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Keller, Bill

Born: 1949 AD
Currently alive, at 69 years of age.
1.8 (36.67%) 6 votes

1949 – Born on the 18th of January.

1970 – Graduating from Pomona College where he began his journalistic career by founding an independent newspaper called The Collage.

1984 – Reporter in the Washington, D.C. bureau.

1986 – Reporter in the Moscow bureau.

1988 – Bureau chief in the Moscow bureau.

1989 – Keller won a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on the breakup of the former Soviet Union.

1992 – Bureau chief in the Johannesburg bureau.

1995 – Foreign editor in the New York City bureau.

1997 – Managing editor in the New York City bureau.

2001 – Op ed columnist and senior writer in the New York City bureau.

2003 – Executive editor in the New York City bureau from July to the present.

         – Keller was one of the leading liberal supporters of the invasion of Iraq, explaining his backing for military action in his article ‘The I-Can’t-Believe-I’m-A-Hawk Club’.

2005 – Keller spoke on the 6th of July in defense of Judith Miller and her refusal to give up documents relating to the Valerie Plame case.

1.8 (36.67%) 6 votes