George Lardner, "formerly an investigative reporter on the national staff of The Washington Post, is an associate at the Center for the Study of the Presidency, working on a history of the presidential pardon power. He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for articles on the murder of his youngest daughter, Kristin, which he later expanded into a book, "The Stalking of Kristin." He joined The Post in 1963 and has covered presidential campaigns, Mafia trials, assassinations and political scandals ranging from Iran-contra to the CIA and the FBI. He has also written numerous national magazine articles." 
- Director, Fund for Investigative Journalism
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- Directors, Fund for Investigative Journalism, accessed January 8, 2010.