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Industry lobbying left nursing home patients at risk

The long-term care industry has long used its political influence to push against reforms that would have increased staffing requirements, training, transparency and oversight. Now the industry is pushing for legislation to shield nursing home owners from lawsuits during the pandemic.

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From fire to prison

East Texas bank president stole $11 million with fake loans — one of the biggest frauds in Texas history. Now she and the bank’s former vice-president are going to prison.

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Laying the foundation

At my first international investigative reporting conference, held in Moscow in September 1992, I had an exciting epiphany that the best investigative journalism is necessarily collaborative and thus requires reporters and editors to work together. Five years later, I founded the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 2017 for the Panama Papers and numerous other awards.

Charlie Wolfson

Charlie Wolfson recently graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in journalism and a minor in political science. He has worked part-time as a correspondent and digital producer at The Boston Globe since 2018 and since March 2020 he has done freelance reporting on COVID-19, voting law and politics for PublicSource, a nonprofit digital newsroom in his …

Savanna Strott

Savanna Strott

Savanna Strott is a senior at American University studying journalism with minors in creative writing and Spanish. She spent most of the last year working for her favorite Nevada news outlet, The Nevada Independent. There she covered the effects of the pandemic on her homestate, contributed to national and local election coverage and told the …