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Intern at NECIR this fall

NECIR is looking for a great Audience Engagement Intern for the fall semester. The intern will work on the cutting edge of new-media storytelling, with many opportunities for you to propose new ideas and take on real responsibilities.

Brooke Williams

NECIR reporter wins prestigious journalism award

Congratulations to NECIR senior investigative reporter and senior trainer Brooke Williams, who won a 2015 Gerald Loeb Award alongside Eric Lipton, Ben Protess and Nicholas Confessore for their New York Times investigation “Lobbying in America.” Their report and database revealed the way foreign governments contribute to influential think tanks here in the United States. The Gerald Loeb award is one of journalism’s highest honors, and Brooke and her co-reporters took home the prize for Best Beat Reporting.

Brooke Williams

Award-winning reporter Brooke Williams joins NECIR

Award-winning reporter Brooke Williams, an investigative journalist specializing in data-driven reporting and storytelling to hold the powerful accountable, is joining the New England Center for Investigative Reporting (NECIR) as a senior investigative reporter and senior trainer. Her investigations have been featured in local and national newspapers, magazines and online publications, as well as on radio and television.

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Dozens of Mass. super donors exceed former federal spending cap

Unleashed by the April US Supreme Court decision striking down a cap on individual donations to federal candidates, 29 heavyweight Massachusetts donors have blown past previous limits during this election cycle, federal records show.