Beat Changes at The Washington Post
Reporter Craig Whitlock has moved to the investigations team at The Washington Post. He most recently covered the Pentagon and national security since 2010. Returning to the national security beat is reporter Joby Warrick who will focus on terrorism and Daesh. He previously spent a year covering environmental issues and the EPA, after spending his first 18 years at the paper on the national security beat. Moving into environmental coverage is Brady Dennis, who was previously a national reporter covering a variety of issues since December 2008. In his new role, Dennis will focus on the environment and climate change. Follow The Washington Post on Twitter and Facebook for more news from inside the beltway.
Some personal news: after 6 years covering the Pentagon, I'll be joining the Post's Investigative Desk, a legendary team of muckrakers.
— Craig Whitlock (@CraigMWhitlock) March 2, 2016
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