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Peter Applebome

New York Times — Deputy National Editor

Bio: Back to the future, Deputy National Editor NY Times: South, Texas, Florida, politics, culture, voting issues. Author: Dixie Rising. Fan of Wink, Tx Bulletin.

Location: Chappaqua, NY

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Metro New York

RT @JohnJHarwood: that anti-govt rancher: "I've often wondered, are they better off as slaves, picking cotton & having a family life?" http…
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of

Jenny Vrentas

Sports Illustrated — NFL Writer

Bio: NFL writer for Sports Illustrated and The MMQB. Native Penn Stater, adopted New Yorker.

Location: New York, N.Y.

Beats: Sports, Metro New York

RT @theMMQB: Love the ’14 schedule? Hate it? @SI_PeterKing has the exclusive behind-the-scenes story of how it got made. wp.me/p3Dw81-5rj
2014 NFL schedule: Behind the scenes of how four men get it made
Dallas, but we really liked Dallas for the FOX doubleheader for Week 1. Dallas also had Texas Rangers conflicts the first month of the season. Putting them on the road in Week 1 might have doomed them for

Matt Apuzzo

New York Times — Reporter

Bio: New York Times scribe. Former AP. I make a mean breakfast sandwich. Public key: http://bit.ly/1fCDwzM

Location: Washington, DC

Beats: Politics, U.S., Metro D.C.

"The dispute? Whether to give the banks everything they asked for, or whether to give them even more." @wagnerreports slate.com/articles/news_…
Center for Public Integrity investigation.
we’re guilty of it.” Rep. Scott Garrett, a Republican from New Jersey, asked to postpone a final vote so he could contact “stakeholders,” code for the bankers who wanted the change. Then Texas Republican

Arthur Delaney

Huffington Post — Politics Reporter

Bio: @HuffPostPol reporter, @HuffPostHill & @HuffPostLive contributor

Location: Washington, D.C.

Beats: Politics, U.S.

Al Bundy is a better American than Cliven Bundy nyti.ms/1jTKZYI
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of

David Cazares

Minnesota Public Radio — Editor and Music Writer

Bio: Editor at Minnesota Public Radio. Culture, jazz and Latin music writer. Reader. I have varied interests.

Location: St. Paul, MN

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Metro Minneapolis–St. Paul

RT @GuardianUS: #SCOTUS' Michigan decision opens an unfortunate new chapter of affirmative action: race-blindness trib.al/Tx09ryl via @juliannehing
Class-based college admissions are no magic wand for keeping schools diverse
supreme court's ruling in Fisher v Texas: So, yes, class and race are in many ways inextricably linked, but it's folly to focus solely on socioeconomic factors if you're looking for diversity in college

Ben Fidler

Deputy Biotechnology Editor, Xconomy

Bio: Deputy Biotechnology Editor, Xconomy.

Location: New York

Beats: Business and Finance, Technology, Science, U.S. Regional

RT @amitabhchandra2: Fantastic New Yorker article…in which I say that transparency solutions are the analog to driving hybrids. newyorker.com/online/blogs/c…
What Big Data Can't Tell Us About Health Care : The New Yorker
, states like Florida, Texas, and New Jersey consume a large share of Medicare resources. The calls for price transparency, as a means of bringing down health-care costs, have certainly gained momentum in

Ignacio Torres

Fusion — Segment Producer

Bio: Segment Producer, @ThisIsFusion | Formerly @nbcnews | @ColumbiaJourn @UCDavis Alumni | Self-proclaimed #mess | Ignacio.Torres@fusion.net

Location: Miami, Florida

Beats: U.S., Metro Miami

What in the world?! "...are they better off as slaves..." - A Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side nyti.ms/1hqmpMd
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of

Brad Wieners

Bloomberg Businessweek — Executive Editor, Features

Bio: Brad Wieners is executive editor for features at Bloomberg Businessweek. Also: LEGO desk.

Location: New York

Beat: Business and Finance

“A sorghum bean can’t pull its hamstring"...How #Redsox won 3 WS in 10 yrs & the method's limits @JoshuaGreen mobile.businessweek.com/articles/2014-…
John Henry and the Making of a Boston Red Sox Baseball Dynasty
, Shin-Soo Choo, signed a $130 million contract with the Texas Rangers). But moneyball is really about exploiting inefficiencies, valuing what everybody else is undervaluing. Armed with new revenue, this

Chris Wragge

CBS News — Anchor, The Early Show

Bio: Chris Wragge's Official Twitter Page, CBS News Anchor, NYC, former anchor of The Early Show, fmr NBC Sports reporter, fmr Correspondent for ET, always a QB!

Location: New York City

Beat: U.S.

How a Schedule is Made | The MMQB with Peter King - mmqb.si.com/2014/04/24/mak… via @theMMQB
2014 NFL schedule: Behind the scenes of how four men get it made
Dallas, but we really liked Dallas for the FOX doubleheader for Week 1. Dallas also had Texas Rangers conflicts the first month of the season. Putting them on the road in Week 1 might have doomed them for

Jill Lawrence

Freelance Journalist and Columnist

Bio: In the fray at Creators Syndicate and elsewhere. Veteran of Natl Journal, Daily Beast, Politics Daily, USA Today, AP, 7 WH campaigns. RTs ≠ endorsements.

Location: Washington, DC

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Politics, U.S., Metro D.C.

"I’ve often wondered, are they better off as slaves?" Cliven Bundy offers his views on "the Negro." nyti.ms/1l6qn21 #makeitstop
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of

John Harwood

New York Times, CNBC — Washington Reporter and Blogger

Bio: Covering Washington and national politics for CNBC and the New York Times; loving Duke basketball, Washington Redskins, dance music, and being a Dad.

