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Why 2013 was great year for the Washington Examiner Watchdog team

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If ever there was a "target-rich environment," the federal monstrosity in the nation's capital surely qualifies, at least for investigative journalists seeking to expose waste, fraud and corruption. That's why 2013 was a banner year for the Washington Examiner's Watchdog Investigative Reporting Team, including senior reporters Mark Flatten, Richard Pollock and Luke Rosiak, and reporters Michal...

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