Fred Schulte

Senior Reporter  The Center for Public Integrity

Schulte is a four-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, most recently in 2007 for a series on Baltimore’s arcane ground rent system. Schulte’s other Pulitzer-nominated projects exposed excessive heart surgery death rates in veterans’ hospitals, substandard care by health insurance plans treating low-income people and the hidden dangers of cosmetic surgery in medical offices. He spent much of his career at the Baltimore Sun and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Schulte has received the George Polk Award, two Investigative Reporters and Editors awards, three Gerald Loeb Awards for business writing and two Worth Bingham Prizes for investigative reporting. The University of Virginia graduate is also the author of Fleeced!, an exposé of telemarketing scams.

Unlike president, GOP candidates won't release names of top fundraisers

By Aaron Mehta and Fred Schulte

Half of GOP’s biggest bundlers still haven’t picked a presidential candidate to back

By Fred Schulte and Peter H. Stone

Grassley puts hold on FCC nominees in tiff over LightSquared

By Fred Schulte

Senator asks LightSquared to release all communications with White House

By Fred Schulte

House Republicans scrutinizing decisions benefiting Obama donors

By Fred Schulte

Administration technology experts slow to see threats from wireless network

By Fred Schulte

GOP demands investigation into LightSquared contacts with White House

By Fred Schulte

Emails show wireless firm's communications with White House as campaign donations were made

By Fred Schulte and John Aloysius Farrell

Judge orders Obama administration to release all White House visitor names

By Fred Schulte

Failed DCCC head Van Hollen will take liberal line in SuperCongress

By Fred Schulte, Aaron Mehta and Josh Israel

Big payday for U.S. ambassador with stake in go-go wireless Internet firm

By John Aloysius Farrell and Fred Schulte

Politically-connected LightSquared pushes wireless Internet plan despite GPS concerns

By John Aloysius Farrell and Fred Schulte

Obama names another bundler to be ambassador to Luxembourg

By Fred Schulte

Obama rewards big bundlers with jobs, commissions, stimulus money, government contracts, and more

IMPACT: House GOP criticizes White House visitor logs

By Fred Schulte

White House acknowledges visitor logs are incomplete

By Fred Schulte

White House visitor logs riddled with holes

By Fred Schulte and Viveca Novak

Witness says he rigged bids in property tax lien auctions in Maryland

By Fred Schulte and Scott Calvert

Wall Street quietly creates a new way to profit from homeowner distress

By Fred Schulte

Wall Street quietly creates a new way to profit from homeowner distress

By Fred Schulte

FDA, Obama digital medical records team at odds over safety oversight

By Fred Schulte and Emma Schwartz

Follow-up: Baltimore lawmakers seek overhaul of tax lien sale

By Fred Schulte, Lagan Sebert and Ben Protess

The other foreclosure menace

By Fred Schulte, Ben Protess and Lagan Sebert

Amid digital records surge, a lack of policing by the FDA

By Emma Schwartz and Fred Schulte

As doctors shift to electronic health systems, signs of harm emerge

By Fred Schulte and Emma Schwartz

Effort to track medical safety issues faces long road ahead

By Fred Schulte and Emma Schwartz

FDA asks hospitals to report safety glitches in digital health systems

By Fred Schulte and Emma Schwartz

Stimulus to push electronic health records could widen 'digital divide'

By Fred Schulte

Experts: Safety oversight needed as patient records go digital

By Fred Schulte and Emma Schwartz

FDA considers regulating safety of electronic health systems

By Fred Schulte and Emma Schwartz

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