Doyle McManus
Journalist and Author
Contributing Writer, Los Angeles Times

Twitter: @doylemcmanus

     Doyle McManus has reported from Washington, D.C., the Middle East, Europe and Latin America for more than 35 years, covering wars, revolutions and presidential campaigns. He has worked as a foreign correspondent, White House correspondent and Washington bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times.
     His column now appears on the op-ed page of the
Los Angeles Times and is syndicated to other newspapers worldwide.
  He also appears on PBS’s ‘‘Washington Week” and on National Public Radio
      McManus is a four-time winner of the National Press Club's Hood Award for reporting on foreign policy. He is coauthor of three books, including the 1988 bestseller Landslide: The Unmaking of the President.   
     You'll find his work in the Los Angeles Times, on PBSs "Washington Week," on Twitter @doylemcmanusand in other newspapers including the Chicago Tribune, Miami Herald, Dallas Morning News, Baltimore Sun, Newsday, Philadelphia Inquirer, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Columbus Dispatch and Charlotte Observer.
   Here's a direct link to his recent columns.