The Washington Post

Pam Tobey

Graphics editorWashington, D.C.


Apple’s rivals and other global companies are putting their own twist on the tech giant’s misfortunes.

  • Sep 29, 2014

People just love to jump this fence — or ram cars into it.

  • Sep 26, 2014

The most famous recent incident of a palace intruder was when a man chatted with the Queen in her bedroom in 1982 — but they go back at least as far as Queen Victoria.

  • Sep 24, 2014

The volcano in Iceland has attracted attention, but the U.S. has more volcanoes that threaten danger.

  • Sep 11, 2014

  • Sep 5, 2014

It’s too much trouble to steal fancier models.

  • Aug 22, 2014

Although worries are still higher than before the financial collapse, the labor force is getting some of its swagger back.

  • Aug 20, 2014

Nevada had 38 wiretaps authorized for every 500,000 people — the most-wiretapped state by a large margin.

  • Aug 15, 2014

Although credit card losses in Europe topped $2 billion in 2013, that’s still less than losses in the United States.

  • Aug 14, 2014

California provides a portrait of how hospice profits have grown. Since 2002, annual net operating profits have grown by more than tenfold after adjusting for inflation — from $25 million to $265 million, according to a Washington Post analysis of state filings.

  • Dec 26, 2013
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Pam Tobey is the graphics editor of the Morning Mix Web team at The Washington Post and a member of the Presentation Desk’s Information Design graphics team.

She began at the Post in 1984, and has worked on the print side creating information graphics, illustrations and other visuals for most of the sections of the paper, and static and interactive graphics for the digital side. She graduated with a journalism degree from Texas Women’s University and began as a reporter at the Beaumont Enterprise and graphic artist at the Austin American-Statesman before moving to Washington, D.C.
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