23 Facts About James Risen

1. James Risen was ranked as the eighth best pitcher by MetsMinors.

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2. James Risen became the third youngest Cyclone to receive an Opening Day assignment at 20 years and 22 days.

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3. James Risen fought the subpoena, and it expired in the summer of 2009.

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4. James Risen was a member of The New York Times reporting team that was a finalist for the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for international reporting, for coverage of the 1998 bombings of two US embassies in East Africa.

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5. James Risen was a member of The New York Times reporting team that won the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting for coverage of the September 11th attacks and terrorism.

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6. James Risen is currently an investigative reporter for The Intercept.

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7. James Risen graduated from Brown University and received a Master's degree in Journalism at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism (1978).

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8. James Risen has written or co-written many articles concerning US government activities and is the author or co-author of two books about the Central Intelligence Agency and a book about the American public debate about abortion.

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9. James Risen was born on April 27, 1955 and is an American journalist for The Intercept.

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10. James Risen is an experienced investigative journalist, who spent years working at the New York Times.

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11. James Risen responded that Greenwald was "absolutely right" about the Times' failure in 2003, but added, "I believe that you can go too far the other way and not be open enough to facts as they emerge.

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12. James Risen received a second subpoena for grand-jury testimony in late April 2010.

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13. James Risen has covered national security for The New York Times for years.

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14. James Risen becomes the mouthpiece for a US intelligence community anxious to unburden itself of the mistakes and misdeeds of the recent past.

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15. James Risen covers national security for The New York Times.

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16. James Risen was on the New York Times team that first reported, in 2004, that the Bush Administration was using waterboarding as an interrogation tool.

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17. James Risen described to me a call he had with the director of the National Security Agency, Michael Hayden.

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18. James Risen was indeed furious, but he was onto another story, this one about a failed CIA.

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19. James Risen held a variety of newspaper jobs before joining the Los Angeles Times in the mid-1980s.

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20. James Risen was raised in Washington, DC, the youngest of four children in a working-class Catholic family.

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21. James Risen was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, and grew up in Bethesda, Maryland.

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22. James Risen was subpoenaed in relation to the case in 2008.

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23. James Risen is an American journalist for The Intercept.

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