Investigative Reporters

Investigative reporters are journalists who gather facts to expose wrongdoing by powerful individuals and institutions. These journalists have also been called advocacy, adversarial, crusading, and public service reporters, or muckrakers. Like enterprise reporters, investigative journalists require more time than ...

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