Jason Leopold is an American investigative reporter known for his work at Truthout as a senior editor and reporter, He is currently working for Al Jazeera America as an investigative reporter. Leopold has written stories on BP, Enron, the California Energy Crisis, the Bush administration's torture polices, and the Plame affair. His pieces have been published in Asia Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, CBS MarketWatch, The Nation, and Utne.com Leopold has also written about foreign and domestic policy online for publications such as Alternet, CounterPunch, Common Dreams, Dissident Voice, The Huffington Post, Political Affairs Magazine, The Raw Story, Scoop, ZNet.

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19 September 2005
A funeral services company which recently learned that one of its subsidiaries is negotiating a lucrative contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency...
19 September 2005
Michael Brown, the embattled head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, approved payments in excess of $31 million in taxpayer money to thousands of...
15 September 2005
Michael Brown, the embattled head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, approved payments in excess of $31 million in taxpayer money to thousands of...
08 September 2005
Another few thousand bit the dust.

Chalk another one up for the Bush administration. That’ll be President Bush’s long lasting legacy when we look...
08 September 2005
Cindy Sheehan has been subjected to an unwarranted backlash by right-wing pundits because of her antiwar protests and some explosive statements she made about...
03 September 2005
Why is President Bush more concerned with the state of marriage than the state of Louisiana?

That’s what the New Orleans City Business paper asked...

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