caption New York Times reporter Ali Watkins source Screenshot/PBS News Ali Watkins, a New York Times national security reporter whose communications were secretly seized by the government earlier this year, will be reassigned from the paper’s DC bureau to its New York City office. The Times revealed last month that Watkins carried on a three-year relationship with top Senate Intelligence Committee aide during the time she reported on the committee’s work. “I respect and understand the Times’ review and agree that I should have handled aspects of my past relationships and disclosures differently,” Watkins wrote in a Tuesday statement. Ali Watkins, a New York Times national security reporter whose communications were secretly seized by the government earlier this year, will be reassigned from the paper’s Washington, DC bureau to its New York City office. The Times revealed last month that Watkins, 26, carried on a years-long affair with a top aide on the Senate Intelligence Committee, which she covered extensively for several other news outlets before being hired at the Times in December 2017. James Wolfe, the 57-year-old aide, was arrested last month and charged with lying to the FBI about his communications with Watkins and three other reporters. The… Read full this story
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