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Katie Mettler is a general assignment reporter for The Washington Post. She previously worked for the Tampa Bay Times in St. Petersburg, Fla.
The DMV native was a teenage loudmouth on YouTube. Now, she has a deal with Atlantic Records.
A year ago, staff photographer Salwan Georges documented the kind of heartbreak, exhaustion and conflict still unfolding at the border today.
On June 8, 1968, inside St Patrick's Cathedral in New York, the last surviving Kennedy son struggled to maintain his composure as he talked about RFK.
Fifty years after Bobby Kennedy was assassinated, one photographer remembers his ride on the funeral train from New York to D.C.
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The yearly ritual involves freshemen and 50 pounds of butter, vegetable shortening and oil.
Patrisse Cullors and Marley Dias sat down with The Lily at the United State of Women summit in Los Angeles.
The former D.C. powerhouses wish it were easier for working moms to bring their “whole selves” to the office.
The #MeToo founder and the “Insecure” actress had talked in passing, but never in depth — until The Lily brought them together. Here’s what they had to say.