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Wrongfully jailed for 38 years, Fred Clay rebuilds his life in...

Hypnosis helped send Fred Clay to prison almost 40 years ago when police used the now-discredited technique to sharpen the fuzzy memory of a...

IRE Boston Watchdog Workshop

Jenifer McKim, senior investigative reporter with the New England Center for Investigative, will be among the instructors for a "watchdog workshop" for journalists on...

Police investigating alleged overtime scam at Boston Public Library

Custodians at the Boston Public Library have routinely been paid for overtime hours they did not work, according to a library janitor who said...

For too many people, the ‘recovery’ never happened

Frances Louis unlawfully walked into an unlocked vacant townhouse in Roxbury in 2009 claiming that the new owners owed her a moral debt to...

McKim: The ‘hard truths’ of investigative reporting

Jenifer McKim, senior investigative reporter for the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, shared her thoughts on a career spent revealing injustice through journalism...

Covering Washington in the age of Trump

Paul Singer, investigations editor for the New England Center for Investigative Reporting and WGBH, joins a panel of national political journalists on October 16...

Pitfalls in accessing documents through FOI requests

Jenifer McKim, senior investigative reporter for the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, and a panel of expert journalists will discuss "Common Pitfalls in...

Aging and dying in prison

A Massachusetts state prison is expanding the graveyard where it buries inmates who die in custody, one consequence of the state's huge increase in...

Friendly sentiments are not helping Albania gain more U.S. investments

by Josh Coe, Fjori Sinoruka and Blerina Allushi This story is the fifth in a series produced by reporter-fellows participating in an exchange program between the New...

Retirees Struggle to Locate Billions in Lost Pensions

By Liam Knox And Lucas Smolcic Larson Deborah Imondi knows pensions. The 66-year-old retiree from Johnston, Rhode Island, managed a large corporate pension fund for...

Massachusetts Senate passes bill to combat illicit massage businesses

The Massachusetts Senate on Thursday unanimously approved a bill aimed at fighting human trafficking in illicit massage businesses across the state.

How Albanian laws allow parties to hide crucial information from voters...

by J.D. Capelouto, Elsa Çerpja and Lorin Kadiu This story is the fourth in a series produced by reporter-fellows participating in an exchange program between the...