“It’s the next great step in investigative reporting – journalists and scientists asking questions to hold people accountable, affect change in public service,” said Sam Roe, of the Chicago Tribune.
“I start where I live now, in Oakland, California, then go back to where I was born, Wisconsin, but I know where this question is going.”
We won for multiplatform investigations into the president’s plans to build a southern border wall and conflicts in North America between indigenous rights and energy expansion.
We’re collecting your stories about work-based rehab programs.
We’re working on a project about housing discrimination, and we want to hear your story.
After more than 5 years with CIR, CEO Joaquin Alvarado to pursue outside ventures EMERYVILLE, Calif. – Today, The Center for Investigative Reporting announced that CEO Joaquin Alvarado has left the organization. He served in leadership positions at CIR for more than five years, first as chief strategy officer and then as CEO starting in […]
What you need to know when working with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections prison database.
Reveal and The Atlantic will team up for a forum on Oklahoma’s female incarceration rate, the highest in the U.S.
Hurricane Harvey has pummeled Texas, dumping a year’s worth of rain in just a few days and displacing thousands from their homes.
While covering Sunday’s “Rally Against Hate” in Berkeley, California, today, Reveal host Al Letson witnessed a man being attacked by protesters.