Travis Lyles selected by Forbes for its 2023 “30 Under 30 Media"

Lyles joins a prestigious cohort of honorees chosen for the annual list that spotlights young journalists, authors, creators and entrepreneurs driving news and content.

By WashPostPRDecember 2, 2022

Special Climate Envoy John Kerry, Sen. Mitt Romney, Bill Nye, SLC Mayor Erin Mendenhall and Mo Ibrahim join Washington Post Live’s week-long series “This is Climate”

The new, special week-long series will discuss climate change, the climate policy addressing it and innovative solutions.

By WashPostPRDecember 2, 2022

Morning Mix announces the addition of staff writers Kyle Melnick, Praveena Somasundaram and Daniel Wu

Melnick Kyle covered high school sports for The Post for five years and Somasundaram and Wu joined The Post as interns in June.

By WashPostPRDecember 2, 2022

“Newsprint”: a new feature revealing what subscribers loved most

The Washington Post launches “Newsprint,” an interactive feature presenting a subscriber’s most read news topics, journalists and stories from the past year.

By WashPostPRNovember 30, 2022

Szu Yu Chen joins The Post as a graphics reporter

Chen previously worked as a data journalist and graphics reporter at the Los Angeles Times, where she worked extensively on the midterms

By WashPostPRNovember 29, 2022

Lauren Weber joins The Post as an accountability reporter focused on disinformation

Weber will examine the forces promoting scientific and medical disinformation on subjects such as vaccines, drugs, nutritional supplements and health-care treatments.

By WashPostPRNovember 29, 2022

Lenny Bernstein takes on new role on the Health and Science team

In his new role, Bernstein will explore how the chase for profit in medicine undermines patient care.

By WashPostPRNovember 29, 2022

Michael Coren joins The Post as writer of “Climate Coach”

Coren will be the writer of “Climate Coach,” a new column and newsletter that will help readers navigate the choices they face when seeking to live a more climate and environmentally friendly life.

By WashPostPRNovember 28, 2022

Visual storytelling, global reporting and insights drive The Washington Post’s expanded climate and environment coverage

The Post builds on its high-impact, award-winning climate journalism by more than doubling staff and introducing new columns and coverage areas to illuminate one of the world’s most consequential stories.

By WashPostPRNovember 28, 2022

Ana Campoy joins Climate & Environment department as assignment editor

Ana Campoy joins Climate & Environment department as assignment editor

By WashPostPRNovember 25, 2022

Steve Hendrix named Local Enterprise reporter

In his new role, Hendrix will write a mix of local, national and foreign stories, with periodic fill-in stints overseas.

By WashPostPRNovember 23, 2022

Cat Zakrzewski, Gerrit De Vynck, Niha Masih and Shibani Mahtani honored with the South Asian Journalists Association’s Business Reporting award

Zakrzewski, De Vynck, Masih and Mahtini were recognized for Facebook Under Fire, an installment of The Post's Facebook Papers investigation.

By WashPostPRNovember 21, 2022

Niha Masih and Joanna Slater honored with the South Asian Journalists Association’s 2022 Daniel Pearl Award

Masih and Slater were selected as winners of the award for their 2021 India Under Surveillance series

By WashPostPRNovember 21, 2022

Nilo Tabrizy joins The Post as a visual forensics reporter

Nilo Tabrizy joins The Post as a visual forensics reporter

By WashPostPRNovember 21, 2022

The Post announces new leadership for Opinion section

The section will now have four deputy opinion editors with new or expanded responsibilities.

By WashPostPRNovember 18, 2022

Highlights from the 2022 Washington Post Live Global Women’s Summit

Top women leaders from the highest levels of government, innovative activists and courageous truth tellers convened for a day-long program examining the complicated dynamics in today’s world.

By WashPostPRNovember 17, 2022

Dr. Shirlene Obuobi joins The Post as a Well+Being regular contributor

Dr. Obuobi will write a monthly column about navigating the medical system and create an accompanying comic panel, offering a behind the scenes look at the challenges faced by both doctors and patients.

By WashPostPRNovember 17, 2022

Tom Hamburger to retire after 48 years in journalism, a decade at The Post

Hamburger has distinguished himself as a dogged reporter with a knack for revealing how powerful forces manipulate politics and government to serve their own ends, as well as an unfailingly generous and loyal colleague who constantly makes those around him better.

By WashPostPRNovember 16, 2022

Jack Stripling joins The Post’s education team as an investigative reporter

Stripling will help The Post hold universities accountable by seeking scoops about campuses and administrators across the country.

By WashPostPRNovember 15, 2022

Personal tech coverage grows with launch of “The Tech Friend” newsletter from The Washington Post

The newsletter will build off of the core value of “Help Desk,” The Post’s popular personal tech vertical, which serves as a trusted resource that empowers millions of readers. “The Tech Friend” will launch on November 22.

By WashPostPRNovember 15, 2022