An investigation from FRONTLINE, NPR and American University’s Investigative Reporting Workshop examines the market forces and government failures that are deepening the healthcare divide.
The Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting found that rural hospitals, rural utilities and even Gulf Coast fishermen have all benefited from the Paycheck Protection Program.
IRW and WWNO/WRKF analyzed U.S. Geological Survey Groundwater Data for Louisiana to determine the extent to which water levels have declined over time in the state’s public and private wells.
President Donald Trump had a specific immigration agenda when he entered the White House in 2017: Stem the flow of immigrants — both legal and undocumented.
At my first international investigative reporting conference, held in Moscow in September 1992, I had an exciting epiphany that the best investigative journalism is necessarily collaborative and thus requires reporters and editors to work together. Five years later, I founded the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 2017 for the Panama Papers and numerous other awards.
The Investigative Reporting Workshop, in partnership with E&E News and NBC News, examines the health of people living in the shadows of U.S. oil refineries.
Records and interviews show that NHTSA has failed over the past four years to complete safety standards that could increase the chance of people surviving, or avoiding, a crash.
A FairWarning review of OSHA inspections shows that the regulators are mostly responding to deaths or hospitalizations, rather than flagging unsafe conditions.
Details on recipients of the Paycheck Protection Program in a searchable format compiled by The Workshop’s Accountability Project.
After months of legal tussling, the Small Business Administration released detailed data on all recipients of its Paycheck Protection Program.