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IRP’s new managing editor, John Temple, writes in The Atlantic about how he used the Internet to track down the man who saved his parents in Budapest during World War II.


Why the undercover Planned Parenthood videos aren’t journalism


Los Angeles Times reporter Paige St. John and students in the Investigative Reporting Program produced a three-part series about the Planned Parenthood videos, First Amendment issues, Daleiden’s legal troubles, and the videos’ effects on the fetal tissue market. UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism student Ted Andersen reports for the Columbia Journalism Review.


IRP fellow interviews wife of El Chapo

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In an interview broadcast on Telemundo and in an article for the Los Angeles Times, the wife of Mexican cartel leader Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman talks to IRP Fellow Anabel Hernandez about how she’s afraid for his life and how her husband is a loving family man.


Sailors’ Widows Sue Manufacturer of Navy Chopper


In this piece for The Virginian-Pilot, IRP Fellow Mike Hixenbaugh continues his investigation of the Sea Dragon helicopter, which has one of the highest rates of deadly crashes in the armed services. He reports on a lawsuit alleging the maker, Sikorsky, and other defendants designed and manufactured an unsafe chopper.


Are Secret Planned Parenthood Videos Protected Under 1st Amendment?

In this article for the Los Angeles Times, investigative reporting students at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism report on whether footage collected by an anti-abortion activist represent undercover journalism protected by the First Amendment. The story is the first in a series on the ongoing national debate on abortion and is a collaboration between the IRP and the Times.


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