s Office Questioned About Our Gas Story

Letter From Alhurra’s Parent Company—And Our Response

The Middle East Broadcasting Network, parent company to Alhurra, has sent us a response to our investigation.

Jane Mayer’s The Dark Side: Chapter 1

Talking With Jane Mayer

Turns out, FBI HQ Is Secure For Classified Intel

Talking With McClatchy’s Tom Lasseter

FBI HQ Not Secure for Classified Intel

DOJ Oversight Office Isn’t Releasing Reports

The Psychologists Behind Abusive Interrogations of Detainees

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