Stephanie McCrummen

ReporterWashington, D.C.

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Almost a year ago, Creigh Deeds’s mentally ill son attacked him with a knife before committing suicide. Now the Virginia state senator struggles with unending what-ifs.

  • Nov 1, 2014

Yale law professor Eugene Fidell said he met with the soldier last week and would be present when he is interviewed by Army.

  • Jul 16, 2014

His family wants to help but he can’t be involuntarily committed. They can only hope he gets better — or worse.

  • Jun 28, 2014

Initial investigation hasn’t found evidence of misconduct by former prisoner, Army officials say.

  • Jun 25, 2014

The former prisoner of the Haqqani network was flown to an Army hospital in Texas.

  • Jun 12, 2014

Bergdahl was discharged from Coast Guard for psychological reasons, friends say. Then he joined the Army.

  • Jun 11, 2014

Those who knew the soldier are glad he’s safe but worried about the toll his years of captivity may have taken.

  • Jun 2, 2014

Service members who are sexually assaulted face agonizing decisions about speaking up or staying silent.

  • Apr 12, 2014

The Affordable Care Act took effect Jan.1. Soon after, the newly insured in Kentucky’s rural Breathitt County started trickling in.

  • Feb 1, 2014

The movement, which is facing low popularity in polls, is hoping to strengthen its grass-roots efforts.

  • Dec 17, 2013
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About
Stephanie McCrummen is a national reporter for The Washington Post. Before that, she was the paper’s East Africa bureau chief. She’s also written about the suburban housing boom and education reform, among other subjects. She joined the Post in December 2004 from Newsday in New York. She is originally from Birmingham, Alabama.
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