Ken Armstrong (journalist)

Ken Armstrong is a senior reporter at ProPublica.

He has worked at The Marshall Project, the Chicago Tribune, the Seattle Times, the Newport News Daily Press and the Anchorage Times. He was a 2001 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University,[1] and in 2002, was the McGraw Professor of Writing at Princeton University.

He is married to Ramona Hattendorf; they live in Seattle with their two children, Waters (Emmett) and Meghan.



  • Scoreboard, Baby: A Story of College Football, Crime, and Complicity, Ken Armstrong, Nick Perry, UNP, Bison Original, 2010, ISBN 978-0-8032-2810-8
  • "'Until I Can Be Sure': How the Threat of Executing the Innocent has Transformed the Death Penalty Debate"[6]


  1. ^ "Alumni - Nieman Foundation". Retrieved 2016-06-20.
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  6. ^ "'Until I Can Be Sure': How the Threat of Executing the Innocent has Transformed the Death Penalty Debate", Beyond repair?: America's death penalty, Editor Stephen P. Garvey, Duke University Press, 2003, ISBN 978-0-8223-3043-1

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Ken Armstrong

Ken Armstrong may refer to:

Ken Armstrong (footballer, born 1924) (1924–1984), Chelsea F.C. footballer, and English and New Zealand dual-international

Ken Armstrong (footballer, born 1959), English-born footballer who played with among others Kilmarnock F.C. and Birmingham City F.C.

Ken Armstrong (journalist), American journalist

Ken Armstrong (motorcycle racer), Grand Prix motorcycle racer from Great Britain

Ken Armstrong (Australian footballer) (1936–2009), Australian rules football player and coach for Perth and later commentator

T. Christian Miller

T. Christian Miller is an investigative reporter, author, and war correspondent for ProPublica. He has focused on how multinational corporations operate in foreign countries, documenting human rights and environmental abuses. Miller has covered four wars — Kosovo, Colombia, Israel and the West Bank, and Iraq. He also covered the 2000 presidential campaign. He is also known for his work in the field of computer-assisted reporting and was awarded a Knight Fellowship at Stanford University in 2012 to study innovation in journalism. In 2016, Miller was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism with Ken Armstrong of The Marshall Project.

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