Reporters Say Questions About Police Corruption Led Them Back To The Newsroom

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The Philadelphia Inquirer began investigating why charges were never brought against the city’s police department, after the Daily News, the Inquirer’s sister paper, reported widespread corruption in the force.

What the Inquirer says it dug up, though, was damaging evidence against the Daily News reporters.

NPR’s David Folkenflik talks to Here & Now’s Sacha Pfeiffer about the feud between the sibling papers, and the uncomfortable place in which their shared owner now finds himself.


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