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Stephen Engelberg

Stephen Engelberg

Stephen Engelberg has been managing editor of ProPublica since its inception in 2008. He worked previously as managing editor of The Oregonian in Portland, Oregon where he supervised investigative projects and news coverage. Before that, Engelberg worked for 18 years at The New York Times as an editor and reporter, founding the paper's investigative unit and serving as a reporter in Washington, DC, and Warsaw. Engelberg shared in two George Polk Awards for reporting: the first, in 1989, for articles on nuclear proliferation; the second, in 1994, for articles on US immigration. A group of articles he co-authored in 1995 on an airplane crash was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize. Projects he supervised at the Times on Mexican corruption (published in 1997) and the rise of Al Qaeda (published beginning in January 2001) were awarded the Pulitzer Prize. During his years at The Oregonian, the paper won the Pulitzer for breaking news and was finalist for its investigative work on methamphetamines and charities intended to help the disabled. He is the co-author of "Germs: Biological Weapons and America's Secret War" (2001).

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Stephen Engelberg

Stephen Engelberg

Stephen Engelberg has been managing editor of ProPublica since its inception in 2008. He worked previously as managing editor of The Oregonian in Portland, Oregon where he supervised investigative projects and news coverage. Before that, Engelberg worked for 18 years at The New York Times as an editor and reporter, founding the paper's investigative unit and serving as a reporter in Washington, DC, and Warsaw. Engelberg shared in two George Polk Awards for reporting: the first, in 1989, for articles on nuclear proliferation; the second, in 1994, for articles on US immigration. A group of articles he co-authored in 1995 on an airplane crash was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize. Projects he supervised at the Times on Mexican corruption (published in 1997) and the rise of Al Qaeda (published beginning in January 2001) were awarded the Pulitzer Prize. During his years at The Oregonian, the paper won the Pulitzer for breaking news and was finalist for its investigative work on methamphetamines and charities intended to help the disabled. He is the co-author of "Germs: Biological Weapons and America's Secret War" (2001).

Other articles by this author

Secret Reports: With Security Spotty, Many Had Access to Anthrax

By McClatchy, Stephen Engelberg and Greg Gordon, ProPublica | Report

FBI's Case Against Anthrax Suspect Rife With Questions

By Jim Gilmore, Greg Gordon, Mike Wiser and Stephen Engelberg, ProPublica | Report

Justice Department Lawyers Contradict FBI Findings in Anthrax Case

By Greg Gordon, Mike Wiser and Stephen Engelberg, McClatchy Newspapers | Report