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- Journalism : Practice of writing about daily events of interest to people - politics, international affairs, sports, etc.
- Newspaper : Periodical publications presenting current news and commentary on politics, government, business, sport and other matters of public interest.
- David Sanger : Chief Washington Correspondent for The New York Times; Aspen Strategy Group, Aspen Institute; senior writer, Center for a New American Security
- Ross Douthat : (1979-) U.S. political author, concerned with restructuring of the U.S. political right; former senior editor of The Atlantic, film critic for National Review, and weekly columnist for the New York Times.
- Nicholas Kristof : American journalist and columnist for the New York Times (past associate managing editor); two-time Pulitzer Prize winner; Aspen Strategy Group, Aspen Institute; spouse of Sheryl WuDunn
- New York City : The largest city in the United States of America and a world center of finance, commerce, communications, and the arts.
- Leslie Gelb : Chairman, National Security Network; Academic Council, Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa; President Emeritus and Board Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations; Pulitzer Prize-winning former correspondent for the New York Times, and senior official in State and Defense Departments; Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (1980-81); Assistant Secretary of State for political/military affairs (1977-79); Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution (1969-73); Visiting Professor, Georgetown University (1969-73)
- Linda Greenhouse : A Pullitzer Prize winning legal journalist who began covering the United States Supreme Court in 1972.
- David Halberstam : Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, who was especially controversial for his coverage of the Vietnam War, where some thought he was providing critical investigation for the public, while others believed he was undermining the war effort
- Neil Sheehan : A Pulitzer Prize winning American journalist most known for his work on the Vietnam War, considered one of the key sources of truth by some and as a biased opponent by others. He received the Pentagon Papers and oversaw the publication of these classified historical documents in the New York Times. He is also known for his complex biography and war history of John Paul Vann, A Bright and Shining Lie.