We provide grants and other support directly to investigative journalists who commit their lives to uncovering, unraveling and documenting the stories that impact the world most. Many of the stories we support would not be told without the grants and assistance we provide. View an index of our grantees’ stories over the last 12 months and see highlights of recent stories below.
In follow-up on Ohio prosecutorial misconduct investigation, grantee examines questionable convictions
The team of journalists that produced an 18-month investigation of prosecutorial misconduct in Ohio published a follow-up story showing that,
In the second part of a Texas Observer investigation into conservative billionaires’ influence on public schools, Steven Monacelli reported on
Grantee finds that Oregon schools mostly fail to comply with state law on substance use prevention programs
Oregon’s public schools have done little to educate students about the risks of substance abuse and how to combat addiction,
Writing in the nonprofit environmental outlet Mongabay, with support from the Fund, Roberth Orihuela found that mines operated by U.S.
Following a year-long investigation by the Maine Monitor about problems in the state’s guardianship program for people unable to care
Hospitals often sue patients over unpaid medical bills in bulk, sometimes by the hundreds of thousands, even when people already
Veteran Chicago journalist Ben Austen’s new book, “Correction: Parole, Prison and the Possibility of Change,” examines the criminal justice system
Grantee uncovers questionable practices behind failure of Louisiana’s home insurance market; policymakers vow reform
The Baton Rouge Advocate and the Times Picayune, with support from the Fund, found that Louisiana’s home insurance market fell