Michael Crowley (journalist)
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Michael Crowley is a senior correspondent and deputy Washington bureau chief for Time magazine.
From 2000 to 2010 he was a writer for The New Republic where he covered domestic politics and foreign policy. He was also a reporter at the Boston Globe. His work has also been published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, GQ, New York and Slate. Michael Crichton allegedly based a minor character on him in his novel Next.
His recent article on Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, published on Time Magazine, has sparked controversy in Mexico where his credibility is being questioned amidst proof that the Mexican government paid Time Warner $44,000; although it is still uncertain if the money was used to pay for the article that Crowley wrote.
Crowley is married to Sarah McDonald, a program manager in Washington for the Aspen Institute. Here, she is responsible for developing policies and leadership programs to assist low-income families break the poverty cycle. She obtained her degree from Barnard College and later received her master's degree in social work from New York University. Crowley is the son of Phyllis F. Crowley and Joseph D. Crowley. His mother is a photographer and his father is the president of the New Haven Terminal.
- Time articles and blogs
- "Warren Buffett's Nuclear Investment," Time magazine, Jan. 4, 2011
- New Republic bio and articles
- "Our Man in Kabul?" The New Republic, March 9, 2010
- "The Reinvention of Robert Gates," The New Republic, Nov. 9, 2009.
- "What Does Rudy Giuliani Want?" New York, Oct. 25, 2009.
- "Hillary's War," The New Republic, April 2, 2007.
- "Salter Ego", The New Republic, July 30, 2008.
- "The Stuff Sam Nunn’s Nightmares Are Made Of," New York Times Magazine, Feb. 25, 2007
- "Can Lobbyists Stop the War?" New York Times Magazine, Sept. 9, 2007.
- "Columnist Accuses Crichton of Literary Hit-and-Run," The New York Times, Dec. 14, 2006.
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