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Deputy Investigations Editor — The New York Times

deputy investigations editor @nytimes. colorado native. likes fishing and dogs. PGP: https://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x890891BFD983EF19

Crime in Context | The Marshall Project

themarshallproject.org — Violent crime is up in some places, but is it really a trend? Is crime in America rising or falling? The answer is not nearly as simple as politicians sometimes make it out to be, because of how the FBI collects and handles crime data from the country's more than 18,000 police agencies.

From the Pentagon to the Police: The 1033 Project

muckrock.com — You may have heard that the image-conscious Los Angeles Unified School District chose to return the grenade launchers it received from the Defense Department's surplus equipment program. You probably have not heard about some of the more obscure beneficiaries of the Pentagon giveaway.

I Hope So Too - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — What are your hopes for the Obama administration? The New York Times asked more than 200 people in 14 states (half red, half blue) to identify their greatest hopes for what Barack Obama might accomplish during his time as president. We grouped their responses into the 29 "hopes" below.

From Nieman Reports: The four kinds of people you meet in newsrooms going digital

niemanlab.org — Editor's note: There are a lot of great stories to read in the newest issue of our sister publication Nieman Reports. In this piece, a transcript of a talk given here at Lippmann House, Marshall Project managing editor Gabriel Dance talks about the evolving relationship between media and technology, Facebook, and the importance of collaborators in the newsroom.

Gabriel Dance of The Marshall Project: "We don't care where you see our content"

niemanreports.org — For a guy with a bachelor's degree in computer science and a master's in multimedia journalism, you might think Gabriel Dance wouldn't be all that enamored of non-fiction prose. But he still ranks the written word above other means of communication. "Writing is our most flexible, fastest, and most dynamic form of storytelling," he says.

The Next to Die | The Marshall Project

themarshallproject.org — Looking back, we know quite a bit about who has been put to death in the United States. Looking forward, there has been no detailed, up-to-date schedule of coming executions. The Next to Die aims to bring attention, and thus accountability, to these upcoming executions.

The Next to Die | The Marshall Project

themarshallproject.org — Looking back, we know quite a bit about who has been put to death in the United States. Looking forward, there has been no detailed, up-to-date schedule of coming executions. The Next to Die aims to bring attention, and thus accountability, to these upcoming executions.

The Next to Die | The Marshall Project

themarshallproject.org — Looking back, we know quite a bit about who has been put to death in the United States. We know that the last person to be executed was , who died by in . We have records that show was the person to have been executed since 1976.

Gun laws in the US, state by state - interactive

theguardian.com — President Obama has indicated a move towards strengthening federal gun control measures, but the reality is that the majority of gun legislation in the US is enacted at the state level.

Jobs data interactive: is your job market growing or shrinking?

theguardian.com — Since September 2008, when US investment bank Lehman Brothers collapsed and sent shockwaves throughout the international banking community, the United States jobs market has grown and contracted in fits and starts
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Sep 24, 2016

RT @marclacey: The police videos of Keith Scott's shooting will be released, Gov. Pat McCrory confirms. @nytimes will send them to your mobile phone soon.


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