Marshall Project Originals
The Marshall Project: Diversity and Inclusion
Our second annual diversity report, a chance to update the numbers and lay out some plans and ambitions for 2019.
Bill Keller to retire from The Marshall Project
He built the country’s leading, award-winning destination for criminal justice news.
The Marshall Project Wins an Edward R. Murrow Award
Honored with the national prize for “Overall Excellence.”
“We Are Witnesses” Wins the Dart Award for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma
The Marshall Project’s groundbreaking video series recognized for its “innovative approach to storytelling”
John Carlos Frey joins The Marshall Project
He will report on the intersection of immigration and criminal justice.
Justin George named first Washington, D.C. correspondent for The Marshall Project
He was previously an award-winning crime reporter for The Baltimore Sun.
Our New Tool Helps Journalists Find News Tips on the Web
Free, open-source software aids reporting by watching government websites for you.
The Marshall Project Wins A National Magazine Award
Honored with an “Ellie” for “General Excellence”.
Donovan X. Ramsey named Commentary Editor of The Marshall Project
Ramsey was previously deputy editor at Complex.com
The Marshall Project Launches Klaxon
Open-source reporting tool enables reporters to monitor websites for breaking news
Gabriel Isman Named New Director of Technology
Isman previously worked as a software engineer at Google.
The Marshall Project Wins A Pulitzer Prize
“An Unbelievable Story of Rape” honored in the Explanatory Reporting category
The Marshall Project Named ‘World’s Best Designed Website’
Society for News Design’s top digital award.
Carroll Bogert Named President of the Marshall Project
Bogert was Deputy Executive Director for External Relations at Human Rights Watch.
The Marshall Project Wins Polk Award for “An Unbelievable Story of Rape”
“An Unbelievable Story of Rape” honored in justice reporting category.