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Paul Pringle

Paul Pringle is a Los Angeles Times reporter who specializes in investigating corruption. He was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2009 and a member of reporting teams that won Pulitzer Prizes in 2004 and 2011. Pringle won the George Polk Award in 2008, the same year the Society of Professional Journalists of Greater Los Angeles honored him as a distinguished journalist. In 2012, he shared in Harvard University’s Worth Bingham Prize.  Pringle won the California Newspaper Publishers Assn.’s First Amendment Award in 2014 and the University of Florida’s Joseph L. Brechner Award in 2015.
San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi died of cocaine and alcohol toxicity, coroner finds

Cardiovascular disease was a contributing factor in Adachi’s death last month at 59. Local political leaders at the time celebrated the former candidate for San Francisco mayor as a champion of people who otherwise had no voice in the criminal justice system.

Rick Singer’s nonprofit was supposed to help poor kids. But elite colleges got most of its grants

A nonprofit at the center of a college cheating scandal gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to athletic programs at USC, Chapman University and other schools in recent years, tax documents show.

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