Washington – The Fund for Investigative Journalism is pleased to announce that The Reva and David Logan Foundation has awarded $75,000 to help underwrite the Fund’s grant-making program for independent journalists around the world. This is the second year that the Fund has received a grant from The Reva and David Logan Foundation. The Logan family foundation’s donation in 2013 ...

Reporting from Fiji, site of an $8.7 million get-away from rising sea levels in the Pacific, Christopher Pala reports the purchase had no clear purpose: “…while  Tong’s warnings of impending doom for atoll dwellers have brought him a measure of fame abroad and even a panel that nominated him for a Nobel Peace Prize, in Kiribati they elicit confusion in ...

(Washington) The upcoming deadline for applications is Monday, September 8 at 5pm Eastern Time. The Fund for Investigative Journalism is currently accepting proposals to investigate stories in the United States and abroad. The Fund supports work done in all media, as long as the applicant can provide a letter from an executive of a media outlet, committing to run the story ...