investigative journalism

October 20, 2022

Opinion: 5 Years Later, Ronan Farrow’s Weinstein Reporting Still Fuels #MeToo Movement

Farrow’s intimate insight into the abuse of power in Hollywood and the methods in which he cultivated his sources indicate his credibility and provide journalistic value to victims of sexual assault and for the greater movement. 

May 5, 2022

Incarcerated Man Sues Pennsylvania Prison Over Safety Issues

A man incarcerated in a Pennsylvania Department of Corrections' facility sues the prison over inadequate medical care.

December 9, 2021

This AP Investigation Freed 2,000 Burmese Slaves, Doing More in 3,600 Words Than Most Will in a Lifetime

(NEW YORK) — Where anonymity and covert reporting can often be fraught with incredibility, sensationalism, and in some cases, danger […]

Images laid out on a website, surrounding by words. One picture shows a woman at a table looking over a document. Another picture shows a man sitting in a chair on a porch. A third picture shows a hand holding a paper.

October 27, 2021

When Investigative Health Journalism is Advocacy, the Little Guy Wins

Acting as a counterweight for money and politics distinguishes between “good guys” and “bad guys,” and when UVA did not immediately resolve the problems that Hancock and Lucas pointed out in their original investigation, the journalists reacted through additional reporting.

December 19, 2019

An Investigative Reporter Goes Undercover to Expose the Dark Side of Money and Power

When the BBC host suggested that the hostesses might have been able to “expect what they were getting,” Marriage clarified that she was warned the men might be “annoying,” but the reality was that a number of other hostesses were groped — from hands on hips, to hands up skirts. A woman was asked if she was a prostitute, another ordered to take off her underwear and dance on a table. A third told Marriage that one of the men exposed himself to her. Some were propositioned.