Jennifer LaFleur worked at The Center for Investigative Reporting until September, 2017. Jennifer LaFleur is senior editor for data journalism for Reveal. Previously, she was the director of computer-assisted reporting at ProPublica and has held similar roles at The Dallas Morning News, the San Jose Mercury News and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She was the first training director for Investigative Reporters and Editors. She has won awards for her coverage of disability, legal and open government issues. LaFleur is based in Reveal’s Emeryville, California, office.
A weapons physicist and a team of experts spent five years acquiring and declassifying footage from the U.S. nuclear testing program.
Bills in Congress seek to recognize veterans who participated in the U.S. nuclear testing program.
Atomic veterans feel abused, neglected and forgotten by the government and a country that exposed them to unforeseen risks. In the decades since the n
With the help of NBC Bay Area and Stanford University journalism students, Reveal has expanded its online child care database – which already includes records for Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa and Napa counties – with data for San Mateo County.
Ten day care centers in California have racked up more than two dozen serious violations in the past five years, but all still are licensed and operat
Twenty-nine states provide access to information from child care inspection and complaint records online. Another nine have online access to limited information or for a limited group of facilities. In the remaining states, including in California, the public can’t get details about inspection findings online.
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