Andrea Jones is a story editor at The Intercept focused on criminal justice, immigration, and the environment. She previously worked as a researcher at Rolling Stone and as managing editor of Guernica. She is based in New York.
Google’s Remarkably Close Relationship With the Obama White House, in Two Charts
The company has cultivated unprecedented ties to the government not only by lobbying but sharing its digital expertise, raising questions about undue influence.
Ghosts of IgualaMexico: Case Unravels in Disappearance of 43 Students
The government said it had found the “historical truth” behind a night of terrible violence in Iguala. But evidence suggests the state isn’t disclosing all it knows.
Ghosts of IgualaMexico: How 43 Students Disappeared in the Night
The violence started with shots fired at several buses filled with students. It ended with six people dead and dozens of students seized by armed men. They are still missing.