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Antonia Noori Farzan is a reporter on The Washington Post's Morning Mix team. Before joining The Post, she was a staff writer at the Phoenix New Times.
The viral video inspired calls for the rapper to run for president, deliver the State of the Union address or get her own cable news show.
“I’m just totally exhausted from looking day in and day out,” said Frank Koloski.
Within hours, Will Novak had raised more money than he needed for the trip.
The 24/7 breakfast chain says that the two employees responsible have been fired.
San Antonio police officials believe that 8-month-old King Jay Davila is likely dead, and have charged the boy's father, grandmother and cousin with evidence tampering.
The three men, Joshua Porter, Stephen Biernacki and James Lacey, had been fishing for Dungeness crab when their boat capsized off the Oregon coast.
Thanks to Cristian Rodriguez, the FBI was able to listen in on hundreds of incriminating phone calls between Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman and other members of the Sinaloa Cartel.
The woman, whose name has been withheld by officials, has been ordered to pay fines for hunting out of season.
Described as a “legendary figure” and “a respected newsroom leader and consummate insider,” Susan Zirinsky is ascending the corporate ladder during a tumultuous time in the network’s history.
The memorable epithets easily lend themselves to hashtags, memes and headlines. But whether they're a productive way of calling attention to the experiences of black Americans is a matter of debate.