Gary Marx

Gary Marx is an investigative reporter at the Chicago Tribune and a three-time Pulitzer Prize finalist.

Marx started at the Tribune in 1988 and was the newspaper’s South America correspondent from 1990 to 1994. Upon returning to Chicago, he covered criminal justice and was on the Tribune's investigative team before rejoining the foreign staff in 2002 based in Havana, Cuba. During his career, Marx has covered numerous armed conflicts and U.S. military operations, and his investigations have led to indictments for murder and other crimes, and sparked sweeping reform.