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Senior Producer, Digital
Sam Ward is a former senior digital producer for Reveal, where he oversees the web team. He has years of experience producing creative digital media projects for Oregon Public Broadcasting, PBS, ITVS and the Smithsonian, and he has managed projects for funders such as the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Education and Annenberg Media. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Ward is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.
FDA warns caffeine powder sellers about product’s potential lethality
The Food and Drug Administration issued warnings to five distributors of pure powdered caffeine, saying their products are dangerous and potentially deadly for consumers.
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Coming Dec. 9: Hired Guns, a CIR and CNN investigation
A yearlong investigation by The Center for Investigative Reporting and CNN has found that despite the image of safety they project, armed guards often pose a threat in an industry rife with lax laws, minimal oversight and almost no accountability.
A questionable shooting
A timeline detailing the shooting of Juan Mendez Jr. on Oct. 5, 2010 in Eagle Pass, Texas.
Profiting off the GI Bill
Under the expanded GI Bill passed in 2008, veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars have their college tuition paid for, up to $19,000 a year. But for-profit schools are making billions in GI Bill money and leaving veterans with worthless degrees and few job prospects.
Secrecy behind Missouri’s execution drugs
Missouri is one of several states that are buying their drugs for executions in secret.
The politics of poison
Arsenic is nearly synonymous with poison. But most people don’t realize that they consume small amounts of it in the food they eat and the water they drink. Recent research suggests even small levels of arsenic may be harmful.
The Coast Guard’s deadly accidents
The fifth branch of the military has suffered a string of potentially avoidable and sometimes deadly accidents, along with hundreds of millions of dollars in equipment damage, lawsuits from civilians and internal investigations that have questioned safety procedures.
Pilot 3: The arsenic in our drinking water
We dive into the U.S. Coast Guard’s accident problem; arsenic in your water; the secrecy surrounding lethal injection drugs; and the high cost of a GI Bill degree.