Schuyler Mitchell is the Communications and Administrative Associate at The Intercept. She was previously a fact-checker at Capital & Main and a contributing writer and intern at Los Angeles Magazine. She has also worked on a range of public relations and communications campaigns. She holds a B.A. in media studies from Pomona College and is based in Brooklyn.
Meet the Military Contractor Running Fare Collection in New York Subways — and Around the World
Cubic Corporation does transit projects like New York City’s OMNY, but also cleans up on government surveillance and security contracts.
Ambulance Rides Still Aren’t Protected From Surprise Billing — and Subscriptions Do Little to Help
As the Biden administration flounders on its pledge to remedy surprise ground ambulance bills, local EMS subscription programs offer shoddy safety nets.
Documentos recién publicados revelan el rastro internacional de la financiación previa al asesinato de Berta Cáceres
El banco holandés FMO emitió millones de dólares mediante una cuenta offshore para construir la represa Agua Zarca. Los registros muestran que el beneficiario era una compañía, pero las transferencias aterrizaban en otra.
Newly Released Documents Reveal International Funding Trail Preceding the Murder of Berta Cáceres
Dutch bank FMO released millions to build the Agua Zarca dam through an offshore account. Records show a recipient listed as one company — and the transfers landing with another.