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Gabriel Florit is a graphics reporter on the investigative team. Before joining The Washington Post in March 2017, he spent four years as a graphics reporter at the Boston Globe.
This strange skull may have come from a rare dinosaur — or from a Triceratops with an odd nose.
The slow progression of the storm increases the threat for heavy rainfall.
Each of the last 10 home run derbies has featured at least one of baseball’s top five home run hitters — until this year.
Since Trump took office, his luxury hotel in Washington has emerged as a political power hub – and is now at the center of a court case about presidential emoluments.
The untold story of a river of rescue donations flowing to commercial breeders
More than 187,000 students have been exposed to gun violence at school since Columbine, The Washington Post found. Many are never the same.
In the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history, The Post asked readers whether we’re doing enough to prevent these attacks.
Where Mexico's earthquakes have struck
Millions of people in Texas and Louisiana are caught in the most extreme rain event in U.S. history