Author of bestseller 'The Wizard of Lies" adapted by @HBO with Robert De Niro, and 'A First-Class Catastrophe.' Contributor @NYTimes.

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Want to #MAGA? Try a #tech overhaul! Soon! Hawaii’s false alert shows the sorry state of government technology  http://wapo.st/2mSbY01 
@tyillc @crampell @StephanieKelton .Nothing in the new tax law obliges Congress to risk default by blocking a debt limit increase, does it? That would be news, indeed! Feel sure Catherine would have noticed that! ;<).
@tyillc @crampell .That's a good point. In the absence of a rival for "worldwide reserve asset," Treasuries will likely remain in demand. The question is the interest rate, which can reflect psychological as well as "logical" factors.
RT @_ToddStone: Why is business investment tepid? “Business executives don’t want to invest. Businesses have to adapt to the market… https://t.co/WcgxJoG0A5
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What was your first job as a journalist?

An unpaid Teen Page reporter at the Roanoke (Va.) Times & World News, under the Junior Achievement program at my high school.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes, indeed. I still miss the bright red Smith-Corona I took to college!

How is social media changing news?

It lends greater immediacy to breaking news, add texture to enterprise reporting, and brings writers and readers closer together.

George Polk Award

2004 - Military Reporting
For a New York Times series exposing the exploitation of military service members by finance and insurance companies.

The Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting

2005 - Investigative Reporting
The Joan Shorenstein Center on Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University's Kennedy School awarded this prize to "Captive Clientele," a New York Times series by Diana Henriques, which exposed the exploitation of military sevice members by financial and insurance companies.