Global Affairs Reporter, Wall Street Journal
A New York-based journalist with the Wall Street Journal, covering global affairs.
online.wsj.com — Surviving members of the fire department responding to the explosion in West, Texas, giving their first public interviews to The Wall Street Journal, said they sought to address questions about how the firefighters handled the blaze.
online.wsj.com — SEA BRIGHT, N.J.-A week after Sandy buried this coastal town in six feet of sand, a bus took residents to view the remains. Small talk quickly turned to shock. "Dunkin' Donuts is gone," said one. "Oh my God," whispered a woman as they drove up Ocean Avenue, the main drag through town.
youtube.com — Journalist Joshua Prager was a senior feature writer for The Wall Street Journal for 8 years. He is also the author of "The Echoing Green." [Note: We want you to see these talks exactly as they happened! The archive footage might be a little rougher than the usual TED.com talk.]
online.wsj.com — The Congo has long had a knack for bringing out the worst in foreign adventurers, from King Leopold II of Belgium to Joseph Conrad's fictional Kurtz. Now it is forcing a well-intentioned visitor, the United Nations, to reconsider how it keeps the peace in time of war. The U.N.
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