Several members of Investigative Reporters and Editors were named 2014 Peabody Award winners. To learn more about the awards, click here.

  • Madeleine Baran of Minnesota Public Radio (MPR news) for “Betrayed by Silence,” an investigative documentary on the child sex-abuse scandal in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
  • Andrea Bernstein of WNYC for “Chris Christie, White House ambitions and the abuse of power,” a series of reports on the “Bridgegate” scandal.
  • Andy Pierrotti of KVUE-TV for “The cost of trouble minds,” a document-heavy investigation into Texas’ mental-health care policies.
  • Scott Bronstein and Nelli Black of CNN for “Crisis at the VA,” a high-impact piece on delays in care at Veteran Affairs hospitals.
  • Mark Greenblatt of Scripps Washington Bureau for “Under the Radar,” an investigative review of court martial cases that found more than 240 convicted rapists, child molesters and other sex offenders who slipped through the cracks.


Left off this list? If you are a current IRE member and winner of a 2014 Peabody Award, please contact Sarah Hutchins at [email protected]