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(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

New York Times political editor Carolyn Ryan is set to become the paper’s new Washington bureau chief, replacing David Leonhardt. Mr. Leonhardt—apparently known as “next Nate Silver”—will go on to lead a new column on polls and statistics. (Politico) 

Watergate star Bob Woodward wishes Snowden would have come to him instead of The Guardian. (Huffington Post)

In the wake of Brian Stelter’s announcement about his upcoming move to CNN, the Times is apparently looking to hire two new media reporters. (Twitter)

Tribune Company, publisher of the L.A. Times, Chicago Tribune and others, is gearing up to cut 700 jobs. (New York Post)

Eric Wemple takes on Mike Allen and Playbook. (The Washington Post)

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