• Intelligence gap

    The chance that a Chinese programmer made off with sensitive material was made possible by a set of cozy relationships – among a tainted sheriff’s official, a dubious technology startup and a woman suspected of being a spy.

  • Till Death Do Us Part

    The Post and Courier exposes chilling domestic abuse in South Carolina in a new series that grew out of a collaboration with The Center for Investigative Reporting, the University of South Carolina and WCIV.

  • Claims of cover-ups, corruption

    James F. Tomsheck, the recently removed head of internal affairs, had harsh criticism for Customs and Border Protection in a sweeping and unauthorized interview with The Center for Investigative Reporting.

  • Major league hardball

    To avenge a Facebook insult, a gambler implicated a big-league pitcher in a fake plot to fix games. But to Major League Baseball, it looked like its first suspected game-fixing scandal in more than 90 years.

  • Alone

    CIR’s documentary on the solitary confinement of teens explores the mental health effects and corrections officials’ struggles with young inmates.

  • Coast Guard's wave of accidents

    Between 2000 and 2013, the Coast Guard witnessed dramatic spikes in accidents causing death, injury and equipment damage. Data reveal lapses in judgment and missed opportunities to strengthen safety standards and protect crew members and civilians.

  • Reaping profits from the GI Bill

    Substandard for-profit schools in California get millions in GI Bill funds, with the most going to the University of Phoenix, San Diego. But some veterans say they are left with worthless degrees and few job prospects.

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