Location: Washington, DC

Beats: Business and Finance, Opinion and Editorial, Politics, Metro D.C.

"Defiant Rancher" begging for @jonathanchait to write about him nyti.ms/1hqmpMd
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of
that anti-govt rancher: "I've often wondered, are they better off as slaves, picking cotton & having a family life?" nyti.ms/1hqmpMd
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of

Daniel Wagner

Center for Public Integrity — Investigative Reporter, Finance

Bio: Investigative Reporter, Finance at Center for Public Integrity. Reformed Walter Burns.

Location: Washington, DC

Beats: Business and Finance, U.S., Metro D.C., Crime and Justice

When financial lobbyists feel hurt and abused by tougher rules, where do they turn? 11 lawmakers banks can count on. slate.com/articles/news_…
Center for Public Integrity investigation.
we’re guilty of it.” Rep. Scott Garrett, a Republican from New Jersey, asked to postpone a final vote so he could contact “stakeholders,” code for the bankers who wanted the change. Then Texas Republican
Meet the Banking Caucus, Wall Street's secret weapon in Washington. 11 lawmakers represent industry donors slate.com/articles/news_… #muckreads
Center for Public Integrity investigation.
we’re guilty of it.” Rep. Scott Garrett, a Republican from New Jersey, asked to postpone a final vote so he could contact “stakeholders,” code for the bankers who wanted the change. Then Texas Republican

Mike Madden

Editor, Washington City Paper

Bio: Editor of Washington City Paper. You can email me at mmadden@washingtoncitypaper.com.

Location: Washington, D.C.

Beats: Politics, Metro D.C.

RT @aseitzwald: Any sentence that begins as “...one more thing bout the Negro..." can't end well. mobile.nytimes.com/2014/04/24/us/…
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of

Brian Duggan

Reno Gazette-Journal — Key Topics Editor and Reno Memo Blogger

Bio: Key topics editor for the Reno Gazette-Journal: politics, investigations and more. Email me: bduggan@rgj.com. Don't believe everything you read on the Internet.

Location: Reno, NV

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, U.S. Regional

Bundy: "I’ve often wondered, are they better off as slaves, picking cotton..." mobile.nytimes.com/2014/04/24/us/…
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of

Jordan Rau

Kaiser Health News — Senior Correspondent

Bio: Senior Correspondent at Kaiser Health News. Lots on health care, some on journalism. Tweets are not endorphins.

Location: Washington, D.C.

Beat: Health

In @newyorker, well-stated concerns about new Medicare doc data from Dr. @LisaRosenbaum17 newyorker.com/online/blogs/c…
What Big Data Can't Tell Us About Health Care : The New Yorker
, states like Florida, Texas, and New Jersey consume a large share of Medicare resources. The calls for price transparency, as a means of bringing down health-care costs, have certainly gained momentum in

Jonathan Weisman

New York Times — Congressional Reporter

Bio: Congressional reporter, The New York Times

Location: Washington, DC

Beats: Politics, Metro D.C.

“I want to tell you one more thing I know about the Negro,” Cliven Bundy says. An @adamnagourney original. mobile.nytimes.com/2014/04/24/us/…
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of

Alex Seitz-Wald

National Journal — Reporter

Bio: National Journal reporter | Email: aseitz-wald@nationaljournal.com | Call: (202) 266-7176 | Tip?You may already be a winner!

Location: Washington, DC

Beats: Politics, U.S., Metro D.C.

Any sentence that begins as “...one more thing bout the Negro..." can't end well. mobile.nytimes.com/2014/04/24/us/…
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of
"And I’ve often wondered, are they better off as slaves, picking cotton." mobile.nytimes.com/2014/04/24/us/…
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
over this week into Texas, where Greg Abbott, the attorney general and a Republican running for governor, challenged the Bureau of Land Management on reports that it was looking to claim thousands of

Evan McMorris-Santoro

BuzzFeed — White House Reporter

Bio: BuzzFeed White House Reporter. Email/Gchat: evan@buzzfeed.com.

Location: DC

Beats: Politics, Metro D.C., Media

Cliven Bundy: “I want to tell you one more thing I know about the Negro” talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/clive…
Cliven Bundy Wonders If Blacks Are 'Better Off As Slaves' Than On Gov't Assistance
no more freedom. They got less freedom.” The Times reached out to spokespeople for Sens. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Dean Heller (R-NV), who have spoken in support of Bundy, and for Texas Attorney Gen. Greg

Laura Ingraham

Radio Host, The Laura Ingraham Show

Bio: Tweets written by Laura are signed --LI. The Laura Ingraham Show broadcasts live weekdays at 9am ET. Listen live, join Laura365 http://lauraingraham.com

Location: DC

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Politics

Docs Detail Dem mega donor Tom Steyer’s Ties to Alleged $67 Million Ponzi Scheme shar.es/TOCEa
Documents Detail Tom Steyer’s Ties to Alleged $67 Million Ponzi Scheme
provided the vehicle for the scheme. Details of Farallon’s involvement came to light through a civil lawsuit in Texas alleging that Farallon and a number of other individuals and corporate entities were

Alexandra Jaffe

The Hill — Staff Reporter

Bio: Covers campaigns for @TheHill. Yes, I know, I'm using the wrong hand. I'll re-do next time I find a vertical flag. 773-510-2976. AJaffe[at]TheHill[dot]com

Location: 38.90238,-77.053065

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Politics, Metro D.C.

RT @JessicaTaylor: How Ted Cruz is playing it safe with his 2014 primary picks -- a great read this morning from @ajjaffe thehill.com/blogs/ballot-b…
Cruz plays it safe in primaries
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is preparing to navigate the minefield of endorsements this cycle. And he’s so far playing it safe, aware of the fact that taking one wrong step could sabotage the party’s
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