Doyle McManus
Journalist and Author
Washington Columnist, Los Angeles Times
Director, Journalism Program, Georgetown University 

     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 appears twice a week in the
Los Angeles Times and is syndicated to other newspapers worldwide.
  He has appeared frequently on PBS’s ‘‘Washington Week” and National Public Radio
      McManus is a four-time winner of the National Press Club's Edwin Hood Award for reporting on foreign policy. He has also won awards for international reporting from Georgetown University and the American Academy of Diplomacy.
      He is coauthor of three books, including the 1988 bestseller Landslide: The Unmaking of the President.   In 2018, he was named director of Georgetown University's program in journalism.

     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.