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Justin Elliott has been a reporter with ProPublica since 2012, covering politics with a focus on money and influence. He was previously a reporter at Salon.com and TPMmuckraker and news editor at Talking Points Memo. He was also a fact-checker at Mother Jones. Justin's GnuPG/PGP key is available on the Ubuntu keyserver. The key ID is 2C353E48 and the fingerprint is 2305 FAB2 8F0D DEA1 FB4D 176A BDE5 0826 2C35 3E48. To securely send Justin documents or other files online, please visit our SecureDrop site.

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Interactive: How Obama Drone Death Claims Stack Up

Obama administration assertions about the number of civilians killed by U.S. drone strikes have varied widely. We charted every claim we could find.

Interactive: How Obama Drone Death Claims Stack Up

Obama administration assertions about the number of civilians killed by U.S. drone strikes have varied widely. We charted every claim we could find.

Obama Administration’s Drone Death Figures Don’t Add Up

Administration officials often claim few or no civilian deaths from drone strikes in Pakistan, but are their own accounts consistent?

Media Companies Make Yet Another Push to Defang Transparency Rule

Broadcasters file a petition with the FCC to water down a new political ad disclosure rule.

Republicans Vote to Block Transparency on Political Ads

Language in appropriations bill would block funding for an FCC rule to put political ad data online.

Dissecting Obama’s Standard on Drone Strike Deaths

What do we know about how the administration counts killings by drones?

After Taiwan Trip, NY Congressman Orders Ethics Training for Staff

Announcement comes following ProPublica story on lobbyist role in Bill Owens' trip to Taiwan.

New Disclosure Rules for Political Ads Could Take Months

Under a new Federal Communications Commission rule, political ad data showing election spending could be posted online as early as July — or much later.

Watchdog Group Calls for Probe of Lobbyists Behind Congressional Trip to Taiwan

Public Citizen calls for investigation into whether Al D’Amato’s lobbying firm violated House travel rules by organizing a trip for Rep. Bill Owens (D-NY) and his wife.

Broadcasters Sue to…Block Transparency

The National Association of Broadcasters argue that the FCC's new rule requiring the posting of political ad data is "arbitrary" and "capricious."

N.Y. Congressman Will Reimburse Costs for $22,000 Taiwan trip

Democrat Bill Owens said he "did not understand" that contacts between his office and lobbyists for the Taiwan government who helped arranged the trip could be in violation of House ethics rules.

Lobbyists Arranged N.Y. Congressman’s $20,000 Trip To Taiwan

Four-day Visit by Rep. Bill Owens and Wife Was Set Up by Ex-Sen. Al D’Amato’s Firm; House Ethics Rules Forbid Participation In Lobbyist-Organized Trips.

Timeline: How Lobbyists Arranged Rep. Bill Owens’ Trip to Taiwan

Congressman Unfriends Bahrain

American Samoa Rep. Eni Faleomavaega, once Bahrain's best friend in Congress, changes his tune

FCC-Required Political Ad Data Disclosures Won’t Be Searchable

The FCC vote on Friday mandating broadcaster disclosure comes with caveats.

Broadcasters’ Last-Ditch Push to Hide Political Ad Data

Media giants are scrambling to water down a proposed FCC rule on disclosure that will be voted on Friday.

Advice From Walmart Exec at Center of Scandal: ‘Personal Integrity’ is Key

The Walmart exec, Eduardo Castro-Wright, in a 2009 interview extolled integrity and a "passion for winning."

Meet the Media Companies Lobbying Against Transparency

Corporations that own some of the country’s biggest news outlets are fighting an FCC measure to post political ad data on the Internet.

Broadcasters Are ‘Against Transparency,’ Says FCC Chairman

Julius Genachowski criticizes TV stations for trying to keep political ad data off the Internet.

Why the FCC Fined Google Just 68 Seconds in Profits

The FCC found that Google stonewalled a probe. The punishment? $25,000.
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