According to the sources, the negotiations between Glasser and the Times aren’t yet finalized. They encompass a range of possibilities, including her reporting for the daily newspaper and/or serving as a contributor to the New York Times Magazine.
This wouldn’t be the first time that Baker and Glasser have teamed up. The two spent four years as Moscow bureau chiefs for the Washington Post and co-authored “Kremlin Rising: Vladimir Putin’s Russia and the End of Revolution.”
Following Byers’s report, Politico issued a memo saying that even if Baker took the Jerusalem job, Glasser would be “ready to remain Editor of our Rosslyn newsroom through the election.” Glasser didn’t reply right away to a request for comment.