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Today, the state's landscape is pocked with hundreds of examples of that policy's failure, an examination by the New England Center for Investigative Reporting has found.
We are proud of our stories on Reveal TV and grateful for Mavatar's support of The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) and independent public service journalism," said Robert J.
The New England Center for Investigative Reporting said that its co-founder, Joe Bergantino, and University of South Carolina professor Randy Covington, were detained for several hours by immigration authorities as they began teaching their first workshop in St.
Ryan Duffy, spokesman for Weatherford, questioned FCIR's motives for running the story, telling PC360, "Unlike mainstream media sources, the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting accepts financial contributions for the purpose of selectively reporting.
Some inmates who spoke with the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) said they were coerced by doctors into getting tubal ligation surgeries.
According to a yearlong investigation by the Tampa Bay Times* and the Center for Investigative reporting, there are around 6,000 charities that hire for-profit corporations to raise money, and end up spending far too little on actual charitable activities.
Report: US Citizens Make Up 80% of Drug Arrests at Mexican Border--According to data from the Center for Investigative Reporting, Americans are taken into custody 80 per cent of the time in drug-related arrests at the Mexican border, as Mexican drug cartels favor US nationals because customs won't suspect them.
The Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting also uses college professors and students in its focus on agribusiness.