The Washington Post

He will lead the magazine staff in its mission to capture the many facets of Washington – the region, the capital, the concept – in ambitious, provocative and thoughtful ways.

Another in a series of steps to expand and deepen PowerPost’s policy coverage this year.

This is the first in a series of steps to expand and deepen PowerPost’s policy coverage this year. Paige will provide scoops, in-depth analysis and experienced perspective on the often complicated but very important world of health policy, especially at a time when there is heated debate over repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act.

Her name will be added to The Post's masthead, appearing in the newspaper tomorrow.

Podesta will write about the intersection of politics and policy, the Trump administration and the future of the Democratic Party.

Barrett will cover the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and other national security issues.

Goldenberg will oversee policy coverage for areas such as energy and the environment, and the economics of race and immigration. Reis will have primary oversight of economic policy in Washington in areas like taxes, trade and the Fed.

Damian will join the Business staff starting Feb. 27.

Klain, a former chief of staff to Vice President Joe Biden and Vice President Al Gore, will write regularly about the latest news in Washington through the lens of his extensive political career.

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