When Thrillist published a story about a Portland burger joint, it went viral. But then a few journalist’s noticed a huge gap in the reporting. This is what it means for journalism.
Juan Pablo Andrade, who has close ties to the Trump family and is considered a rising star in the GOP, is allegedly a made member of the Genovese crime family and currently under FBI investigation.
Journalist Pete Madden details how he reported and, finally, published an investigation into the former “king of chess.”
A New Yorker dive into Saudi Arabia's new leader and a Huffington post that reveals hidden facts about waterboarding top our list of must reads this week.
Here's an interesting, and insightful, anecdote about The Donald from December 1989, when Trump, accompanied by his executive assistant, Norma Foerderer, flew on his private jet to Japan, where he hoped to drum up business for his struggling real-estate empire.
Our favorite articles and stories from the week, including reporting by ProPublica and the Center for Investigative Reporting
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The best investigative stories you may have missed this week.