Ken Klippenstein is a D.C.-based investigative reporter who focuses on national security. He is also an avid Freedom of Information Act requester. Prior to joining The Intercept, he was The Nation’s D.C. correspondent.
New FTX Filing Pulls Back the Curtain on Sam Bankman-Fried’s Massive Influence-Peddling Operation
A bankruptcy filing revealed new information about how the crypto exchange spent money on consultants, think tanks, and business relationships.
High-Level Pentagon Official Used Racial Slurs, Drank on Job, Sexually Harassed Employees: Watchdog
The unusual investigation into former Defense deputy CFO Douglas Glenn follows Biden administration pledge to root out racism in the workplace.
Inflation Is Slowing — Without the Higher Unemployment Larry Summers Said Was Necessary
New data shows the call for yearslong recession from monetary hawks like Summers has aged poorly.
Exclusive: Surveillance Footage of Tesla Crash on SF’s Bay Bridge Hours After Elon Musk Announces “Self-Driving” Feature
Musk has said Tesla’s problematic autopilot features are “really the difference between Tesla being worth a lot of money or worth basically zero.”