The New York Times Snags Three

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The New York Times is expanding its investigative team with the addition of three new reporters: Ellen Gabler, Michael LaForgia, and Brian M. Rosenthal. Gabler will join the NYT Investigations Department on April 10, after spending the past five years with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. LaForgia will also join on April 10; he currently works as investigations editor and reporter for the Tampa Bay Times. Rosenthal will join the paper on May 1 as an investigative reporter for Metro, covering New York City Hall and the statehouse in Albany. He currently works as a statehouse reporter for the Houston Chronicle based in Austin. Follow the New York Times on Twitter.

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