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James Risen is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Courtesy of Virginia Lozano for The Intercept  
 Investigative reporter James Risen has spent his career revealing the secret…

National security reporter James Risen on fighting his editors and the government

James Risen is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Courtesy of Virginia Lozano for The Intercept Investigative reporter James Risen has spent his career revealing the secret…

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