WHAT

AN UNBELIEVABLE STORY OF RAPE

" An Unbelievable Story of Rape ," written for The Marshall Project with ProPublica's T. Christian Miller. Winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting.

Stories about the story from CNN ; Nieman Storyboard ; Poynter ; editors Bill Keller and Stephen Engelberg; and The Incidental Economist .

SCOREBOARD, BABY

"Scoreboard, Baby: A Story of College Football, Crime, and Complicity ," written with Nick Perry. Winner of the 2011 Edgar Allan Poe Award for best fact crime book.

POLITICS OF PAIN

"Methadone and the Politics of Pain ," written with Michael Berens for The Seattle Times. Winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting.



VICTORY AND RUINS

"Victory and Ruins ," a series written with Nick Perry for The Seattle Times. Winner in 2009 of the George Polk Award and the Michael Kelly Award for the fearless pursuit & expression of truth.

Chapter 1: Jerramy Stevens
Chapter 2: Jeremiah Pharms
Chapter 3: Curtis Williams
Chapter 4: Anthony Kelley

Plus: McGuire on Media on "Victory and Ruins," along with other reaction ; and a precursor to the series, " Huskies booster offered $100K for coach's firing."

OFFICERS SHOT

"Four days in May set stage for Sunday's tragedy ," written with Nick Perry, Jonathan Martin and Maureen O'Hagan for The Seattle Times.

For this and other stories on the shooting deaths of four police officers, the newspaper staff won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news reporting.

Plus: " A path to murder ," written one week after the shootings; and " The Other Side of Mercy ," a book and five-part series written with Jonathan Martin.

ANATOMY OF DOUBT

"Anatomy of Doubt ," a one-hour show with producer Robyn Semien for This American Life.

FAILURE OF THE DEATH PENALTY

"The failure of the death penalty in Illinois ," written with Steve Mills for the Chicago Tribune. Winner of the George Polk Award and finalist for the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for public service.

Part 5: " Convicted by a hair "
Plus: " Dead Men Talking ," a story in Nieman Reports on our work.

LANDSLIDE

" So many people yelling for help ," written with Craig Welch and Mike Carter for The Seattle Times.

For this and other stories on a landslide that killed 43 people, the newspaper staff won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news reporting.

The story behind the newspaper's coverage, via Poynter . Plus: the warnings went back decades; the state allowed logging above the slope; the neighborhood should never have been built; an interactive timeline.

COPS AND CONFESSIONS

Cops and Confessions, written with Steve Mills and Maurice Possley for the Chicago Tribune. Winner of the 2001 Worth Bingham Prize.

STATE  OF EXECUTION

"State of Execution," a series on the death penalty in Texas, written with Steve Mills and Douglas Holt for the Chicago Tribune. Finalist for the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting.

Part 1: " Flawed trials lead to death chamber "

DEATH BY DEADLINE

Death by Deadline, a two-part series written in 2014 for The Marshall Project's launch. Published in partnership with The Washington Post.


YOUR COURTS, THEIR SECRETS

"Your Courts, Their Secrets ," a series on illegally sealed court records for The Seattle Times, written with Justin Mayo, Steve Miletich and others. Winner of the American Society of Newspaper Editors Distinguished Writing Award; finalist for the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting.

Series notables:

TRIAL AND ERROR

"Trial & Error," stories on prosecutorial misconduct written with Maurice Possley for the Chicago Tribune:


Along with the death penalty series, this series was a finalist for the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for public service.


OTHER STORIES FOR THE MARSHALL PROJECT

" This Boy's Life ," written with Corey G. Johnson. Published with Mother Jones.


" You're really being an asshole, officer ." Published with VICE.

" The Woman Who Spent Six Years Fighting a Traffic Stop ." Published with The Times-Picayune.

THREE DIVES INTO HISTORY

"Broken on the Wheel : A gruesome legal case turned Voltaire into a crusader for the innocent." For The Marshall Project and The Paris Review.

"Dollree Mapp, 1923-2014 : The Rosa Parks of the Fourth Amendment." For The Marshall Project and Essence.


"Patriot-pundit longs for the past,"  profile of Pat Buchanan when he ran for president in 1996. For the Chicago Tribune.

THREE LAWYER PROFILES

" The Burnout : Missouri keeps killing Jennifer Herndon's clients. So she invented an alternate life." For The Marshall Project.

" Eric Lindell : West Seattle attorney takes difficult cases -- and wins." For The Seattle Times.

"The trials of Dick Cunningham : A story in 11 chapters." For the Chicago Tribune.