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Laris was hired by the Washington Post in 2000 as a cartographer. From 2009 to 2015 he served as deputy director of the graphics department. Currently serves as senior graphics editor/cartographer.
Long overshadowed by conflicts and intrigues elsewhere in the Middle East, Yemen is increasingly hard to ignore.
Seven-game series often have turned on the play of the goaltenders. Here’s how the starting netminders for the Capitals and Golden Knights compare
Kilauea is the world’s longest active volcano.
The strikes by more than 100 missiles appeared to destroy three targets.
The 2017-18 winter was one for the record books
In the Damascus area, Eastern Ghouta is one of a few remaining pockets of opposition control. Syrian ground forces recently broke through rebel lines and have divided the besieged area in two.
The city's biggest reservoir is only filled to 12 percent of its capacity.
Fewer people are dying in terrorist attacks. But the Islamic State continues to be the world's deadliest group.
Just days after intense rains triggered deadly mudslides in Montecito, satellite images reveal the destruction.
While the east coast freezes, the west is warmer than normal.