The Washington Post’s Adam Goldman Is Headed to The New York Times

And everyone's excited about his reunion with Matt Apuzzo.

The New York Times snags Washington Post national security reporter Adam Goldman, who will join the Washington bureau later this month, covering counterterrorism and the FBI. Goldman has been at the Post since 2013. Prior to that, he had been a reporter at the Associated Press for over a decade and covered Los Vegas, New York and national security during his time there.

Goldman is the co-author of the book Enemies Within: Inside the NYPD’s Secret Spying Unit and Bin Laden’s Final Plot Against America. Written with Matt Apuzzo, it is based off of Apuzzo and Goldman’s (along with Eileen Sullivan and Chris Hawley) Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative series about NYPD surveillance.

The series was written while they were both at AP, which both would later leave, with Apuzzo heading to The New York Times and Goldman to the Post.

Upon hearing the news, first delivered by WaPo’s Wesley Lowery, later expanded upon by Politico, Twitter went wild (so we’re embellishing a little) at the thought of the soon to be realized Goldman/Matt Apuzzo reunion.