The New York Times expands international investigations team
The New York Times is bolstering its international investigations efforts with the addition of new reporters and an expanded commitment to global investigative journalism outside the United States. Investigative journalism has long been central to the newspaper’s international report. Its correspondents have exposed the secretive wealth of Chinese Communist Party leaders, unveiled the economic underpinnings of the Islamic State, and relentlessly tracked Russian assassins, bots, and trolls across the globe. Today, with more than one million digital news subscriptions outside the United States, the paper is announcing the inaugural members of its first-ever dedicated international investigations team.