The Center for Public Integrity's response to ABC News

By Bill Buzenberg

Setting the record straight over credit on the Pulitzer for investigative reporting.

Excerpts from this story referencing "West Virginia":

"… d in any of the print stories. You mention ABC “sending a producer into West Virginia medical exams undercover.” This occurred two months after Chris had atte …"

"… e is Dr. John E. Parker, a former government official who now works at the West Virginia University hospital. Chris obtained permission from retired miner Steve Da …"

Exposing tragic myths of the world's 'greatest' health care system

By Wendell Potter

Commentary: world's 'best' health care system is failing many right here.

Comcast Foundation's giving to minority groups likely to aid approval of Time Warner buyout

By Jason McLure

Support of minority groups key to cable deal's approval, Comcast foundation has dealt out millions.

Excerpts from this story referencing "MSNBC":

"… group is concerned about the near-absence of Hispanic anchors on MSNBC or Hispanic actors on NBC staples such as “Saturday Night Live …"

Elizabeth Warren, nonprofit seek green together

By Michael Beckel

Elizabeth Warren to headline environmental group's fundraiser after it spent big to elect her.

Fox News host Sean Hannity bankrolls Republicans despite assertion he's not one

By Michael Beckel

Fox News host's political giving benefits Republicans despite assertion he's not one.

Writer to discuss ATF story on 'Washington Journal'

By The Center for Public Integrity

Alan Berlow will appear on 'Washington Journal' to discuss his recent story about the ATF

Excerpts from this story referencing "ATF":

"… e Center for Public Integrity, Current gun debate may not help beleaguered ATF. In his article, Berlow reports on how Congressional restrictions and the …"

Reporter talks to NPR about immigration laws

By The Center for Public Integrity

Center's Susan Ferriss discusses 'Separated by Law' on 'Talk of the Nation'

Video: Talking super PACs with PBS NewsHour

By John Dunbar

The Center for Public Integrity's John Dunbar discusses the impact of super PACS on the 2012 election.

Nonprofit profile: Club for Growth Inc.

By Rachael Marcus

Quick stats on the nonprofit group, supporting conservatives

Excerpts from this story referencing "Virginia":

"… re preservation company in Wisconsin, and Freedom Alliance, a nonprofit in Virginia that focuses on military service and veterans. Pike was chief of staff in …"

"… ps in South Carolina, Kentucky, Wisconsin and Missouri. Groups in Arizona, Virginia, Kansas and California have disbanded, according to a spokesman. …"

"… quity investor, Jerry Hayden, former president of Peacock Engineering, and Virginia James, a New Jersey-based investor, are all part of the “million-dollar …"

Los Angeles students protest school police citations that hit blacks, Latinos

By Susan Ferriss

Los Angeles schools have the largest school police force in the nation, with officers issuing thosands of tickets every year to students.

'Honor and privilege' to work with Mike Wallace

By Charles Lewis

The Center's founder Charles Lewis on the life of a legendary U.S. broadcast journalist.

Public radio and iWatch News report on daytime curfew in Los Angeles

By Susan Ferriss

Public Integrity and California Report collaborate on reports about Los Angeles daytime curfew controversy

Susan Ferriss discusses youth in prison with KQED

KQED interview

Center's Ronnie Greene Discusses Solyndra with CNN

Reporter Ronnie Greene interviewed for a CNN segment on failed solar company Solyndra

Lombardi talks military schools on MSNBC

Discusses decrepit military school buildings

The millionaire's media megaphone

By Alicia C. Shepard

Rich people live lives that most everyone else can only imagine. They can buy the nicest cars, drink the finest wines, afford the best docto

Denying global warming with John Stossel

By Lisa Chiu

ABC News reporter John Stossel doesn’t fear global warming, and he’s working to make sure you don’t, either....

Starr Struck: Part three

By Florence George Graves

BOSTON, April 1, 1998 — While the tradition of resisting subpoenas was already established in print journalism, it didn't start to develop i

Excerpts from this story referencing "The New York Times":

"… ies and when he was named independent counsel (“safe and nonpartisan,” The New York Times opined).But now, more than a decade after those decisions upholding the Fi …"