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The Imam’s Widow

September 5, 2018
Pro Publica

As the wife of a Muslim religious leader, she came to America with uncertainty and hope. A suspected hate crime snuffed out the hope. | Read more|

The Database Documenting 60 Years of Conflict in Colombia

September 4, 2018
GIJN

For five years, about 100 people processed 10,236 datasets from 592 sources and documented 353,531 facts for the Memory and Conflict Observatory, a project that seeks to document the violent events that occurred during the Colombian war. The results can be summarized into a shocking number: 262,197 fatalities over 60 y | Read more|

The Many Plots To Assassinate Narendra Modi

September 2, 2018
Caravan Magazine

The circumstances surrounding all the purported assassination plots against Narendra Modi are intriguing—for the backgrounds of the individuals allegedly plotting the murder, for the political climate in which they were revealed, and for the media organisations that break the news. | Read more|

Social media: Where voices of hate find a place to preach

August 31, 2018
The Center for Public Integrity

This report is part of the “Hate in America" project produced by the Carnegie-Knight News21 initiative, a national investigative reporting project by top college journalism students and recent graduates from across the country and headquartered at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Ari | Read more|

White, male and millennial: Hate groups tap bro culture to recruit members

August 30, 2018
The Center for Public Integrity

This report is part of the “Hate in America" project produced by the Carnegie-Knight News21 initiative, a national investigative reporting project by top college journalism students and recent graduates from across the country and headquartered at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Ari | Read more|

10 Investigative Tools You Probably Haven’t Heard Of

August 29, 2018
GIJN

Investigations, the saying goes, are just regular stories with a lot more labor put in. Investigative reporters spend inordinate amounts of time sifting through documents, verifying sources and analyzing data — and that’s if they can even get the data. As an investigative reporter with way too many stories I want t | Read more|