Awards

2013

Breathless and Burdened: Dying from black lung, buried by law and medicine

Written by Chris Hamby. Editing by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris, interactive graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees. Part of the series produced in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Unit.

  • The Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting, Chris Hamby
  • The Harvard Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting
  • White House Correspondents' Association Edgar A. Poe Award
  • SABEW business editors award, 1st Place Digital Investigative reporting
  • The James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism
  • ​Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE) Finalist
  • SNDE Malofiej Info Graphics Awards, Bronze, Chris Zubak-Skees

Secrecy for Sale: Inside the Global Offshore Money Maze 

  • Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE), Winner, Multiplatform - Large
  • The Harvard Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, Finalist
  • Society of American Business Writers & Editors, Finalist
  • Scripps Howard Foundation Awards, Winner
  • European Press Prize, Short List
  • Investigative Reporters & Editors, Finalist, Print/Online - Large
  • ​One World Media Awards, Long List

After the Meltdown

Written by Alison Fitzgerald, Dan Wagner, Lauren Kyger and John Dunbar. Edited by John Dunbar and Alison Fitzgerald.

  • George Polk Award for business reporting

Throwaway Kids

Written by Susan Ferriss. Edited by Gordon Witkin.

  • Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award
  • Education Writers Association, Investigative Reporting -- medium newsroom, Third Place

Toxic Clout

Written by David Heath, Ronnie Greene, Jim Morris and Chris Hamby. Edited by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris.

  • Scripps Howard Foundation Awards, Finalist

Consider the Source

Written by Paul Abowd, Michael Beckel, Reity O’Brien, Dave Levinthal and Alan Suderman. Edited by John Dunbar.

  • Online News Association Awards, Topical Reporting, Medium, Finalist.

2012

Cracking the Codes

By Fred Schulte, Joe Eaton, David Donald and Gordon Witkin. This report has been recognized by:

  • 2012 Philip Meyer Journalism Award from Investigative Reporters and Editors - First place

Hard Labor

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby and Ronnie Greene

  • White House Correspondents' Association Edgar A. Poe Award
  • Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place for Non-deadline Reporting Online
  • Gerald Loeb Award finalist
  • AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards 1st Place Radio (Chris Hamby black lung report with NPR)
  • IRE Finalist (black lung with NPR)

Skin And Bone: The Shadowy Trade In Human Body Parts

By Gerard Ryle, Kate Willson, Vlad Lavrov, Martina Keller, Thomas Maier, Michael Hudson, Mar Cabra, Kimberley Porteous, David Donald, Alexenia Dimitrova, and Nari Kim. NPR reporters Joseph Shapiro and Sandra Bartlett also contributed. The Report has been recognized by:

  • Society of American Business Editors and Writers "Best in Business"
  • Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place Online Investigative Reporting
  • Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), Finalist, with NPR
  • National Press Club Awards, Honorable Mention
  • The Sidney Hillman Foundation, the August Sidney Award
  • Karpoor Chandra Kulish (KCK) International Award for Excellence in Print Journalism, Winner
  • Data Journalism Awards, short list
  • National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation, Finalist

Mystery in the Fields

By Sasha Chavkin, Anna Barry-Jester and Ronnie Greene

  • Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place Public Service in Online Journalism
  • Society of Environmental Journalists Award, 2nd Place
  • Sidney Hillman Foundation Sidney Award Winner

Juvenile Justice

  • First-place prize in the 2012 National Awards for Education Reporting, in the category of Investigative Reporting in a Medium Newsroom, in partnership with Krissy Clark, KQED and Vanessa Romo, KPCC.
  • Casey Awards for Meritorious Journalism on children and families, Print under 200,000, Runner-up.

2011

Green Energy: Contracts, Connections and the Collapse of Solyndra

By Ronnie Greene, in partnership with ABC News, has been recognized by:

  • Emmy Award Winner
  • Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place Online Investigative Reporting
  • Columbia University John B. Oakes Award Finalist
  • Gerald Loeb Awards Finalist, Online Enterprise Reporting
  • Gerald Loeb Awards Finalist, Broadcast Enterprise Reporting

Juvenile Justice

By Susan Ferriss 

  • Casey Awards for Meritorious Journalism on children and families, Magazine non-daily, Runner-up.

