Many a reporter has fallen into the trap of running before they walk. They may have a tip or a hunch and head off for the races without doing the most basic and fundamental step required in reporting: mastering the subject they’re investigating.
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
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.
Journalist Sara Stewart recounts how working with The Hatch Institute helped her.
Pulitzer-winning journalist Leonora LaPeter Anton takes us behind the scenes of her reportage of negligent mental institutions in Florida.
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