U.K based, founded in 2010, and "based at City University London, the Bureau works in collaboration with other groups to get its investigations published and distributed. Since its foundation the Bureau has worked with the BBC, al Jazeera English, the Independent, the Financial Times," and many other publications. The Drone War is one of their major investigations.
Founded in 1977, this California-based news group has won many awards and partnered with major news organizations such as the New York Times and PBS Frontline. See topic coverage. In 2012 they established a partnership with the literary non-profit Youth Speaks. See also CIR history.
Winner of a 2014 Pulitzer Prize, this organization covers money and politics, government waste and fraud, juvenile justice, the environment, healthcare reform, national security and state government transparency. See also the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, a project of the Center for Public Integrity, and a network of more than 190 investigative journalists in more than 65 countries who collaborate on in-depth investigative stories.
See links to over 100 member news groups that report on U.S. towns and cities, (e.g., Charlottesville Tomorrow), as well as on specific industries and sectors, e.g., education, food, the environment and healthcare. Read about INN.
From American University School of Communication. Coverage focuses on government and corporate accountability. The Workshop has an ongoing relationship with the PBS program Frontline as well as with the Washington Post.
Based in New York, Pro-Publica is a highly respected, Pulitzer Prize winning newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest and that has many partners in the news media. ProPublica was founded in 2008 by Paul Steiger, the former managing editor of The Wall Street Journal.