Poisoned Places: Toxic Air, neglected communities

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Elizabeth Lucas and Emma Schwartz, in partnership with NPR and the Investigative News Network has been recognized by:

  • Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place Online Public Service
  • National Association of Science Writers 1st Place, Science Writing
  • Harvard University Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting Finalist
  • Heywood Broun Award of Distinction
  • Investigative Reporters and Editors Finalist
  • Scripps Howard Environmental Reporting Finalist
  • Data Journalism Awards, 2nd Place National/International Reporting
  • Association of Health Care Journalists Award, 2nd Place Health Policy

Fueling Fears & Worker Safety coverage

By Jim Morris and Chris Hamby have been recognized by:

  • Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place Online Non-deadline reporting
  • Thomas Stokes Award for Energy Reporting, National Press Foundation
  • James Aronson Award for social justice journalism, Hunter College, Winner
  • Upton Sinclair memorial award

Great Mortgage Cover-Up

By Michael Hudson has been recognized by:

  • Columbia University Press's Best Business Writing 2012
  • The Society of American Business Editors and Writers, "Best-in-Business" Award
  • New York State Society of CPAs, Excellence in Financial Journalism Award

2010

ROBERT F. KENNEDY CENTER FOR JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Winner, Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for exceptional reporting on human rights and social justice issues

"Seeking Justice in Campus Rapes," NPR and the Center for Public Integrity, Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice. From the Center: Kristen Lombardi and Kristin Jones, reporters; David Donald, data editor; Gordon Witkin, supervising editor; From NPR: Joseph Shapiro, correspondent; Robert Benincasa, computer-assisted reporting; Susanne Reber, editor

SCRIPPS HOWARD FOUNDATION

Finalist, Scripps Howard Foundation National Journalism Awards for business and economics reporting

Betting on Justice: Borrowing to sue, the Center for Public Integrity and New York Times

From the Center: Ben Hallman, reporter; Gordon Witkin, supervising editor; From the New York Times: Binyamin Appelbaum, reporter; Len Apcar, economics editor

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM

Winner, John B. Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism, First Place

Dangers in the Dust: Inside the Global Asbestos Trade

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists: David E. Kaplan, Marina Walker Guevara, Jim Morris, Ana Avila (Mexico), Steve Bradshaw (United Kingdom), Te-Ping Chen (China), Dan Ettinger (U.S.), Carlos Eduardo Huertas (Colombia), Murali Krishnan (India), Shantanu Guha Ray (India), Roman Shleynov (Russia), Marcelo Soares (Brazil), Abhishek Upadhyay (India)

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Winner, Partnership/Collaboration Category, First Place

Dangers in the Dust: Inside the Global Asbestos Trade

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and the BBC International News: Jim Morris, Steve Bradshaw, Ana Avila, Murali Krishnan, Roman Shleynov, Scilla Alecci, Te-Ping Chen, Dan Ettinger, Carlos Eduardo Huertas, Shantanu Guha Ray, Marcelo Soares, Abhishek Upadhyay, David E. Kaplan, Marina Walker Guevara, and Anne Koch

 INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Winner, Tom Renner Award

Looting the Seas:  How Overfishing, Fraud and Negligence Plundered the Majestic Bluefin Tuna

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists: Marina Walker Guevara, Kate Willson, David Donald, Marcos Garcia Rey, Jean-Pierre Canet, Scilla Alecci, Brigitte Alfter, Martin Foster, Fred Laurin, Miranda Patrucic, Traver Riggins, Leo Sisti, Gul Tuysuz, David E. Kaplan, Steve Bradshaw, Bruno Sorrentino, Jenny Richards and Davina Rodrigues

OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB

Winner, Whitman Bassow Award for best reporting in any medium on international environmental issues

Looting the Seas:  How Overfishing, Fraud and Negligence Plundered the Majestic Bluefin Tuna

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists: Marina Walker Guevara, Kate Willson, David Donald, Marcos Garcia Rey, Jean-Pierre Canet, Scilla Alecci, Brigitte Alfter, Martin Foster, Fred Laurin, Miranda Patrucic, Traver Riggins, Leo Sisti, Gul Tuysuz, David E. Kaplan, Steve Bradshaw, Bruno Sorrentino, Jenny Richards and Davina Rodrigues 

OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB

Runner-up for the Winner of the Best Online Investigation of an International Issue or Event

Dangers in the Dust: Inside the Global Asbestos Trade

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists: David E. Kaplan, Marina Walker Guevara, Jim Morris, Ana Avila (Mexico), Steve Bradshaw (United Kingdom), Te-Ping Chen (China), Dan Ettinger (U.S.), Carlos Eduardo Huertas (Colombia), Murali Krishnan (India), Shantanu Guha Ray (India), Roman Shleynov (Russia), Marcelo Soares (Brazil), Abhishek Upadhyay (India) 

