The New York Times names new correspondent in Washington

Andrew Duehren, formerly Treasury correspondent at The Wall Street Journal, joins the bureau


We’ve very excited to announce that Andrew Duehren of The Wall Street Journal has joined The Times as our new tax policy correspondent in the Washington bureau.

Andy arrives to join our D.C. economics team after six years at The Journal, where he began as an intern in the Washington bureau before joining the congressional team covering fiscal policy. He has continued to cover fiscal policy as The Journal’s Treasury Department correspondent and has managed to follow Janet Yellen to nearly 20 countries.

Andy was born and raised outside Boston and caught the journalism bug at Harvard, where he was the managing editor of The Crimson. He moved to Washington to join The Journal a week after finishing school. He likes to run and cook, and keeps what he calls a modest garden of tomatoes and jalapenos on the balcony of his apartment.

Andy starts today. Please welcome him!


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