Nathaniel is a reporter on the investigations team using data to better understand how government agencies and those in power operate.​

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Philly health department website exposed names of thousands of people with hepatitis

The data was accessible through an online portal. It is not clear how many people may have seen it.

Two children in the care of an East Falls medical facility died within 11 days of each other. The state is giving it another chance.

Pa. officials found that Pediatric Specialty Care, a facility for medically fragile children in Philadelphia’s East Falls, had staffing issues “conducive to serious injury or death,” which the company disputed.

Federal records show how Kensington pharmacies were ground zero in the earliest days of the opioid epidemic

Data on pill sales around the country show how prescription pills added to the pressure on Philadelphia neighborhoods already primed for a drug crisis.

7 Philly cops have been under investigation for their Facebook postings. See what they wrote.

Some of the seven officers, who have been under internal investigation since February for allegedly offensive Facebook postings, appeared to have commented on each other's posts.

Here are examples of alleged Facebook posts by Philadelphia police officers

The cops named in the database published Saturday by the Plain View Project work in dozens of locations in the city, from district precincts to the airport, from the SWAT team to the police academy to the radio room.

Group catalogs racist, intolerant Facebook posts by hundreds of Philly police officers

Researchers on Saturday published a database of what they said were racist, intolerant, or otherwise offensive Facebook posts by hundreds of current and former Philadelphia Police officers.

Homicide suspected in three deaths in Philadelphia and South Jersey

One of the victims was a woman found dead in a trash bag in Philadelphia.

South Jersey man charged with possession of child pornography

David Jackson, 67, was arrested after Camden County detectives went to his Somerdale home and viewed a number of "devices," the prosecutor's office said.

Son of Bucks County socialite pleads guilty, forfeits Clairemont family estate

Carl Risoldi was placed on four years' probation in connection with a 2013 fire at his family's New Hope estate, for which $20 million in insurance proceeds were sought, including for jewelry his mother falsely accused firefighters of stealing.

Philly’s foster care system comes under fire at three-hour hearing on child abuse reporting rules

Hearing on child abuse reporting requirements draws a crowd at Philadelphia City Council.