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The action enables broadcasting overseer Michael Pack to alter news and editorial decisions at federally run news agencies.

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force’s proposed guideline change would remove barriers to insurance coverage for patients between 45 and 49, with broad implications on access to care.

Washington Post editors and reporters have curated a list of the best gifts to get you through this holiday season, keeping price and shipping constraints in mind. Remember it’s extra important this year to order early, as more people than average will be mailing their presents.

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This election cycle, Mark Putnam may be in a position to sway some consequential races.

  • Amanda FitzSimons
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How to fry oysters to crisp perfection — no matter where the bivalves come from.

At this Petworth ramen shop, chef-owner Eric Yoo ladles out escapes from a turbulent world.

At this point in the coronavirus pandemic, I still don't know if we made the right decision.

  • Nicole Slaughter Graham
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Even typically neutral anchors have adopted a stern, sharp-edged approach with slippery Team Trump interview subjects. It’s made for some compelling TV news.

Helpful tips include setting up your medication and healthy routines in advance, knowing your triggers and figuring out ways to stay connected.

  • Chelsea Cirruzzo
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“A flawed election is not a failed election,” the scholar said.

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Washington Post reporter Salvador Rizzo explains how and why he gives ‘Pinocchios’ to politicians’ statements.

After George Floyd's killing, Linda Harris was inspired to retrace Tubman’s journey from Cambridge, Md., to Kennett Square, Pa. She found some kindred spirits.

  • Sydney Page
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How the social media giant’s whims hurt Mother Jones and Courier Newsroom — while conservative publications flourish.

Writers for “The Walking Dead,” “The Good Place,” “Handmaid’s Tale” and others give notes on America’s least plausible — yet most realistic — show.

Friend sends travel reports from long-ago trips, and reader would like to ignore them.

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