Naomi LaChance trabalha no escritório do The Intercept de Washington D.C.. Na NPR, cobriu tecnologia, vigilância e criptografia. Também teve traduções publicadas no Centro de Jornalismo Investigativo de New England, boston.com, estações afiliadas à NPR e U.S. News & World Report.
Donald Trump’s EPA Team Will Be Run by Fossil-Fuel Industry Advocates
Trump’s pick to head the EPA, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, was once caught sending a letter to regulators that was drafted by energy lobbyists.
Legalizing Pot and 10 Other Ballot Issues to Watch on Election Day
Voters will get to decide a range of ballot measures including lowering the price of prescription drugs, legalizing the sale of recreational marijuana, and changing the system by which they vote altogether.
Excerpts of Hillary Clinton’s Paid Speeches to Goldman Sachs Finally Leaked
The excerpts, posted by WikiLeaks, appear in an internal campaign email that highlighted the most politically damaging quotes from each paid speech.
Students Are Pulling a Kaepernick All Over America — and Being Threatened for It
Students have a constitutional right not to participate in rituals surrounding the national anthem and Pledge of Allegiance, but they are facing punishment and threats for their gestures of dissent.