Adam Goldman

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Adam Goldman
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Goldman at the 2018 Pulitzer Prizes
NationalityAmerican
EducationB.A. University of Maryland
OccupationJournalist

Adam Goldman is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist.[1][2][3] He received the award for covering the New York Police Department's spying program that monitored daily life in Muslim communities and for his coverage of the Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.[4]

Adam Goldman has been a reporter with the national security team at the Washington Post from 2013 to 2016.[1] He joined the New York Times in August 2016 where he covers the FBI and counterterrorism.[5]

Goldman graduated from the University of Maryland in 1995[6] and has written the book Enemies Within with Matt Apuzzo.[7]

Career

Adam Goldman moved to Israel after college and returned to the U.S. in 1998.[6] Goldman skipped journalism school and instead started to work at newspapers in Virginia and Alabama where he covered police officers and city hall. He joined the Associated Press (AP) Las Vegas bureau in 2002.[6][2] At AP Goldman covered gambling and tourism in Las Vegas.[6] He moved to New York as an assignment reporter in 2005 and covered many breaking stories such as a Miracle on the Hudson and an attempted 2009 plot to bomb the subway system.[3]

Adam Goldman and Matt Apuzzo have reported on a secret CIA prison in Romania.[8]

Achievements and Honors

Goldman is the recipient of journalism awards that include:

  • The 2018 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting
  • The 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting[6][2]
  • The Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting[9]
  • The George Polk Award for Investigative Reporting[2]
  • The Edgar A. Poe Award from the White House Correspondents Association[10]
  • The 2014 Shadid Award Winner with Matt Apuzzo and Ted Bridis[11]

Adam Goldman is also the co-author of Enemies Within: Inside the NYPD’s Secret Spying Unit and bin Laden’s Final Plot Against America. Adam Goldman and Matt Apuzzo collaborated in writing this book.[2]

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