RIDENHOUR BOOK PRIZE 

Winner, First Place

“Deadly Spin: An Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans.” Wendell Potter  

DART CENTER FOR JOURNALISM & TRAUMA

Winner, "Seeking Justice in Campus Rapes," NPR and the Center for Public Integrity

From the Center: Kristen Lombardi and Kristin Jones, reporters; David Donald, data editor; Gordon Witkin, supervising editor; From NPR: Joseph Shapiro, correspondent; Robert Benincasa, computer-assisted reporting; Susanne Reber, editor  

ONLINE NEWS ASSOCIATION

Gannett Foundation Award for Innovative Investigative Journalism

Finalist for small site

Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice

Center for Public Integrity: Kristen Lombardi, Kristin Jones, Gordon Witkin, David Donald  

PHILIP MEYER JOURNALISM AWARD

National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting and the Knight Chair in Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University

Winner, Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice, Second Place

Center for Public Integrity: Kristen Lombardi, Kristin Jones, Gordon Witkin, David Donaldnbsp; 

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS

Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent), First Place

Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice, Kristen Lombardi, Kristin Jones, Gordon Witkin, David Donald, The Center for Public Integrity  

ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH CARE JOURNALISTS

Winner, Multimedia Category, First Place

Tobacco Underground: The Booming Global Trade in Smuggled Cigarettes International Consortium of Investigative Journalists — David E. Kaplan, Marina Walker Guevara, Stefan Candea (Romania), Duncan Campbell (United Kingdom), Te-Ping Chen (United States), Gong Jing (China), Alain Lallemand (Belgium), Vlad Lavrov (Ukraine), William Marsden (Canada), Paul Christian Radu (Romania), Roman Shleynov (Russia), Leo Sisti (Italy), Drew Sullivan (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Kate Willson (United States).  

SCRIPPS HOWARD FOUNDATION’S NATIONAL JOURNALISM AWARDS

Finalist, Washington Reporting Category, Raymond Clapper Award

The Murtha Method,” The Center for Public Integrity

2009

THE KNIGHT-BATTEN AWARDS FOR INNOVATIONS IN JOURNALISM
Special Distinction Award for Nonprofit Journalism Awarded to Three Major Center for Public Integrity Projects:
Broken Government
Tobacco Underground
Who’s Behind the Financial Meltdown?

 

 

SOCIETY OF ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISTS

 

Winner, Outstanding Online Reporting, First Place

The Hidden Costs of Clean Coal: Kristen Lombardi, Steven Sunshine, Sarah Laskow, and David Donald

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Winner, Tom Renner Award for detailing global organized crime in tobacco smuggling, First Place

Tobacco Underground: The Booming Global Trade in Smuggled Cigarettes: David E. Kaplan (United States), Marina Walker Guevara (United States), Stefan Candea (Romania), Duncan Campbell (United Kingdom), Te-Ping Chen (United States), Gong Jing (China), Alain Lallemand (Belgium), Vlad Lavrov (Ukraine), William Marsden (Canada), Paul Cristian Radu (Romania), Roman Shleynov (Russia), Leo Sisti (Italy), Drew Sullivan (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Kate Willson (United States), of The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and The Center for Public Integrity

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Winner, Local-Circulation Weeklies: the Center for Public Integrity and Fort Worth Weekly, First Place

Over the Limit: Top Utility TXU and the Dirty Air of Texas: Joaquin Sapien and Ben Welsh

 

OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB OF AMERICA

Winner, Online Journalism Award for Best Web Coverage of International Affairs

Tobacco Underground: The Booming Global Trade in Smuggled Cigarettes: International Consortium of Investigative Journalists — David E. Kaplan, Marina Walker Guevara, Stefan Candea (Romania), Duncan Campbell (United Kingdom), Te-Ping Chen (United States), Gong Jing (China), Alain Lallemand (Belgium), Vlad Lavrov (Ukraine), William Marsden (Canada), Paul Christian Radu (Romania), Roman Shleynov (Russia), Leo Sisti (Italy), Drew Sullivan (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Kate Willson (United States).

