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Neely Tucker

ReporterWashington, D.C.


“Once a Crooked Man” follows the travails of a young actor who tries to foil the gangsters.

  • Jan 19, 2016

As governor, he moved fast to end affirmative action in his state. The result wasn’t “One Florida.”

  • Jan 7, 2016

The Body’s 1998 gubernatorial victory gives The Donald hope that he can win the White House.

  • Oct 8, 2015

Anti-Muslim comments by Trump and Carson were just a warm-up for panelists at the Values Voter Summit.

  • Oct 1, 2015

A 1,100-mile trip across the last state to fly the symbol revealed that it is in no hurry to leave its past behind and retire the flag.

  • Aug 18, 2015

In an opinion article in the Wall Street Journal, Tonja B. Carter explains how she found “Go Set a Watchman.”

  • Jul 13, 2015

The man accused in the Charleston shootings visited plantations, a slave port and a Confederacy museum.

  • Jul 1, 2015

The accused Charleston gunman made visits to plantations, a slave port and a Confederacy museum.

  • Jul 1, 2015

Jabari Asim, tonight at Busboys and Poet

  • Jun 18, 2015

Hemphill gallery mounts what may be a final show with the great Southern artist’s participation.

  • Jun 11, 2015
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Neely Tucker is a staff writer in the Sunday Magazine. He has reported from more than 50 countries around the world and from two dozen of these United States. He is the author of “Love in the Driest Season.” A native of Mississippi, he now lives with his family just outside of D.C. He is an embarrassingly huge fan of Mississippi State and the New Orleans Saints.
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