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Among the many changes- two new developers will join the Politics team to build new tools and features. The Fix and Post Politics blogs also expand to include even more bylines.
In the summer of 2011, Secret Service agents responsible for monitoring the White House grounds were reassigned to help protect an agency staffer who was a close friend of the Secret Service director. The agents involved were members of a special unit called Prowler, which is responsible for monitoring the White House perimeter. The unit is especially focused on the South Lawn between 15th and 17th Streets NW, when the president is leaving or arriving via helicopter and motorcade.
The senator's criticism of Alfonso Fanjul's visits to the country, which is under a trade embargo, was softer than the reactions of other Cuban Americans.
Sugar tycoon and longtime anti-Castro exile leader Alfonso Fanjul has quietly traveled to Cuba and is open to doing business there prompted an angry response Monday from a Cuban American member of Congress, who called Fanjul's actions "pathetic" and "shameful."
After decades of funding the anti-Castro movement, Alfonso Fanjul has quietly engaged with Cuba's regime.
The Post's coverage of NSA wins the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service and WP national reporter Eli Saslow is honored with the Pulitzer for Explanatory Reporting.
Biden's brother James B. Biden Sr. and sister-in-law Sarah Jones Biden have purchased a five-acre, oceanfront estate in Naples.
As contentious farm-bill negotiations continue, this industry's decades-old safety net still has bipartisan support.
Executives, lobbyists and lawmakers at the center of efforts to maintain protections for this farming sector.
Alan Gross's letter urging the president to intervene comes on the fourth anniversary of his arrest.
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