Corbin Hiar

The Center for Public Integrity

Before joining the Center for Public Integrity, Corbin worked as the D.C. bureau news editor at The Huffington Post and as a reporting editor at PBS MediaShift. He has written for Mother Jones, The New Republic, The Economist, The Nation, and UN Dispatch among other publications. A proud native of Minnesota, Corbin graduated from Bowdoin College with a coordinate major in international relations and environmental studies. As an undergrad, he was a manager at a Maine community radio station. Hiar left the Center in 2012.

Colombia vows to clean up coltan mining

By Corbin Hiar

Fukushima disaster anniversary finds U.S. nuclear regulation debate still raging

By Corbin Hiar

Romney campaign directs more than $1.7 million to state officials

By Corbin Hiar

Lawrence Lessig on campaign finance reform: Overturning ‘Citizens United’ isn't enough

By Corbin Hiar

Lure of lobbying still strong for House staffers

By Corbin Hiar

FCC sends wireless broadband firm LightSquared back to square one

By Corbin Hiar and Fred Schulte

Media execs, companies gave more than $350,000 to conservative super PACs

By Corbin Hiar

TransCanada, developer of controversial pipeline, boosts lobbying spending

By Corbin Hiar

Four reasons GOP lawmakers aren't backing Gingrich

By Corbin Hiar

Anniversary of 'Citizens United' decision draws protesters

By Corbin Hiar

Could SOPA and PIPA interfere with State Dept.’s global Internet freedom agenda?

By Corbin Hiar

Keystone XL pipeline rejection a setback for Canadian tar sands development

By Corbin Hiar

Romney's small tax bill could be a big problem

By Corbin Hiar

Six things you didn’t know about Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker

By Corbin Hiar

EPA's Toxics Release Inventory doesn't offer full picture of pollution

By Corbin Hiar

Record-setting $736,000 paid for bluefin tuna poor indicator of scarcity

By Corbin Hiar

New consumer finance watchdog vows to regulate predatory lenders

By Corbin Hiar

Q&A: Former Bush official touts ‘market-based’ air toxics regulation

By Corbin Hiar

EPA releases long-awaited power plant air toxics rule

By Corbin Hiar

Mercury falling: Groundbreaking power plant emissions rule imminent

By Corbin Hiar

Environmental injustice: EPA neglects discrimination claims from polluted communities

By Corbin Hiar

Congressional perks: Lawmakers’ most surprising benefits

By Corbin Hiar

Limits on mercury and soot could save billions, improve public health, studies say

By Corbin Hiar

IMPACT: EPA posts secret 'watch list' that includes chronic polluters

By Corbin Hiar

5 questions for William Ruckelshaus

By Corbin Hiar

Why Americans still breathe known hazards decades after ‘clean air’ law

By Jim Morris and Corbin Hiar

Fast and Furious hearing: Holder defends Assistant Attorney General Breuer

By Corbin Hiar

TransCanada lobbying: Company ramps up pressure on lawmakers

By Corbin Hiar

House committee votes to subpoena White House over Solyndra loan

By Corbin Hiar, Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk

GOP to subpoena White House over Solyndra

By Corbin Hiar

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