The Center for Public Integrity

The Center for Public Integrity

What you need to know about the money behind state-level offices.

Investigations into nuclear proliferation, the war against terror and the conduct of U.S. officials.

How big financial institutions profit off homeowners, investors and consumers.

The Center for Public Integrity's best juvenile justice reporting from 2014.

We spent 2014 combing through legislation, documents and emissions data to investigate how big companies put people at risk.

The Center's best stories about the telecommunications industry from 2014.

$70 billion in "improper" Medicare Advantage payments and the problem shared by 80 percent of nursing homes.

Were you paying attention? Here are some of the major money-in-politics stories the Center helped bring to light in 2014.

Center reporter Dave Levinthal goes one-on-one with the Democrats' former finance chief on C-SPAN2 show.

Americans saw more than 2 million TV ads during Election 2014 — did you find them to be informative?

Center holds its first Silver Symposium to celebrate Charles Lewis

Center celebrating its 25th anniversary with a series of Silver Symposia. The first, in June 2014, honored Charles Lewis's new book.

Carrie Levine — former Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington research director — to investigate money in politics.

"Toxic Clout" investigation into chemical industry wins an award from the Society of Environmental Journalists.

The Newspaper Guild has honored a CPI/ABC investigation of the federal black lung benefits system with the 2014 Heywood Broun Award.

The Center for Public Integrity’s Pulitzer Prize-winning environment and labor team is pleased to announce the hiring of two reporters.

Society of Professional journalists honors Center for making government more transparent.

Center dramatically expanding its reporting on influence of special interests on state governments.

A CPI-ABC News investigation of the flawed federal benefits system for miners with black lung on Tuesday won a Gerald Loeb award.

A 2013 investigation of worker deaths in grain bins has won an Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio Television Digital News Association

The U.S. Department of Labor warned its officials to view with skepticism any X-ray readings by Dr. Paul Wheeler of Johns Hopkins.

Join us in finding problems with Medicare Advantage billing, “risk scores”, or home visits.

Pulitzer Prize-winning news organization begins search for a replacement.

Former U.S. News & World Report editor takes over as executive editor.

'Throwaway Kids' honored with Columbia Journalism School award.

Two appointments focused on enhancing exposure and engagement in our investigative journalism.

A 2013 blast at West Fertilizer that killed 14 "never should have occurred," Chemical Safety Board chairman says.

Join us in finding cases where ruling judges may have had a conflict.

Count the ways why the Center for Public Integrity's political blog should be named best in class.

Two days after the Center is honored with a Pulitzer Prize, it collects three more journalism awards.

Winning investigation exposed the systematic denial of benefits to sufferers of black lung disease by lawyers and doctors.