From the release:
washingtonpost.com, an award-winning news and information Web site, yesterday launched “Washington Post Investigations,” a new online section containing stories and additional features produced by the newspaper’s investigative reporters.
The new online home for exclusive, in-depth, investigative reporting will include a comprehensive archive with up-to-date information on the status of every major Washington Post investigation in recent years, as well as Bob Woodward’s coverage of the Watergate scandal. The section will feature the work of the oldest continuous newspaper investigative team in the country, founded by Woodward, as well as investigations by other Washington Post reporters.
Chat with Woodward about it today.
Yesterday’s piece by John Solomon about how the flawed science of bullet-lead analysis has been used to convict hundreds of defendants nationwide launched a new online section.