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NY Times Washington Bureau Chief David Leonhardt to Step Down, Carolyn Ryan to Take Over [Updated]

NYtimes buildingPolitico is reporting that David Leonhardt, The New York Times’ Washington bureau chief, is stepping down and will be replaced by Carolyn Ryan, the Times’ political editor.

Leonhardt has been with the Times since 1999, and was named Washington bureau chief in 2011. He succeeded Dean Baquet, who was bumped up to managing editor.

Ryan was named political editor in May of this year. She previously served as the paper’s metro editor.

We reached out to the Times for comment and further information. We’ll update when we hear back.

Update (12:55 pm):
Jill Abramson sent out a memo explaining the changes. Leonhardt will now oversee a new vertical that will focus on the intersection of data and news (read: a new FiveThirtyEight). Also, the Times is launching a “tip sheet” startup for fans of Washington. Carl Hulse will be managing it. See below for Abramson’s full note.

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Carl Hulse Named New York Times Washington Editor

Carl Hulse has been promoted from deputy Washington bureau chief to Washington editor. Hulse has been deputy chief since August of 2011. Prior to that he served as the Times’ chief congressional correspondent.

Hulse first joined the Times in 2001 as night editor. A year after that he began covering Congress was named chief congressional correspondent in 2006.

In related news, Elisabeth Bumiller and Bill Hamilton have been named deputy Washington bureau chiefs.