Writer, Editor, The New York Times
2020欧洲杯滚球Clyde Haberman first worked at The New York Times as a copy boy in 1964, then as a campus correspondent at City College of New York. In 1966, he began reporting for The New York Post, ultimately returning to The Times in 1977 as an editor in the Week in Review section. He went on to become a Metro reporter, City Hall Bureau chief and, from 1982 to 1995, a foreign correspondent based successively in Tokyo, Rome and Jerusalem.
Returning home, he wrote NYC, his twice-a-week column on New York, from 1995 to 2011. In 2009, he was part of a Times team that won the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News, awarded for coverage of the prostitution scandal that led to Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s resignation. In 2011, he started a new online column, The Day, following that with a series of interviews called Breaking Bread.
In 2017 and 2018 Haberman joined the Times editorial board. Since 2014 he has written a regular Times column accompanying Retro Report, a series of video documentaries exploring major news stories of the past and their continuing resonance.
Haberman is the writer and editor of “The Times of the Seventies: The Culture, Politics, and Personalities That Shaped the Decade,” published in 2013 by Black Dog & Leventhal. In 2015, among other journalistic honors, he was inducted into the New York Press Club’s Hall of Fame.