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Vox (New York, NY): Vox has added two new reporters to its policy and politics team. Dylan Scott primarily will cover healthcare and other areas of legislation, particularly tax reform. Scott comes from STAT, where he served as Washington correspondent since Oct. 2015. Alexia Fernández Campbell will serve as economics policy writer and spearhead tax reform coverage. She comes from the National Journal and The Atlantic.
The New York Times (New York, NY): The New York Times has made some changes to its international teams. Steven Erlanger now will serve as chief diplomatic correspondent for Europe, based in London. Erlanger most recently was the London bureau chief. Ellen Barry will relocate to London to serve as chief international correspondent. Barry has been the New Delhi bureau chief. Jeffrey Gettleman will relocate to the New Delhi bureau to serve as the South Asia bureau chief. Gettleman has served as the bureau chief in Nairobi for the past decade.
The Wall Street Journal (New York, NY): The Wall Street Journal has promoted longtime staffer Craig Karmin to markets editor. Karmin previously was WSJ’s deputy markets editor overseeing the commodities, currency, and emerging markets teams in New York. He has been with the paper since 1999.
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