Tracy Wilkinson, Los Angeles Times

Tracy Wilkinson

Los Angeles Times

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Los Angeles Times
Past:
  • The Union-Tribune
  • Orlando Sentinel
  • Hartford Courant
  • chicagotribune.com
  • Sun Sentinel
  • The Denver Post
  • The Morning Call

Recent articles by Tracy:

U.S. announces a brief truce with the Taliban in Afghanistan, as a prelude to possible negotiations

The administration announced a weeklong truce with the Taliban in Afghanistan, a possible step toward Trump's goal of ending America's longest war. → Read More

Venezuela moves U.S. oil execs to a harsher jail after Trump hosts opposition leader

It was a few days before Thanksgiving when Tomeu Vadell received the phone call at his home in Lake Charles, La., summoning him to a routine board meeting in Venezuela of the CITGO oil firm that had employed him for more than 30 years. → Read More

As Arab nations reject Trump plan for Middle East, Kushner blames those who took no part: Palestinians

Jared Kushner is ramping up his rhetoric against Palestinians after the release of Trump's controversial Middle East plan. → Read More

Netanyahu indicted in Israel as he joins Trump at White House to unveil an unlikely peace plan

As Trump prepares to unveil a plan to ease the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is indicted at home for alleging accepting millions of dollars in bribes. → Read More

Pompeo bars NPR reporter from his plane

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo bars an NPR reporter from his plane after confrontation with network over his profanity-laced attack on its interviewer. → Read More

Trump touts plan to resolve Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Trump hosts Israel’s two top political figures to share a U.S. proposal to bring Mideast peace -- one that is likely to fail given the lack of Palestinian involvement. → Read More

Trump administration announces new rules limiting visas for pregnant foreign women

The Trump administration will impose restrictions on visas for pregnant foreign women to prevent 'birth tourism' aimed at gaining U.S. citizenship for the child. → Read More

News Analysis: Back-channel efforts to ease U.S.-Iran tensions are underway but face long odds

Appeals from third parties for Iran and the U.S. to talk to each other are growing, but a diplomatic exit to the hostilities appears distant. → Read More

Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido takes new oath amid chaos

Venezuela faces a fight over control of the legislature → Read More

News Analysis: Will Iran resume and accelerate its race for nuclear weapons?

Iran's predictable announcement Sunday that it will no longer abide by the most important limits in the 2015 landmark nuclear deal could place Tehran back on the headlong pursuit of nuclear weapons, one of the unintended consequences of the U.S. assassination of Iranian Gen. → Read More

After canine deaths, State Department stops sending dogs on overseas assignments

After a rash of canine deaths, the U.S. government has stopped sending dogs for official overseas assignments. → Read More

Democrats cite civil rights in impeachment fight

Some Democrats, representing people of color long voiceless in national debate, described the impeachment fight as a question of minority rights. → Read More

Trump heads to NATO summit as impeachment looms

President Trump leaves Monday for a two-day NATO summit in London, his first foreign trip since the House impeachment hearings began. → Read More

U.S. military aid to Lebanon on hold amid unprecedented protests

U.S. military aid to Lebanon has been suspended by the Trump administration with little explanation, even as the nation teeters toward meltdown. → Read More

Would impeachment inquiry hurt a Pompeo run for Senate?

Republicans are urging Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo to return to Kansas and run for the Senate, but testimony in the impeachment inquiry could complicate his path. → Read More

Newly released documents reveal Rudy Giuliani's motivations

Freshly released State Department documents shed new light on why Rudolph W. Giuliani worked to have the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine removed. → Read More

Confusion and uncertainty deepen in Israel as Netanyahu fights for political survival

It remains unclear whether Benjamin Netanyahu, the first sitting prime minister of Israel to be indicted on criminal charges, will be forced to quit. → Read More

Ukraine's young corruption fighters struggle against elites

President Trump portrays Ukraine as a netherworld infested by corruption, which he says justifies his interaction with President Volodymyr Zelensky. In fact, an entire generation of younger Ukrainians is fighting corruption; they speak English, aspire to Western values, reject their country’s… → Read More

Tensions spike in Washington as Turkey's Erdogan visits White House

The Turkish president's meeting with Trump in the Oval Office drew sharp bipartisan criticism from Congress and rallied protesters across Washington. → Read More

William Taylor, with little green notebook and Eagle Scout style, makes for a strong witness

Taylor has emerged as a key witness in the impeachment inquiry after delivering explosive closed-door testimony to congressional investigators Oct. 22. → Read More