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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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Fannie, Freddie Gave Big Support to Obama, McCain

Questions Linger in Ivins Anthrax Investigation

‘Troopergate’: Palin’s Lawyers Continue to Undermine Investigation

‘Troopergate’: E-mails Emerge, Palin Slow-Rolls Investigation

Palin ‘Troopergate’ Investigation Moves Forward

Military Has Program Similar to Rendition

After Acquittal, U.S. Resident Now Faces Deportation

Afghan Officials Holding Terror Suspect’s Son, a U.S. Citizen

When Off-the-Record Sources Lie

Biden’s Cozy Relations With Bank Industry

Terror Watch List Technologically Troubled

Iraq Fibs on Reconstruction Spending

Alaskan Bribing CEO Enjoys Window of Freedom

New Allegations Against Sen. Stevens

Abuse Could Be Detailed in 2nd Gitmo Trial

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

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