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"… Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice” — done in collaboration with NPR  — showed that campus judicial proceedings regarding allegations of …"

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"… atow, Host of Public Radio’s Science Friday; Bill Siemering, Founder of NPR’s All Things Considered; Charles Lewis, Founder, Center for Public Inte …"

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"… sp;  …"

"… adio category. In online and radio stories, the Center’s Jim Morris and NPR’s Howard Berkes focused on a 2010 accident in Mt. Carroll, Ill., in whic …"

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"… ers Vulnerable”      …"

"… ories — produced online by Center reporter Chris Hamby, and for radio by NPR’s Howard Berkes, Andrea de Leon and Sandra Bartlett — detailed how a d …"

"… e award each year to “distinguished reporting for a general audience.” NPR and the Center won in the radio category. The Center’s story was part of …"

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"… of a 2011 series, Poisoned Places, by the Center for Public Integrity and NPR. In March, a federal jury confirmed the community’s long-standing fears …"

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"… llegations.   In 2009 and 2010, the Center – in collaboration with NPR – did a series of investigative pieces entitled “Sexual Assault on Cam …"

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"… two major investigations next week that you can read here and will hear on NPR as well as other partners. On Sunday, we are partnering with NPR and  …"

"… hear on NPR as well as other partners. On Sunday, we are partnering with NPR and The Kansas City Star to look into the “drowning” deaths …"

"… at story Sunday here on our website on and in the Sunday Kansas City Star. NPR’s All Things Considered airs the grain story on Tuesday and yo …"

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"…  The Press of Atlantic City, Media Matters and Philadelphia NPR affiliate WHYY, among others. You can follow him on Twitter, and  …"

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"… ght as part of a 2011 investigation by The Center for Public Integrity and NPR. The inspector general is exploring “potential improvements in the prot …"

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"… , 'Separated by Law': Families torn apart by 1996 immigration law' on NPR's 'Talk of the Nation' Tuesday at 3 p.m.  The story, reported i …"

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"…  The Press of Atlantic City, Media Matters and Philadelphia NPR affiliate WHYY, among others. You can follow him on Twitter, and  …"

OPINION: Proper photo ID

By Rob Tornoe

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"…  The Press of Atlantic City, Media Matters and Philadelphia NPR affiliate WHYY, among others. You can follow him on Twitter, and  …"

OPINION: Giving tanks

By Rob Tornoe

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"…  The Press of Atlantic City, Media Matters and Philadelphia NPR affiliate WHYY, among others. You can follow him on Twitter, and  …"

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"… ppropriations objected, saying in a statement, “Recent reporting by NPR and the Center for Public Integrity has highlighted the need for more effe …"

"… there has been a resurgence of the disease among coal miners.”The Center-NPR investigation found that, after decades of decline, black lung is making a …"

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"… n into the resurgence of black lung by the Center for Public Integrity and NPR, according to an internal Labor Department communication.The effort, invol …"

"… dust standards, the communication says.The investigation by the Center and NPR documented a recent increase in cases of deadly coal workers’ pneumoconi …"

"… eds to be done. We’re carefully reviewing the issues that were raised by NPR and CPI, and are committed to taking whatever actions are necessary to end …"

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"… few are blameless, an investigation by the Center for Public Integrity and NPR has found. The system for monitoring dust levels is tailor-made for cheati …"

"… g to our health,” he said. Donald’s experience echoed what Center and NPR reporters heard from retired miners throughout West Virginia, Kentucky and …"

"… etween 1980 and 2002, according to data provided by MSHA to the Center and NPR. The agency said it had no records of criminal convictions or guilty plea …"

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"… nter for Investigative Reporting.  …"

"… It is a distinct honor for the Center for Public Integrity and our partner NPR to be a finalist for a Goldsmith Prize, one of the top journalism awards i …"

"… , lead reporter; data analysts Elizabeth Lucas (CPI) and Robert Benincasa (NPR); reporters Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Kristen Lombardi, Corbin Hiar (CPI …"

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"… understate the extent of pollution, as the Center for Public Integrity and NPR reported in the Poisoned Places series, an investigation of lax Clean Air …"

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"… isoned Places investigation, please check it out. Developed by our partner NPR, the graphic shows 17,000 facilities that have emitted and continue to emi …"

"… at the local level are doing their own stories based on this information. NPR reported this morning that the EPA has cracked down on a polluting copper …"

"… last week. Attendees got an inside look at the Center’s partnership with NPR on Poisoned Places, heard about new models to sustain investigative report …"

About this project

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"… tizens by their government. The work expanded to include reporters at NPR, who with their Center counterparts fanned out to communities in 10 states …"

"… rter: Jim MorrisData analysts: Elizabeth Lucas (CPI) and Robert Benincasa (NPR)Reporting team: Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Kristen Lombardi, Corbin Hiar …"

"… , Corbin Hiar (CPI), Howard Berkes, Sandra Bartlett and Elizabeth Shogren (NPR)Images and video: Emma Schwartz (CPI), John Poole and David Gilkey (NPR)We …"

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"… alism and management experience as former senior vice president of news at NPR. There Weiss managed 36 bureaus, more than 400 U.S. and international staf …"

"… fers and a $75 million budget. Under Weiss’ leadership, the audience for NPR.org grew from four million unique monthly visitors in 2006 to 12 million i …"

"… During that timeframe she also oversaw a 10 percent growth in audience for NPR’s news programs to more than 27 million weekly listeners.Weiss also crea …"

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"… It won an SPJ award last year.   …"

"… ce for Campus Rapes.”   The Center’s 12-month investigation with NPR showed that students who have been the victim of sexual assaults on campus …"

"… ic Integrity is delighted to have collaborated with an excellent team from NPR in exposing a deeply troubling fact of life on too many campuses across th …"

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"… ing for months.Back in February 2010, the Center — in collaboration with NPR — reported that the OCR rarely investigates complaints like th …"

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"… ce with federal law.  …"

"… c Integrity collaboration with NPR was recognized with a Peabody award for NPR today for the series, “Seeking Justice for Campus Rapes.” The Center w …"

"… ject and provided many of the interview contacts, as well as the data, for NPR’s coverage of this important issue.“NPR is highly deserving of this ho …"

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"… olving media landscape.”Matt Thompson is an editorial product manager at NPR, where he works with NPR member stations on the development of multiple lo …"

"… Matt Thompson is an editorial product manager at NPR, where he works with NPR member stations on the development of multiple local websites. He is also …"

"… on the organization’s National Advisory Board in 2010. Before coming to NPR, Thompson served as an interim online community manager for the Knight Fou …"