Oh joins Reveal from The Wall Street Journal, where she served as a data and interactive reporter focused on economics and labor.
The board members bring a wide spectrum of perspectives, experiences and expertise that is critical to helping us navigate today’s journalism environment.
The new series is based on a five-year investigation into the coverup of child sexual abuse by Jehovah’s Witnesses leaders.
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Senior reporter Aaron Glantz shares the findings of Reveal’s investigation into modern-day redlining with the House Financial Services Committee.
Kate Looby, formerly of the Sierra Club, will oversee fundraising for CIR’s award-winning newsroom.
The decision has far-reaching consequences for public access to information.
Here’s how to check what the injuries are like at the warehouse that handles your packages.
The winning projects address immigration, modern-day redlining and Silicon Valley’s diversity problem.
The Online News Association has honored Reveal with two of its Online Journalism Awards, which celebrate the best in digital journalism. Both of the Reveal projects that won awards were collaborations with leading newsrooms. They are: Case Cleared: How Rape Goes Unpunished in America, which won the Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award in […]
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has awarded Reveal’s Flood Thy Neighbor project one of its 2019 Communication Awards, which “recognize excellence in reporting and communicating science, engineering, and medicine to the general public.” The project, a collaboration with ProPublica and Vox, showed how the U.S.’s levy system increases flood risks for neighboring […]