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Guy Taylor is the National Security Team Leader at The Washington Times, overseeing the paper's State Department, Pentagon and intelligence community coverage. He's also a frequent guest on The McLaughlin Group and C-SPAN.
His series on political, economic and security developments in Mexico won a 2012 Virginia Press Association award.
Prior to rejoining The Times in 2011, his work was supported by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and the Fund For Investigative Journalism, and appeared in a variety publications, from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to Salon, Reason, Prospect Magazine of London, the Daily Star of Beirut, the Jerusalem Post and the St. Petersburg Times. He's also served as an editor at World Politics Review, written for America's Quarterly and produced news videos and feature stories for Agence France-Presse.
Mr. Taylor is a graduate of Clark University. After a stint at States News Service, he spent five years at The Times from 2001 through 2006, first on the metro desk and later reporting from Iraq, Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe and Guantanamo Bay, in addition to pursuing special assignments throughout the U.S. He was part of a team of Times reporters who won a Society of Professional Journalists award for their coverage of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
He can be reached at email@example.com.
Articles by Guy Taylor
America's top intelligence official acknowledged Tuesday that President Obama and other senior White House officials were well aware of U.S. surveillance activities targeting leaders of friendly foreign nations — a stark contradiction of the administration's insinuation in recent days that the president was unaware of such spying. Published October 29, 2013
- Armed agents seize records of reporter, Washington Times prepares legal action
Published October 25, 2013
- Syria seen as haven for Mideast terrorists who can launch attacks on West
Published October 23, 2013
- Netanyahu sees progress in Iran nuke talks
Published October 23, 2013
- Saudis want more action from U.S. in Syrian crisis
Published October 22, 2013
- Kerry faces firestorm in France over NSA snooping
Published October 21, 2013
- Cautious optimism surfaces amid progress in Iranian nuclear talks
Published October 16, 2013
- Caution voiced on Iran's nuclear program proposal; Israel still wary
Published October 15, 2013
- U.S. allies let funds flow to al Qaeda in Syria
Published October 13, 2013
- Drone strikes plummet as U.S. seeks more human intelligence
Published October 9, 2013