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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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DOJ: We’re Not Releasing Gitmo Detainees

Judge Orders 17 Gitmo Detainees Released

Did Lehman Bros. Lie to Investors?

How Will The McCain Campaign ‘Get Rid’ of Corruption on Wall Street?

SEC Oversight of Investment Banks Was in Shambles

The Six Gitmo Prosecutors Who Protested

SEC ‘Clarifies’ Accounting Rule, But Lobbyists Want More

Former Gitmo Prosecutor: Detainee Was Child Soldier and ‘Duped’

How AIG Imploded

Another Gitmo Prosecutor Resigns in Protest

Talking with the Washington Post’s Barton Gellman

Lobbyists Successful in Early Changes to Bailout Bill

History of U.S. Gov’t Bailouts

Interactive Map of Bridge—and Road—to ‘Nowhere’ Project

Palin’s Office Rebuffs Investigators, Press

McCain’s Record Contrasts With Promises of ‘Reforming’ Wall St.

Market Crisis: Where Were the Regulators?

Tribute in Light

Fannie, Freddie Gave Big Support to Obama, McCain

Questions Linger in Ivins Anthrax Investigation

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