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The New York Times' Michael Luo is heading to The New Yorker. Luo, currently with the Times' metro desk leading a team focused on investigations, will be a senior editor in charge of investigations, leading a stable of writers aimed at upping The New Yorker's game on investigative reporting. Luo said that leaving the Times after 13 years was "an incredibly difficult decision" — but that he feels like he’s moving from the “best newspaper in the world” to the “best magazine in the world."

More from Hadas Gold at Politico.

CNN has hired Emmy-award winning Leyla Santiago as a correspondent based in Mexico City, reports Media Moves. In her new role, Leyla will contribute across CNN’s television and digital platforms, highlighting the relationship between Mexico and the United States, the report says. She joins CNN from WRAL in Raleigh, where she was an anchor and reporter since 2012.

Talking Biz News reports Karen Mracek, a Federal Reserve Board reporter for Market News International, has been named acting managing editor for the global news service.

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