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Probe Reveals Unpublicized Accidents at Nuclear Facilities

A series of investigative reports by the Center for Public Integrity reveals a number of unpublicized accidents at U.S. nuclear weapons facilitites, including avoidable radiation exposures. Read More

"Super Polluters"

Center for Public Integrity
Related Grantees: Center for Public Integrity, Sierra Club
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New Search Tool Traces Sources of ‘Dark Money’

An online tool by the MacArthur-supported Center for Public Integrity is designed to shed light on the flow of “dark money” through nonprofits into political campaigns. Read More
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MacArthur Expands its Commitment to Journalism and Media

Expanded journalism and media grantmaking that will support professional nonprofit reporting, nonfiction multimedia storytelling, and civic media that enables new ways for people to express and organize themselves for social change. Read More
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Panama Papers Investigation Began with Investigative Journalism Consortium

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, along with the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung, and more than 100 other media partners, spent a year sifting through 11.5 million leaked files. Read More
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Non-Candidate Spending On the Rise In State Elections

Non-candidate spending has increased in state elections since 2010, in part because of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, according to “Who’s Calling the Shots in State Politics?” Read More

"Why I Left 60 Minutes"

Politico Magazine
Related Grantee: Center for Public Integrity
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Japan Could Be Building an Irresistible Terrorist Target, Experts Say

Japan is building one of the world's newest, largest, and most controversial nuclear fuel production plants that some experts warn might create a stockpile of plutonium that could be targeted by terrorists. Read More
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Investigation Tracks Down Wall Street Players Who Sparked Financial Crisis

A three-part investigative series on the 2008 financial meltdown revisits the subprime lenders, Wall Street banks, and government regulators most responsible for the crash. Read More
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How a Huge U.S. Nonproliferation Program Became a Major Proliferation Concern

An ambitious federal project to convert weapons-grade plutonium into commercial nuclear reactor fuel is one of the most troubled, technically complex, costly, and controversial efforts to secure nuclear material, according to the first in a series ... Read More
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Contributing to a Stronger American Democracy: President’s Essay

In his annual essay, MacArthur President Robert Gallucci focuses on what MacArthur is doing to help strengthen American democracy. Read More

Associated Press to Distribute Investigative News Produced by MacArthur Grantees

The Center for Public Integrity and ProPublica — two MacArthur grantees devoted to investigative journalism — will have their work distributed by the Associated Press to 1,500 American newspapers beginning this month. This new partnership is expected ... Read More