Her father is the chief foreign correspondent of the Cox Newspapers group.
He rose to the rank of chief congressional correspondent in 1961.
He returned to Washington in 1984, becoming the Journal's chief diplomatic correspondent.
Mitchell also covered the White House from 1981 until becoming chief congressional correspondent in 1988.
He was chief correspondent in Moscow for 19 months beginning in 1969.
Matt Bai is the chief political correspondent for the magazine.
In 1925, he was sent to Berlin, where he became chief correspondent.
In 1982, he joined the Washington Times, four months after the paper began, as chief political correspondent.
Around 2000, he was hired by The Observer to serve as its chief foreign correspondent.
He became the newspaper's chief European correspondent and its foreign editor.