Sarah Whitmire

The Center for Public Integrity

Sarah Whitmire first joined the Center in Summer 2010 as a web intern, and returned in August 2011 as a web producer. She graduated magna cum laude from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in digital journalism, a master’s degree in mass communication, and a minor in sociology. She was the Center's Engagement Editor until December, 2014.

We asked readers if they found political TV ads to be informative, here's some of what they said.

New Center blog will highlight instances of officials refusing to comment to journalists on the record.

While some readers were grateful for our reporting on prison bankers, others were far from sympathetic.

How Reporters Dan Wagner and Eleanor Bell investigated a fee structure that's oppressive for many inmates' families.

A Q&A with Senior Reporter Alison Fitzgerald on her most recent investigation into Sunshine State foreclosures.

Investigations from the first half of 2014

At a glance stats on the Republican Governors Association.

At a glance stats on the Democratic Governors Association.

Explaining risk scores, Medicare Advantage and what alleged overbilling could mean for the Affordable Care Act.

Sixty-three documents that tell the story of a year-long influence campaign.

What super PACs spend money on

A look at some luxurious destinations of super PAC cash.

Meet 10 super PACs that raised big bucks from grassroots donors, not billionaires, in 2013.

Revisit some of the best analysis from former health insurance exec-turned-whistleblower, Wendell Potter.

We compiled our favorites from the year's investigative work.

The Center seeks well-qualified students or recent grads for editorial, computer-assisted reporting and interactive web design internships.

Citizens United president rails against Democrats' criticism of pivotal Supreme Court decision.

Have you heard about super PACs?

Looking at 4 years of H.E.A.T.

Last week's biggest-ever Medicare fraud bust nabbed 107 care providers, but how does this effort stack up?

A look at the posh locations for a few Restore Our Future fundraisers

A few of iWatch News' most surprising findings from 'Poisoned Places' investigation

Arizona town lives in the midst of a copper smelter

Community coated in black mist – until citizens fought back

A bluff collapse dumps hazardous waste from WI power plant into Lake Michigan

Activists' fight against the Keystone XL pipeline leads to two high-profile arrests