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‘Investigative Reporting’ Category
An investigation into private funding in public housing sparks debate.
A review of LAPD shootings data showed that very few officers were disciplined after being found to use unnecessary deadly force.
Reporters revealed how some pregnant women in Tennessee could be arrested at hospitals under a new law.
This reporter earned Pulitzer Prize finalist recognition for exposing a case of police brutality on Long Island.
Before the focus on Ferguson, two reporters exposed how an Alabama town made offenders pay for its criminal justice system.
Investigation raises questions about why mentally ill inmates are in the custody of untrained officers.
An investigation found that the FDA may have grossly underestimated the risks of a birth control device.
Reporters showed how a Georgia town filled an old prison with new detainees by targeting undocumented immigrants.
Rosa Goldensohn and Rachael Levy, reporters for The Nation and CUNY Journalism alum, exposed how a handful of poor women were being criminalized under a new law.
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