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The Investigative Reporting Workshop Investigative laboratory we are calling iLab was created to conduct serious research about investigative journalism, past, present and future.

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The Workshop's BankTracker finds that the bank at the center of a House ethics investigation of U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters was the weakest to receive funds from the government's Troubled Asset Relief Program.

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At first glance, the broadband market in the nation's capital appears to be pretty competitive. But a closer look reveals what DC residents already know - most folks are lucky if they have three to choose from.