Investigative reporter T. Christian Miller is joining the Los Angeles Times exodus to ProPublica, the non-profit that hired Pulitzer winners Charles Ornstein and Tracy Weber. Miller's exit e-mail, sent recently:
As some of you may know, this is my last day at the LA Times. It's a difficult parting. I love the paper, and all that it does.
I'm going to start work next month for ProPublica, a new non-profit dedicated to investigative reporting. One of its core missions is to promote such journalism by teaming up with other news outlets. I like to tell myself that we will work together again one day to write great stories. It's what partners are supposed to do....
Best of luck,
Miller is the author of "Blood Money: Wasted Billions, Lost Lives and Corporate Greed in Iraq."