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Stephanie Rice is a copy editor for Reveal. With more than a decade of reporting and editing experience, Rice has covered everything from revolutions to campaign finance violations. She previously worked as a stringer for Agence France-Presse and has also been published by the San Francisco Chronicle, Christian Science Monitor, East Bay Express and many others. She was a reporting fellow in Egypt with The GroundTruth Project in the aftermath of the country’s 2011 uprisings. Her stories have prompted elected officials in San Francisco to stop paying themselves for meetings they never attended, exposed questionable practices by powerful building inspectors on the island of Alameda, and detailed the plight of Guatemala’s vulnerable indigenous communities in the aftermath of a magnitude 7.2 quake. Rice holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from San Francisco State University. She is based in San Francisco, where she also works as a freelance editor for a digital publishing platform.


Criminal Justice

How Guantanamo’s ‘war court’ differs from federal system

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is shown in this file photograph during his arrest March 1, 2003. The accused 9/11 mastermind and four suspected co-conspirators are facing trial in a Guantanamo war crimes tribunal on charges that could carry the death penalty.Courtesy of U.S. News & World Report/Reuters What’s happening? Tomorrow, five men accused of planning the attacks that

May 4, 2012