This week, the Center for Public Integrity launched a beta version of a new investigative journalism web site called iWatch News. The iWatch web site, which is organized by issue area, features reporting on the following topics:
- Government accountability (States of disclosure, waste, fraud and abuse)
- Politics (Congress, the White House, elections)
- Environment (health and safety, energy, pollution, climate, natural resources)
- Finance (corporate accountability, consumer finance, financial reform watch)
- Health (Medicare, public health, Wendell Potter)
- National Security (homeland security, military, intelligence)
- Education (sexual assault on campus, higher education, disabled borrowers)
- International topics
The site will also feature stories from other news outlets and is maintained in collaboration with the Investigative News Network and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. For more information about iWatch, read this New York Times blog entry.
The Center for Public Integrity is a non-profit organization founded in 1989 that publishes investigative journalism related to government transparency and accountability. Other Center for Public Integrity resources include:
- Records-based interactive investigations, reports and books dating back to 1990 that present key findings, methodology and supporting documents.
- Research tools including sample FOIA requests and searchable databases.
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