1 Best of Times and Worst of Times: Investigative Reporting in Post-Watergate America (Douglass K. Daniel).
2 The History of Investigative Reporting (Rosemary Armao).
3 Enterprise and Investigative Reporting in Metropolitan Newspapers: 1980 and 1995 Compared (Joseph Bernt and Marilyn Greenwald).
4 Public Perceptions of Investigative Reporting (Susan K. Opt and Timothy A. Delaney).
5 Not Ready for Prime Time: Tabloid and Investigative TV Journalism (Matthew C. Ehrlich).
6 Ethical Challenges for Investigative Journalism (Samuel P. Winch).
7 Is It a Crime? An Overview of Recent Legal Actions Stemming from Investigative Reports (Jane Kinley).
8 Libel Insurance: Taking Care of Business (Lisa Barr).
9 For Mainstream Audiences Only: Investigative Reporting on Minorities, Gays and Lesbians, and Women (Eddith Dashiell).
10 And "The Wall" Came Tumbling Down in Los Angeles (Marc Edge).
11 CAR for a Spin: Conventional News Gathering Goes High-Tech (Mark Tatge).