Here’s what we and art student Neha Dharkar learned in CIR’s first animation summer internship.
A federal district judge in Phoenix threw out a lawsuit that accused The Center for Investigative Reporting and ProPublica of defaming a government contractor who helped a Chinese national gain access to a counterterrorism center.
In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, CIR and WFMU are teaming up to launch a new initiative exploring New Jersey’s toxic legacy through comedy. Yes, comedy.
Our first Equity Exchange brought together people working across media to share challenges, concerns and success stories related to equity in coverage, story development, staffing and engagement of diverse communities.
Are you a journalist who wants to report on how universities use roster management to comply with Title IX? Here’s a tip sheet on how to turn around a story like this quickly.
We know there are many female coaches out there who are making a difference every day. And we want to hear who those role models are in your life.
Jordan Wirfs-Brock at Inside Energy used our MIDITime Python library to make a great data sonification about a steep decline in coal production.
Negotiating for government data can be tricky. (Empathetic music video included.) Here are some tips to help you with your request.
The stories uncovered opiates being handed out “like candy” to veterans, the nation’s failure to connect the missing and unidentified dead, dangerous conditions for oil field workers in North Dakota, and a culture of secrecy and alleged sex abuse in the Jehovah’s Witnesses organization.
Our bilingual collaborative investigation into the sexual abuse of janitors has been named the winner of an Investigative Reporters and Editors Award in the large broadcast/video category.