Andrea Fuller

Data reporter  The Center for Public Integrity

Andrea Fuller joined the Center for Public Integrity in September 2012 as a data reporter. She previously worked at The Chronicle of Higher Education in a similar role. There, she oversaw the publication’s award-winning analysis of presidential pay at non-profit colleges. She also worked on stories and interactive graphics about a number of other higher-education issues, including student debt, conflicts of interest, and fraud. Andrea previously interned for The Chronicle, The New York Times, The Hill, and The Asheville-Citizen-Times. She is a graduate of Stanford University.

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Corporations and conservative foundations are top sponsors of judicial junkets.

Supreme Court decision a boon for media outlets, political pros, investigation shows.

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Many of the same super-rich Republican donors that financed super PACs were active at the state level.

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Hedge fund managers, other investors top donors by industry to super PACs.

A Christian college in Colorado says a $5,000 donation to a super PAC was a bookkeeping error, asks for it back.