One quarter of New York’s famed diners rip off their workers, paying as little as $2.50 an hour. Here’s how law-breaking owners get away with it.
By Scott Simone | November 14, 2018 | 25 min read
JOURNALIST DAVID WILLMAN REFLECTS ON WHAT IT TOOK TO REPORT OUT HIS AWARD-WINNING INVESTIGATIVE STORY, WHICH WON THE 2001 PULITZER PRIZE FOR INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM
By Scott Simone | June 4, 2018 | 5 min read
INSIGHTS BY KYLE POPE, EDITOR OF THE COLUMBIA JOURNALISM REVIEW, ON THE CHANGING FACE OF JOURNALISM—AND THE STRUGGLE TO BECOME A REPORTER
By Scott Simone | June 1, 2018 | 5 min read
RENOWNED JOURNALIST DIANA B. HENRIQUES SHARES WHAT IT TOOK TO REPORT HER AWARD-WINNING SERIES THAT EXPOSED HOW MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY WERE BEING TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF BY SHADY FINANCIAL FIRMS.
By Scott Simone | April 24, 2018 | 5 min read
SEVERE ABUSE, ISOLATION CELLS, STOMACH-CHURNING FOOD—ALEXANDRA ZAYAS COVERED IT ALL IN HER PULITZER-FINALIST SERIES, "IN GOD'S NAME." GAIN INSIGHTS FROM HER REPORTING JOURNEY HERE.
By Scott Simone | March 16, 2018 | 5 min read
WE SENT FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS TO EVERY STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCY ASKING FOR PAYROLL DATA.
By Shane Snow, Maria Vinokurov, Scott Simone and assistance provided by Tableau Data Scientists | February 8, 2018 | 25 min read
SEVERELY SICK MINERS. SHADY LEGAL PRACTICES. NEGLIGENT COMPANIES. PULITZER-WINNING JOURNALIST CHRIS HAMBY COVERED IT ALL WHILE REPORTING IN COAL COUNTRY.
By Scott Simone | February 13, 2017 | 5 min read
PULITZER-WINNING JOURNALIST LEONORA LAPETER ANTON TAKES US BEHIND THE SCENES OF HER REPORTAGE OF NEGLIGENT MENTAL INSTITUTIONS IN FLORIDA.
By Scott Simone | January 30, 2017 | 5 min read