Catherine Trautwein

Tow Journalism Fellow

PAAMCO Prisma Responds to Role in Kentucky Pension Crisis
PAAMCO Prisma said that it did what KRS asked it to do — and made the pension management system millions.
October 23, 2018
Facebook’s Ex-Security Chief Sounds Off on 2018 Midterms
Facebook ex-security chief Alex Stamos outlines potential threats to the 2018 and 2020 elections, as well as possible solutions to safeguard future elections. Watch his FRONTLINE video interview.
October 16, 2018
Former Fugitive Pablo Duran Sr. Pleads Guilty in Trafficking Case
Pablo Duran, Sr., a labor contractor who once denied any ties to illicit labor schemes, has pleaded guilty to encouraging illegal entry, one part of a major trafficking plot that compelled Guatemalan teenagers into grueling labor in America.
September 18, 2018
‘We Have Families Watering Down Soup’: Inside One City America Has Left Behind
What happens when a boomtown goes bust? Companies bolt and people with them, leaving behind rising poverty and food insecurity — even for those that have jobs.
September 11, 2018