 

 

 

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS

Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent), First Place

Perils of the New Pesticides: M.B. Pell, Jim Morris, Jillian Olsen

 

 

 

ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH CARE JOURNALISTS

Winner, Online Category, First Place

Perils of the New Pesticides: M.B. Pell, Jim Morris, Jillian Olsen

 

 

 

SOCIETY OF ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISTS

Winner, Outstanding Online Reporting, First Place

Wasting Away: Superfund’s Toxic Legacy: Alex Knott, Richard Mullins, Joaquin Sapien, Kevin Bogardus, Anupama Narayanswamy, Ben Welsh, Diane Brozek Fancher, Helena Bengtsson, Peter Newbatt Smith, Leah Rush

 

 

 

ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH CARE JOURNALISTS

Winner, Trade/Online Journals/Newsletters Category, First Place

Wasting Away: Superfund’s Toxic Legacy: Alex Knott, Kevin Bogardus, Anupama Narayanswamy, Joaquin Sapien, Helena Bengtsson, Richard Mullins, Ben Welsh, Tom DeCesar, Sarah Laskow, Devin Varsalona

 

 INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS
Winner, IRE Award (Online)
Collateral Damage: Human Rights and U.S. Military Aid after 9/11: Nathaniel Heller, Ben Welsh, Marina Walker Guevara, Tom Stites, Sarah Fort, Patrick Kiger, Michael Bilton, Prangtip Daorueng, Ignacio Gomez, Andreas Harsono, Alain Lallemand, Yossi Melman, Mutegi Njau, Paul Radu, Gerardo Reyes, Leo SistiNATIONAL PRESS FOUNDATION
Winner, Excellence in Online Journalism
The Center for Public Integrity: the Center staff 

 

ONLINE NEWS ASSOCIATION

Finalist, General Excellence (Small Sites); Investigative Journalism (Small)

The Center for Public Integrity and Collateral Damage: Human Rights and U.S. Military Aid after 9/11: the Center staff

 

 

 

SOCIETY OF ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISTS

Winner, Outstanding Online Reporting Category, First Place

Takings Initiatives Accountability Project: Bill Hogan, Robert Brodsky, Lisa Fetta, Gail Gibson, Josh Israel, Jim Morris

 

 

 

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS

 

Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Non-Deadline Reporting (Independent)
Wasting Away: Superfund’s Toxic Legacy: the Center staffWinner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Investigative Reporting (Independent)
States of Disclosure: Tracking the private interests of public officials: the Center staff 

 

THE JOAN SHORENSTEIN CENTER ON THE PRESS, POLITICS AND PUBLIC POLICY

Honored with Special Citation for the Body of Its Investigative Work

The Center for Public Integrity: the Center staff

 

ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH CARE JOURNALISTS

Winner, Trade/Online Journals/Newsletters Category, First Place

Divine Intervention: U.S. AIDS Policy Abroad: Wendell Rawls, Marina Walker Guevara, Sarah Fort, M. Asif Ismail, Sheetal Doshi

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Finalist, IRE Award (Online)

Power Trips: Jim Morris, Helena Bengtsson, Daniel Lathrop, Robert Brodsky, Marina Walker Guevara, Alex Knott, Anupama Narayanswamy, Kevin Bogardus

 

 

 

ONLINE NEWS ASSOCIATION AND THE USC ANNENBERG SCHOOL FOR COMMUNICATION

 

Winner, Online Journalism Award for General Excellence in Online Journalism (Small Sites)
The Center for Public Integrity: the Center staffFinalist, Online Journalism Award for Investigative Journalism (Small Sites)
Power Trips: the Center staff 

 

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS

Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Online Non-Deadline Reporting (independent), First Place

Divine Intervention: U.S. AIDS Policy Abroad: Wendell Rawls, Marina Walker Guevara, Sarah Fort, M. Asif Ismail, Sheetal Doshi

 

CAPITOLBEAT: ASSOCIATION OF CAPITOL REPORTERS AND EDITORS
Winner, In-depth Reporting Online
Pushing Prescriptions in the States and Well Connected in the States: the Center staff 

 

RADIO-TELEVISION NEWS DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION

Winner, Edward R. Murrow Award for Website (Non-Broadcast Affiliated, Small Market)

The Center for Public Integrity: the Center staff

 

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS
Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent)
Well Connected in the States: John Dunbar, Leah Rush SOCIETY OF ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISTS
Winner, Outstanding Online Reporting
The Politics of Oil: Bob Williams, Kevin Bogardus, Daniel Lathrop, Alexander Cohen, Aron Pilhofer 

 

ONLINE NEWS ASSOCIATION AND THE USC ANNENBERG SCHOOL FOR COMMUNICATION

 

Finalist, Online Journalism Award Enterprise (Small Sites)
Outsourcing the Pentagon: the Center staffFinalist, Online Journalism Award for General Excellence (Small Sites)
The Center for Public Integrity, the Center staff 

 

CAPITOLBEAT: ASSOCIATION OF CAPITOL REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Winner, In-depth Reporting Online

