Michael A. LaForgia

Michael LaForgia is an editor on the Metro desk of The New York Times, overseeing investigative and enterprise stories.

Previously, he was a correspondent on the Investigations desk, where he wrote about breakdowns in the New York City transit system, Facebook's trading of personal data to other big tech firms, the Trump administration's promotion of American arms sales to the Middle East and inequities in policing.

He joined The Times in 2017 after more than a decade as an investigative reporter and editor in Florida. He has twice won the Pulitzer Prize, in 2014 for exposing problems in a Florida homeless program and in 2016 for revealing one Florida county's neglect of schools in Black neighborhoods.