Bloodhound On The Wall Street BeatBy
Investigative reporting is one of the most difficult forms of journalism. It requires relentless digging for information, constant checking of facts, good judgment, and infinite patience when leads turn into dead ends. Sometimes it even means standing up to threats. But when done properly, the work often results in the exposure of wrongdoing.
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