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Mark Greenblatt

23ABC News

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Past articles by Mark:

Congressman: Norfolk Southern exec 'should have disclosed' cash awards

Days after Scripps News revealed top railroad leaders got cash for lengthening trains and cutting costs, CEO Alan Shaw pledged to donate stock. → Read More

Norfolk Southern railroad execs got cash, in part, for 'record' train length

A Scripps News investigation found Norfolk Southern gave top leaders millions of dollars in awards after they hit a controversial financial target. → Read More

An AED saved Damar Hamlin's life, but is your child's school ready?

A Scripps News investigation found though your school may have the equipment it needs to save a life, don’t count on staff to be ready to use it. → Read More

How Texas Quashed Sex-Ed Lessons On Consent

A Newsy investigation reveals a push by organized groups to stop schools from teaching what advocates say is critical to preventing sexual assault. → Read More

U.S. Slaps Terrorist Designation On Russian, Swedish Extremists

The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced its first sanctions against White supremacists. → Read More

New Evidence Strengthens Call For The Ultimate Sanction For Russia

Evidence is mounting to push for adding Russia to the state sponsor of terrorism list, which only includes four countries. → Read More

Thousands of police agencies stop reporting crime data to the FBI

National reporting of crime data has taken a plunge, and that could have a big impact on policy decisions that tackle violent crimes. → Read More

Far-Right Support For Vladimir Putin Is Cracking With Ukraine Invasion

Even some Putin-fan politicians have changed their stance, with one French far-right leader calling Putin's aggression, "eminently condemnable." → Read More

Rising White Supremacy, In The U.S. And Around The World

Newsy investigates trends in White supremacist groups in the U.S. and abroad. → Read More

Extremist Heimbach To Relaunch Hate Group, Says He Supports Violence

An expert who tracks neo-Nazis and extremists calls Heimbach's return and his latest rhetoric 'very dangerous.' → Read More

TX Sheriff: FBI Takes Over Case In Alleged Wal-Mart Mass Shooting Plot

Authorities in Texas seized guns, ammunition and flags from fascist groups from Russia and Spain at the home of a suspect in a terror plot. → Read More

FBI Sees Surge In National Use-Of-Force Database Participation

New numbers the FBI shared with Newsy reveal a sharp rise in the number of local police agencies disclosing serious use-of-force incidents. → Read More

The Viral Global Movement Giving U.S. White Nationalists A Boost

Identitarianism is linked to at least six mass shootings. It became popular in Europe a decade ago and is on the rise in the U.S. today. → Read More

U.S. Lists 71 Foreign Terrorist Groups — But No White Supremacists

Critics say U.S. failing by not putting any White supremacist groups on State Dept.'s 'foreign terrorist organizations' list. → Read More

These Websites 'Masquerade' As Local News, Share Partisan Messages

One media expert told Newsy more and more news sites with local-sounding names only "masquerade as a local news organization." → Read More

Are Police Doing Enough To Track Down The Capitol Mob?

A prominent rioter is not worried about arrest, while police so far have not asked to tap a powerful national facial recognition database. → Read More

Where Was The National Guard When The Capitol Was Breached?

The delayed National Guard deployment at the Capitol stood in contrast to a June deployment in response to Black Lives Matter protests. → Read More

Sheriffs, Criminologists Worried About Coming FBI Crime Data Loss

The National Sheriffs' Association and researchers want more action from the FBI to limit loss of key data from a change to the Uniform Crime Report. → Read More

QAnon-Linked Organizer Calls Rallies Last 'Peaceful' Unity Attempt

The founder of a multi-state rally of "patriots" joined the "QArmy." Extremism experts worry about what will happen after the election. → Read More

FBI Crime Data Could Go Away For One In Four Police Agencies

The FBI will stop collecting crime data in January from any police agency that has not joined a new, more detailed way of reporting crime. → Read More