"… e face of a series of investigative stories I wrote last year while at the Center for Public Integrity; the series logo featured an image of him holding his hardhat with tubes f …"
"… ss maybe I helped some people?” Chris Hamby, a former reporter with the Center for Public Integrity, now works for BuzzFeed. …"
"… world’s “worst-kept secrets” dates from a political deal between the United States and Israel in the late 1960s. Its consequence has been to help Israel main …"
"… pons, a widespread consensus exists in the region and among experts in the United States that Israel possesses a number of nuclear weapons. For Israel’s neighbor …"
"… ould not test its nuclear weapons or announce it possessed them, while the United States wouldn’t press Israel to give them up or to sign the Non-Proliferation T …"
"… ma’s top advisor on nuclear nonproliferation from 2009 to 2013, said the United States has long preferred that Israel hold to its policy of amimut, out of concer …"
"… to a little-known challenger. Scott Brown, the former senator from Massachusetts who lost his seat in 2012, is expected to win the New Hampshire's GOP prim …"
"… n wildly different. It’s massive departure from 2012 re-election bid in Massachusetts, as then, Brown cast himself as a novel kind of campaign finance reformer. …"
"… award were Chris Hamby and Ronnie Greene, formerly of the Center; CPI’s Jim Morris and Chris Zubak-Skees; and ABC’s Brian Ross and Matthew Mosk. The inves …"
"… r later. Thomas Scully, who helped get the program running under President George W. Bush, said rates were generous in hopes of enticing insurers to expand their Me …"
"… dvanced International Studies in Bologna, and the Institute of Politics at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government. “My passion while working in newspapers …"
"… he joins the Center's growing digital team. Founded in 1989 by journalist Charles Lewis, the Center for Public Integrity is one of the country's oldest …"
"… s won the prestigious Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting given by Harvard University and other recognition. It is also a finalist for other honors. Until next …"
"… er PAC Priorities USA Action — made small contributions to the Oakland (Calif.) School for the Arts and the Pasadena (Calif.) Waldorf School. Te …"
"… outh Korea and elsewhere. Matt Bunn, a former White House official now at Harvard University, said it’s unrealistic to believe that a terror attack in Japan is impro …"
"… ;The Weather Channel have examined what Texas, the nation’s biggest oil producer, has done to protect people in the Eagle Ford from the industry’s pollut …"
"… because they get a cut of research dollars, said Paul Thacker, a fellow at Harvard University and a former investigator for Grassley specializing in conflicts of intere …"
"… ow the recliner,” Nyoka said. “It’s not enough.” Editor’s note: Brian Ross and Matthew Mosk work for ABC News. Retired judge Edward Miller’s daught …"
"… ear, and some reaped substantial benefits when a private equity giant, the Carlyle Group — known for its investments in the defense industry — bought …"
"… In El Salvador, the congress approved a ban earlier this month on 53 agrochemicals. If the law is signed by Salvadorean president Mauricio Funes, the country …"
"… -------- The most sweeping measure contemplated so far: The ban on 53 agrochemicals approved on September 5 by El Salvador’s Legislative Assembly, including …"
"… 2-4,D, produced by Dow chemicals. The proposed law would prohibit various chemicals that have long been banned in most of the world, but also includes widely …"
"… , 2-4,D, paraquat and endosulfan. Salvadorean health officials believe agrochemicals containing toxic heavy metals are the primary cause of the disease. The m …"
"… Sept. 15, Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. filed for Chapter 11, the largest bankruptcy in the nation’s history. The move set off a series of dramatic act …"
"… ff a series of dramatic actions in Washington, D.C., and on Wall Street as bankers and regulators sought to avoid a shutdown of the global economy. To mar …"
"… t consumers and sluggish business investment. Many of the top Wall Street bankers who were largely responsible for the disaster — and whose companies e …"
"… ee time between mansions and golf, skiing and tennis. Meantime, the major banks that survived the crisis, largely because they were saved with taxpayer m …"
"… ill require decades of costly rehabilitation, according to a 2012 Military Medicine report that analyzed the medical costs of war through 2035. More than half …"
"… ity Survey data. They are expected to live 50 more years, the Institute of Medicine reports. About 25 percent of post-9/11 veterans suffer from post-traumati …"
"… g, Dr. Joseph Rosen and Ryan Edwards, an economist, in their 2012 Military Medicine report. “And those are the costs that we’re trying to reduce by givin …"
"… d under the Affordable Care Act, the signature health reform effort of the Obama administration. Several of the canceled projects were included in the agency’s 2 …"
"… over the past year alleging wrongdoing — a number expected to rise. The Obama administration has often touted its record for cracking down on health care fraud, pointi …"
"… adelphia Inquirer and Palm Beach Post in Florida. Alison is a graduate of Georgetown University and earned a master’s degree from Northwestern University. Given her flu …"
"… ugh an arrangement with Harvard University, facilitated by Lessig. …"
"… e Center for Public Integrity receives funding through an arrangement with Harvard University, facilitated by Lessig. …"
"… he Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, a public policy center based at Harvard University. “It’s hard for legislators to even get a hand on legislation.” &nbs …"
"… fraud expert and professor at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, said: “If there are changes [in billing] over time costing the public b …"
"… ve President Barack Obama’s name from the general election ballot unless Hawaii sent him the president’s birth certificate.Bennett has since received it …"
"… ut I don’t see it as a substitute as making polling places accessible.”Voter turnout among disabled people is a clear reflection of that, according to a Rutger …"
"… independent reporting in our nation and in the world,” said site creator Charles Lewis.Lewis has long championed upholding truth to power. He was an investigativ …"
"… PCBs and ADHD-related behavior,” the scientists from Boston University, Harvard University and two other institutions wrote in the study, which was published in late …"
"… threat — and how little it has done to address it.The team consisted of Jim Morris, lead reporter; data analysts Elizabeth Lucas (CPI) and Robert Benincasa ( …"
"… have no apparent benefit for their families or the economy as a whole,’ Harvard University law professor Elizabeth Warren told Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner du …"
"… too inks. "I don't have any clients that ask me that," said tattoo artist Jorell Elie of The Honorable Society in West Hollywood, Calif. "I don't really tattoo …"
"… lists from the U.S. and abroad who will take a sabbatical year of study at Harvard University.The fellowship is funded by the Neiman Foundation for Journalism. Kristen …"