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Reuben Fischer-Baum is an assignment editor on the graphics team of The Washington Post. He previously worked at FiveThirtyEight and Deadspin. He joined The Post in 2017.
From the race course to the basketball court, the same relentless drive that powers a campaign fuels some politicians’ athletic pursuits.
Explore the key phrases and names that appear throughout the 448-page document.
A Washington Post analysis of more than 5,600 social media posts shows which issues candidates talked up in March.
Paper forms are out. The internet and mobile phones are in. Here’s what you can expect.
House Democrats and New York investigators are looking at Trump’s ‘statements of financial condition,’ which contained exaggerations and were submitted to financial institutions
Mueller’s investigation lasted nearly two years. Here’s how public perception of how he was handling it changed.
Acclaimed for nurturing talent over 39 years as Blue Devils coach, Mike Krzyzewski has fully embraced recruiting and playing freshmen who likely won’t return to school after one season.
Trump’s speech was riddled with bipartisan appeals. Did that work, based on how his audience responded?
Every president adds some new words to the presidential lexicon.
The plan will fall hard on people living in states with high home values and high property taxes