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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.
Photo and video of ‘catastrophic’ damage in Hurricane Michael’s historic path
There’s a history of strategic, often disastrous, brand changes in this country — and this magazine.
Photos and videos of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony show the broad range of emotions he conveyed Thursday — from defiance to sadness.
Photo and video of these proceedings starkly contrast the tone and optics from 27 years ago, when Anita Hill accused a different Supreme Court nominee of sexual misconduct.
Ahead of Kavanaugh’s hearing, photo and video take us inside the 1991 proceedings involving Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas.
From a helicopter, staff photographer Carolyn Van Houten documented the devastation.
Photo and video show Carolinians emerging to a landscape battered by Hurricane Florence.
With a 400-mile wide zone of tropical-storm-force winds, Florence barreled toward the Carolinas Thursday and made landfall Friday morning.
Authorities say the 24-year-old man charged with murder in the case is an undocumented immigrant, which his lawyer disputes.