He has worked as an investigative reporter at Chicago Today (1973–1974), the Chicago Tribune (1976–1983), the Chicago Sun-Times (1983–2001), the Los Angeles Times (2001–2008), and the Washington Times (from April 2009).
While at the Chicago Tribune, Neubauer shared the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for Local Investigative Specialized Reporting for a series about abuses in Federal Housing Administration programs. He also was a prominent investigator of the political dealings of Chicago's Dan Rostenkowski in the 1990s.
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