Statement from a coalition of news organizations regarding the detention of WSJ’s Evan Gershkovich in Russia

The Post and a coalition of news organizations call for Gershkovich's immediate release.

By WashPostPRMarch 31, 2023

Martine Powers and Elahe Izadi to be honored with a Gracie Award for work on “Post Reports"

Powers, Izadi and The Post won in the “Podcast Co-host/Ensemble – News” category.

By WashPostPRMarch 30, 2023

A new role for Emily Giambalvo in Sports

Giambalvo is moving to a new role in Sports working on data-driven projects as part of our Investigations and Enterprise team.

By WashPostPRMarch 30, 2023

3M and The Washington Post Creative Group highlight solutions to changing climate through new multilingual global education program

3M and The Washington Post Creative Group partner to provide solutions for a changing climate through a new multilingual global education program

By WashPostPRMarch 30, 2023

The Washington Post joins news organizations in Vulkan Files investigation

The Post, in partnership with 10 other news organizations worldwide, analyzed thousands of pages of leaked documents to investigate how a cybersecurity contractor seeks to enhance cyberwarfare capabilities of Russian intelligence agencies.

By WashPostPRMarch 30, 2023

New rankings highlight the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government

The rankings released today include the top 10 agencies within each of four categories: large, midsize and small agencies, as well as agency subcomponents. This is the first time The Post has participated in releasing these rankings.

By WashPostPRMarch 29, 2023

The Post’s News Multiplatform Editing Desk recognized by ACES headline writing contest

The copy desk staff as a whole received second place in the national news organization category. Additionally, Panfilo “Ponch” Garcia was awarded second place as an individual in the national news organization category.

By WashPostPRMarch 28, 2023

“American Icon,” a new series from The Washington Post, explores how the AR-15 became a powerful political, cultural symbol in America

In a new series, The Washington Post explores the impact of the AR-15 on the United States and chronicles the rise of the weapon in a polarized country.

By WashPostPRMarch 28, 2023

Announcing new roles on the technology team

We are pleased to announce a new editing structure on the Business desk aimed at elevating the work of our growing technology team, a critical pillar of Washington Post journalism.

By WashPostPRMarch 28, 2023

Overseas Press Club honors The Washington Post’s ‘Amazon Undone’ series with Robert Spiers Benjamin Award

The investigative series, led by Rio de Janeiro bureau chief Terrence McCoy, is recognized by the organization for best reporting in any medium on Latin America.

By WashPostPRMarch 27, 2023

A note from Executive Editor Sally Buzbee: Why we are showing the impact of bullets from an AR-15 on the human body

News organizations do not generally publish graphic autopsy or crime scene photos because the images could be viewed as dehumanizing, exploitative and traumatizing, or could inflict further pain on the families of victims. As a result, the damage AR-15 fire can do to a human body — a great deal more than handguns — is not widely understood.

By WashPostPRMarch 27, 2023

Ann Telnaes wins 2023 Herblock Prize for editorial cartooning

This recognition adds to a long string of honors for Telnaes’s work, including a 2001 Pulitzer Prize and her recognition as a 2022 Pulitzer finalist.

By WashPostPRMarch 24, 2023

The Washington Post expands global newsroom, announces new roles to grow international audience

More than a dozen new positions will enhance The Post’s 24/7 global news output, deepen international coverage.

By WashPostPRMarch 24, 2023

Rushard Anderson joins The Post as social media editor

Rushard Anderson joins The Post as a social media editor

By WashPostPRMarch 21, 2023

The Washington Post returns to SXSW

The Washington Post featured an array of panelists and moderators at the SXSW 2023 conference

By WashPostPRMarch 21, 2023

What is the future of the workplace? A new Washington Post series investigates.

The series will publish over several months, covering topics including the role of automation, innovation and surveillance in the workplace, as well as the changing demographics of today’s workforce.

By WashPostPRMarch 20, 2023

National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) recognizes Post photo and video journalism in 2023 Best of Photojournalism Competition

Post winners include Salwan Georges, photojournalist of the year, large markets and Whitney Shefte, first place for online video individual.

By WashPostPRMarch 16, 2023

Marianne LeVine joins The Post as national political reporter

LeVine will focus on the 2024 election, bringing her talent for landing agenda-setting scoops to our campaign coverage.

By WashPostPRMarch 16, 2023

Jesús Rodríguez joins The Post as a political reporter in Style

Rodríguez is originally from Maracaibo, Venezuela, has a bachelor’s degree in international politics and a law degree from Georgetown University.

By WashPostPRMarch 16, 2023

Kara Voght joins The Post as a political reporter in Style

Voght has a bachelor’s degree in American studies from Vassar College and a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University. In addition to covering politics, she has written the occasional essay on music and culture.

By WashPostPRMarch 16, 2023