“Personal Politics,” Leah Rush, Susan Schaab, Daniel Lathrop, David Dagan

SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

Second Place, Project Censored Award for Top 25 Censored News Stories

Justice Department Drafts Sweeping Expansion of Terrorism Act,” Charles Lewis, Adam Mayle

 

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS

 

Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent)
“Personal Politics,” the Center staffWinner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Investigative Reporting Online (Independent)
The Politics of Oil, Bob Williams, Kevin Bogardus, Aron Pilhofer, Alex Cohen

PEN USA

First Amendment Award

Charles Lewis

 

LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY
Winner, George Polk Award for Internet Reporting
Windfalls of War: Maud S. Beelman, André Verlöy, Bill Allison, Teo Furtado, Kevin Baron, Neil Gordon, Laura Peterson, Daniel Politi, Bob Williams, Brooke Williams, Aron Pilhofer, Han Nguyen 

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

 

Winner, Online Certificate
Outsourcing the Pentagon: Larry Makinson, Elizabeth Brown, Dan Guttman, M. Asif Ismail, Alex KnottFinalist, Online
The Politics of Oil: Bob Williams, Kevin Bogardus, Laura Peterson, Paul Radu, Daniel Lathrop, Teo Furtado, Aron Pilhofer 

 

ONLINE NEWS ASSOCIATION AND USC ANNENBERG SCHOOL FOR COMMUNICATION

 

Winner, Online Journalism Award for Enterprise (Small Sites)
Silent Partners: the Center staffFinalist, Online Journalism Award for General Excellence (Small Sites)
The Center for Public Integrity: the Center staff 

 

CAPITOLBEAT: ASSOCIATION OF CAPITAL REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Winner, In-depth Reporting Online

Silent Partners: Derek Willis, Aron Pilhofer

 

 

 

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS

Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent)

Silent Partners: Derek Willis, Aron Pilhofer

 

 CAPITOLBEAT: ASSOCIATION OF CAPITOL REPORTERS AND EDITORS
Winner, In-depth Reporting Online
State Secrets,” MaryJo Sylwester, Leah Rush, John Dunbar, Robert Moore 

 

ONLINE NEWS ASSOCIATION AND THE USC ANNENBERG SCHOOL FOR COMMUNICATION

 

Winner, Online Journalism Award for Enterprise Journalism (Independent)
Well Connected; John Dunbar, Bob Williams, Morgan Jindrich, Bill Allison, Teo Furtado  SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS

 

Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent)
State Secrets,” MaryJo Sylwester, Leah Rush, John Dunbar, Robert MooreWinner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Investigative Reporting Online (Independent)
Making a Killing: The Business of War: the Center staff, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS AND EDITORS

 

Winner, Online Certificate
The Water Barons: William Marsden, Maud Beelman, Bill Allison, Erika Hobbs, Daniel Politi, Aron Pilhofer, André Verlöy, Laura Peterson, Samiya EdwardsFinalist, Online
Well Connected: John Dunbar, Bob Williams, Morgan Jindrich, Scott Singleton 

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Finalist, Online

Enron’s Big Political Donors,” John Dunbar, Robert Moore, MaryJo Sylwester

 

 SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS
Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent)
Watchdogs on Short Leashes: Kenneth Vogel, Leah Rush 

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Finalist, Online

Tobacco Companies Linked to Criminal Organizations in Lucrative Cigarette Smuggling,” International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Maud S. Beelman, Bill Birmbauer, Duncan Campbell, William Marsden, Erik Schelzig, Leo Sisti

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

 

Winner, Online Certificate
Our Private Legislatures — Public Service, Personal Gain: Diane Renzulli, Meleah Rush, John Dunbar, Alex Knott, Robert Moore, Ken VogelFinalist, Books
The Buying of the President 2000: Charles Lewis, the Center staffFinalist, Online
“Money, Influence and Integrity in the 2000 Election Year,” the Center staff

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

 

Winner, Books Certificate
Animal Underworld: Inside America’s Black Market for Rare and Exotic Species: Alan Green, the Center staffFinalist, Online
U.S. Support for Tobacco Overseas: Going Out of Business?“ Maud S. Beelman, Zoë DavidsonINVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS
Finalist, Books
The Buying of the Congress: How Special Interests Have Stolen Your Right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness: Charles Lewis, the Center staff 

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Finalist, Books

Toxic Deception: How the Chemical Industry Manipulates Science, Bends the Law, and Endangers Your Health: Dan Fagin, Marianne Lavelle, the Center staff

 

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS
Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Newsletter Journalism
Fat Cat Hotel,” Margaret Ebrahim 

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS

Finalist, Books

The Buying of the President: Charles Lewis, the Center staff