Reporters were in the field with new partners to bring you stories from water problems in Louisiana to nursing-home shortages in Maine.
One of our recent stories with longstanding partner The Washington Post looked at the 50 most valuable public companies, many of which tried in the last year to build more inclusive workplaces. The investigation found that Black employees still represent a fraction of those in the top ranks who report directly to CEOs. And the …
IRW Founder and Executive Editor Charles Lewis received the inaugural Nonprofit News Lifetime Achievement Award.
New books from Craig Whitlock and David Vine examine the conflicts in Afghanistan and the ever-expanding U.S. military presence worldwide.
A roundup of recent news and headlines from the Investigative Reporting Workshop.
The Investigative Reporting Workshop, American University’s Journalism Division and Morgan State University’s School of Global Journalism & Communicationwill co-host “Charting a Path: How to Bring Diverse Approaches to Investigative Projects,” a virtual seminar about the role of journalists of color in investigative reporting on March 24.
Former IRW interns are now reporting or editing at The Washington Post, the Center for Public Integrity, The Louisville Courier-Journal, the Treasure Coast newspapers, the Island Packet and the St. Cloud Times Media, among many other places.
The Investigative Reporting Workshop, an independent, nonprofit news organization based at the American University School of Communication in Washington, D.C., is looking for smart, engaged college students and recent graduates from around the country for internships in the summer of 2021.
Reporter John Hill explains how he got the story about spinal decompression devices. In almost three decades as a reporter, I’ve written only two stories that were never published. In the language of the newsroom, they got spiked. The term, from what I understand, comes from the days when editors who read a story that …
WASHINGTON — When The Associated Press called the presidential election last Saturday morning, many Joe Biden supporters in the nation’s capital took to the streets to cheer, dance and sing after a nail-biting four days of vote counting. Biden received 93% of all ballots cast in the District, a bit higher than Democratic candidate Hillary …