Charity Brown

Washington, D.C.

Deputy | Newsroom Product

Charity Brown is deputy director of Newsroom Product and Digital News Projects at The Washington Post. Brown manages third party vendors and partnerships and facilitates internal product solutions. She joined The Post in 2006.
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The Washington Post summer newsroom internships

The Washington Post offers paid summer internships. Come be a reporter, photographer, videographer, multiplatform editor or producer, news designer, graphics reporter or social media producer and audio producer.

August 27, 2021

How much do you know about the total solar eclipse?

The path of totality, corona and umbra: Play and find solar eclipse facts here.

August 18, 2017

Name that 2017 Westminster winner

Ever wonder how the Westminster dogs get their intriguing names?

February 14, 2017

Here’s how the New York and New Jersey bombings unfolded

Here's how events unfolded over the weekend.

September 19, 2016

Brain Hacking: Hot-wired for happiness?

With fiber optics and an infrared ‘jolt,’ scientists test new ways to curb depression.

March 3, 2016

Becoming Nicole

Becoming Nicole They were born identical twin boys, but one always felt he was a girl They were identical twin boys, Wyatt and Jonas Maines, adopted at birth in 1997 by middle-class, conservative parents. Healthy and happy, they were physically indistinguishable from each other, but even as infants their personalities seemed to diverge. By the […]

October 19, 2015

Washington: First in war, first in peace, first in fitness

Most lists of "America's fittest cities" are ridiculous, but this one provides valuable info. D.C. came in first, Indy last.

May 19, 2015

Why France wants to ban super-thin fashion models

The country where fashion matters wants to change the look of the women who walk the runway. Spain, Italy and Israel already have similar physical requirements.

March 19, 2015

More African Americans still die of HIV than whites and Latinos combined, CDC says

But the death rate for blacks is dropping more quickly than for other groups.

February 5, 2015