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David Shribman

David Shribman
Executive editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

David Shribman, executive editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, won a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of U.S. politics.

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Opinion
The day America vowed to defend Canada David Shribman
Analysis
Trump’s full-throttle effort in Congressional campaigns could backfire David Shribman
Analysis
‘Emoluments’ clause of U.S. Constitution could be Trump’s undoing David Shribman
Analysis
Donald Trump’s Finland summit performance hangs heavily over U.S. mid-term elections Subscriber content David Shribman
Analysis
Supreme Court nomination will touch off most important battle of Trump era – with Democrats at big disadvantage David Shribman
Analysis
Despite repeated attacks against the press, journalists continue to soldier on David Shribman
Analysis
Trump’s dream of a conservative Supreme Court is now within reach. Can the Democrats stop him? Subscriber content David Shribman
Analysis
‘It’s ironic’: The prime ministerial role Donald Trump craves David Shribman
Analysis
Imbroglio over immigration stands as a symbol of multiple aspects of contemporary America David Shribman
Trump’s reluctance to veer from his base sets him apart from his predecessors David Shribman
Analysis
At a moment of salutes and farewells, this may be John McCain’s greatest moment David Shribman
How Trump’s withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal could play out David Shribman
Book Review
Review: Ronan Farrow’s War on Peace doggedly examines the decline of U.S. diplomacy
ANALYSIS
As with most things, Trump looks to break the mold on a North Korea deal
Opinion
Barbara Bush was an enforcer with an indomitable spirit David Shribman
Analysis
With Syrian air strike, Trump reopens long-standing question of who in U.S. can authorize, wage war David Shribman
Opinion
Syria, Russia, Mueller, Ryan: The crises are suddenly multiplying for Donald Trump David Shribman
Opinion
The lost art of the political speech
Book Review
Review: Robert Wuthnow looks at what’s really fuelling rage in Trump’s rural America
Analysis
When Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg takes the congressional hot seat, it will be part theatre and part prosecution