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John Muyskens is a graphics editor at the Washington Post specializing in data reporting. He worked on the Post's Pulitzer-winning "Fatal Force" project to document fatal police shootings.
Super PACs, party committees and other groups are spending hundreds of millions on behalf of House and Senate candidates in the final weeks before the midterm elections. We’re tracking how much is being spent on each race.
Maybe it’s just an anomaly – or maybe it’s something worse
The slow progression of the storm increases the threat for heavy rainfall.
The Washington Post has spent the past year determining how many children have been exposed to gun violence during school hours since the Columbine High massacre in 1999.
The 2017-18 winter was one for the record books
Christopher Steele, a British former intelligence officer, produced 17 reports that allege that the Trump campaign had deep ties to Russia.
While the east coast freezes, the west is warmer than normal.
Wildfires ravaged California’s wine country Monday, burning tens of thousands of acres, destroying multiple buildings and leaving many without power.
Following a pair of explosions Tuesday that killed more than 20 and put the Brussels Airport (BRU) on lockdown, air traffic controllers diverted an estimated 50 planes. This is what it looked like.