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Eric Umansky is a deputy managing editor of ProPublica, where a project he edited on “nuisance abatement” laws won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. Umansky also oversees ProPublica’s “no-bullshit” engagement team. He is also a co-founder of Document Cloud. Umansky joined ProPublica back when it started in 2008. Before that he wrote a column for Slate.

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Gitmo Dismissals Don’t Include One of Most Problematic Cases

Admin on Gitmo: We’re Staying the Course

After Earful From Senators, AIG Suspends Lobbying

Banks Hoarding Bailout Money

The Gutting of the SEC

A Quick Note, And a Good Explainer

Gov’t-Owned AIG: We’re Still Lobbying!

McCain Campaign Works to Discredit Coming ‘Troopergate’ Report

Talking With ‘The Trillion Dollar Meltdown’s’ Charles Morris

Little Scrutiny of Gov’t's Rapid Financial Rule Changes

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

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