Monthly Archives: October 2017

On November 9, 2017 — a day before the nation observes Veterans Day — The Washington Post will host U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin for a conversation about the most critical issues affecting America’s 22 million veterans. The discussion will include his department’s efforts to curb the veterans’ suicide rate, address post-traumatic stress disorder […]

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Klein previously worked with The Post for 9 years and covered different beats including criminal justice.

The Post's achievements in engineering, product, design and video are highlighted in the magazine's "Hot List" issue.

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The award recognizes Ryan's leadership in transforming The Post as both a media and technology company.

Jon is a Peabody Award-winning video reporter who has reported across the Middle East, United States, Europe and Brazil.

Announcement from Opinions Page Editor Fred Hiatt and Deputy Opinions Page Editors Ruth Marcus and Jackson Diehl: We’re delighted and excited to announce that Elizabeth Bruenig will be joining the Opinions staff as a writer and editor. As everyone who has followed her career knows, Liz is brimming with ideas and insight on religion, politics, culture […]

Tierney spent the last two and a half years as a cartographer and graphics editor at National Geographic magazine.

David will cover the national and global economy in his new role.

The Post won for Best News Website and Arc was named Best Innovation New Product.

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Thiessen’s weekly column launched in The Post in 2010

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