Lauren Katzenberg

Lauren Katzenberg is the editor of New York Times' At War channel. She is also cofounder of Task & Purpose and served as managing editor from 2014 until 2018. Prior to launching Task & Purpose, Lauren lived in Namibia on a wildlife sanctuary for injured and orphans animals and spent two years in Afghanistan working with local filmmakers and journalists.

Recent articles from Lauren Katzenberg

President Donald Trump, right, shakes hands with Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, left, at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, where he announced that McMaster will be the new national security adviser.
5 Powerful Lessons That Gen McMaster Brings To The White House
Here are five quotes that express the leadership and insight Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster brings to the White House.
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Family & Relationships
Sorry, But Research Shows Marriage Is Better For Men Than Being Single
Here are three findings that show married guys are better off compared to single guys.
Andre The Giant Will Be Memorialized In Upcoming HBO Documentary
The lovable giant will be the focus of a new documentary collaboration between WWE, HBO, and Bill Simmons Media Group.
With the assistance of his interpreter, 1st Lt. Eric Baca (center), a native of Houston, and platoon leader, Quick Reaction Force, Company A, 209th Aviation Support Battalion, 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, Task Force Lobo, communicates with a local Iraqi leader in Albu Hamad, a small village just outside of Tikrit, Iraq, Dec. 20.
What Trump’s Travel Ban Means For Iraqi Interpreters Who Served Alongside US Troops
Task & Purpose spoke to Matt Zeller, an advocate for Afghan and Iraqi interpreters, about what Trump’s travel ban means for Iraqis who supported troops during the U.S. war effort.