Ryan Holeywell covers daily news and long-term investigations from Washington, D.C. for BailoutSleuth.
Prior to joining BailoutSleuth, Holeywell covered health care for the trade publication American Health Line. From 2007 to 2009, he covered crime and municipal government for The Monitor in McAllen, Texas, along the border with Mexico. While working at The Monitor, he was part of a team that won a Texas Associated Press Managing Editors Award for coverage of Hurricane Dolly.
Holeywell’s articles have also appeared in USA Today, the Indianapolis Star and washingtonpost.com.
A Houston native, Holeywell graduated from George Washington University with a degree in political communication.
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