National Security Correspondent; The Wall Street Journal
Adam Entous is the national security correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, covering the military, the intelligence community, and the White House. Prior to joining the Journal’s Washington bureau, Mr. Entous was the military affairs and intelligence correspondent for Reuters. Mr. Entous joined Reuters in New York in 1993 to cover financial markets and economics and later moved to Washington to cover economics, Congress, and international trade. After 9/11, he became White House correspondent. In 2006, Mr. Entous left to become senior correspondent based in Jerusalem, where he reported on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and wars in the region, before returning to Washington in 2009.