Jared Bennett

Digital Editor  The Center for Public Integrity

Jared Bennett is the Center's digital editor. He worked as a digital producer at WBUR, in Boston, before joining the Center's digital team in the Summer of 2014. Jared graduated with a master's degree in multimedia journalism from Emerson College in 2014 and a bachelor's degree in English literature from SUNY Geneseo in 2011.

The SEC levied fines and a one-year ban on credit rating titan S&P but did not address key issues identified in a Center report.

Here are 12 stories that illuminate the ways 'Citizens United' has changed the political landscape.

Twelve documents that stand out from the Center's new archive

Neighborhoods devastated by thousands of abandoned homes as banks fail to follow through on foreclosures.

Investigations from the first half of 2014

Republicans say the financial reform law creates a bailout fund. Democrats says the 4-year-old law makes banks safer.

A Q & A with reporter Nicholas Kusnetz about the oil and gas industries growing influence in North Dakota.

On the fourth anniversary of the passage of landmark financial reform law, opponents still trying to kill it.

The numbers behind the IRS nonprofit breakdown

The history of the IRS nonprofits division

Super PAC mentions over four years

Search arsenic readings from 45,000 wells throughout the U.S.