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September 11, 2007 The New York Times is reshuffling its Boston and Miami bureau chiefs, with the latter's Abby Goodnough tapped to become the former, while Damien Cave -- one of the few and the brave Times reporters who volunteered for Baghdad on this latest go-round -- will return to the States early next year to take over in Miami... Three changes at the Washington Post as well: Rachel Haritgan Shea has been promoted to cultural editor, replacing Jabari Asim, who left last month to head up The Crisis (the magazine published by the NAACP); Kristen Mack comes aboard as government and politics ...
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