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murray waas
Works at Thomson-Reuters Corporation
Attended George Washington University
Lives in washington d.c.
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I am a writer of one sort or another.  I mostly do investigative reporting and the such, and long narrative writing- something out of vogue in the age of the blog.  (I have already edited one book so far.)

I have written for newspapers, magazines, and online, and reported broadcast stories-- and finishing a first book. (I have already edited one book so far.)  I have been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize , winner of the Goldsmith Prize, and winner of the Barlett & Steel Investigative Reporting Prize.  Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has also named me as a honorary citizen of his state-- or Arkansas Traveler, apparently, for writing stories like this one and this one.

My journalism has appeared in Reuters, National Journal, the New Yorker, the Atlantic, and Boston Globe.






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  • George Washington University
    Political Science
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  • Thomson-Reuters Corporation
    Correspondent, present
  • Atlantic Media, National Journal, Village Voice Media, Los Angeles Times, and Alicia Patterson Foundation
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washington d.c.
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Philadelphia, Pa. - citizen of the world; also "Arkansas Traveler"-- named honorary citizen by state's governor in 2004!-- no joking. Want to spend more time or someday live in NYC, Boston, and Philadelphia.
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