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Eileen Sullivan

Eileen Sullivan is the New York Times' Washington morning breaking news correspondent, where she covers news from the White House and Capitol Hill. She is a veteran wire service reporter and worked for a decade at The Associated Press, where she covered homeland security, counterterrorism and law enforcement. She and three A.P. colleagues won the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting in 2012 for their work revealing the New York Police Department’s Muslim spying programs. A graduate of Villanova University, she lives in Washington with her family.