Ken Armstrong (journalist)
Ken Armstrong is a staff reporter at The Marshall Project.
He has worked at the Chicago Tribune, the Seattle Times, the Newport News Daily Press and the Anchorage Times. He was a 2001 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, and in 2002, was the McGraw Professor of Writing at Princeton University.
He is married to Ramona Hattendorf; they live in Seattle with their two children, Waters (Emmett) and Meghan.
- 2016 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting
- 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting
- Shared in Pulitzer Prize for breaking news (2010, 2015)
- 2011 Edgar Award for non-fiction
- 2010 Michael Kelly Award 
- 2009 John Chancellor Award Winner 
- 2004 Excellence in Legal Journalism Award 
- 1999; 2008; 2014; 2015 George Polk Award
- Investigative Reporters and Editors Award six times
- Pulitzer Prize finalist, four times
- Scoreboard, Baby: A Story of College Football, Crime, and Complicity, Ken Armstrong, Nick Perry, UNP, Bison Original, 2010, ISBN 978-0-8032-2810-8
- "'Until I Can Be Sure': How the Threat of Executing the Innocent has Transformed the Death Penalty Debate"
- "Alumni - Nieman Foundation". nieman.harvard.edu. Retrieved 2016-06-20.
- "'Until I Can Be Sure': How the Threat of Executing the Innocent has Transformed the Death Penalty Debate", Beyond repair?: America's death penalty, Editor Stephen P. Garvey, Duke University Press, 2003, ISBN 978-0-8223-3043-1