Washington Bureau Chief, The Times
Washington bureau chief of The Sunday Times (UK). Author Dead Men Risen, winner of 2012 Orwell Prize. Views ≠ employer's, RTs ≠ endorsements.
politico.com — Republicans are worried one thing could screw up the political gift of three Obama administration controversies at once: fellow Republicans. Top GOP leaders are privately warning members to put a sock in it when it comes to silly calls for impeachment or over-the-top comparisons to Watergate.
buzzfeed.com — Image by Brendan Mcdermid / Reuters Before the internet, obtaining the private data requests of top-level financiers would have been difficult and risky for any journalist. It would have required at the very least a source willing to risk his or her career.
cbsnews.com — (CBS News) Boston bombings suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left a note claiming responsibility for the attack, reports CBS News correspondent John Miller. Sources tell Miller that Tsarnaev wrote the note in the boat he was hiding in as police pursued him, and as he bled from gunshot wounds sustained in an earlier shootout between police and his older brother.
mediabistro.com — The Daily Mail's Toby Harnden is making a phat career move. In January, Harnden left the Daily Telegraph after 17 years and went to work for the Daily Mail. Just 10 months in, he's leaving for a job at The Sunday Times.
independent.co.uk — "Who will care for my children now?" Those were the last, lamentable words of the 26-year-old hotel receptionist Baha Mousa, whose bruised face and battered body have, since his death in 2003 while under arrest by British troops, become one of the most notorious images to emerge out of the Allied occupation of Iraq.
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