This post, written by Lois Beckett, was originally published by ProPublica on March 7, 2013. It was updated with new information on Sept. 13. We’re continuing to learn new details […]
Questions about the United States’ aid to Egypt have intensified in the wake of last month’s military coup. More than 1,000 Egyptians have been killed in the last week, most apparently supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi. A few members of Congress have called for cutting off aid to Egypt, which the White House says is under review. ProPublica breaks down where the money actually goes.
This story, written by Joaquin Sapien for ProPublica, was updated by the publication to include a recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in the […]
This ProPublica Article by Cora Currier, published Wednesday, examines the Obama Administration’s Spartan invocation of the power of the Presidential Pardon, alongside Attorney General Eric Holder’s arbitrary interpretation of his […]
This piece, written by Cora Currier of ProPublica, was originally published Aug. 12, 2013. There have been nine drone strikes reported in Yemen in the past two weeks, an uptick […]
This story, written by Jonathan Stray for ProPublica, was originally published on Aug. 7, 2013. When the House of Representatives recently considered an amendment that would have dismantled the NSA’s […]
This story, written by Jonathan Stray for ProPublica, was originally published on June 27, 2013. There have been a lot of news stories about NSA surveillance programs following the leaks […]