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Adam Goldman

ReporterWashington, D.C.


James R. Clapper Jr. tells a Senate panel why punishing foreign governments wouldn’t be wise.

  • Sep 29, 2015

Shaker Aamer was regarded as one of the leaders of the prisoners at the military detention center.

  • Sep 25, 2015

The prisoner is the second this week to be sent home, as the Obama administration continues its effort to close the facility.

  • Sep 22, 2015

The Omani government also helped secure the release of a Briton held captive in the conflict-ridden nation.

  • Sep 20, 2015

The exchange could provide a boost for al-Qaeda whose leadership has been degraded by a CIA drone campaign.

  • Sep 18, 2015

Dylann Roof stayed with Joey Meek and his family weeks before nine black worshipers were gunned down inside Emanuel AME.

  • Sep 17, 2015

Younis Chekkouri was sent home more than two years after his native country agreed to take him.

  • Sep 17, 2015

Bureau employees at the New York Field Office objected to the presence of the old director.

  • Sep 16, 2015

They say a captive in drone footage may have been American Warren Weinstein, who was later killed in an agency strike.

  • Sep 10, 2015

Hughes showed his skepticism of the governments’ arguments about Americans accused of helping the Islamic State, at one point wondering whether the threat to the United States might be overblown.

  • Sep 8, 2015
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Adam Goldman covers terrorism and national security for The Washington Post. Before joining the paper in December 2013, Goldman was on The Associated Press investigative team in Washington, D.C., where he also focused on national security. Previously, he worked in New York and Las Vegas for the AP and newspapers in Virginia and Alabama. Goldman is the recipient of several journalism awards, including the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting, the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting and a George Polk Award. He is the co-author of “Enemies Within: Inside the NYPD’s Secret Spying Unit and bin Laden’s Final Plot Against America.” He lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife and two children. He is very approachable.
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