Karen DeYoung

ReporterWashington, D.C.


New York Democrat Jerrold Nadler said his decision came after he carefully studied the agreement.

  • Aug 21, 2015

IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano defends plans to inspect prior nuclear sites.

  • Aug 20, 2015

Continued attacks on Afghanistan from groups based across the border remain a concern for the Pentagon.

  • Aug 20, 2015

A visiting U.N. official says he is “absolutely horrified” at conditions there.

  • Aug 17, 2015

The administration has reminded the Chinese government to go through proper U.S. legal channels.

  • Aug 16, 2015

At a ceremony in Havana, Secretary of State John F. Kerry said there had been too many ‘days of suspicion.’

  • Aug 15, 2015

The Quds Force’s Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani is supposed to be subject to a travel ban under U.N. sanctions.

  • Aug 13, 2015

Is it okay to have fun in Cuba again? And can they find a way to engage with both officials and dissidents?

  • Aug 12, 2015

The dismissal follows allegations of sexual assault and indiscriminate killing in the Central African Republic.

  • Aug 12, 2015

In a statement issued by the White House on the eve of the 100th anniversary of what he called the Meds Yeghern, Armenian for “great calamity,” Obama referred to it as a “massacre,” a “terrible carnage,” “horrific violence” and a “dark chapter of history.”

  • Apr 23, 2015
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Karen DeYoung is associate editor and senior national security correspondent for the Washington Post. In more than three decades at the paper, she has served as bureau chief in Latin America and London and correspondent covering the the White House, U.S. foreign policy and the intelligence community, as well as assistant managing editor for national news, national editor and foreign editor. She has won numerous awards for national and international reporting and is the author of “Soldier,” a biography of Colin Powell.
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