Register to view the documentary on Oct. 1, ahead of the premiere on SHOWTIME®
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Starting Sept. 29 at 8 pm, readers can follow minute-by-minute coverage and live analysis across Post platforms.
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Lo comes to us from CalMatters, where they wore many hats as a data visualization reporter. They acquired and analyzed covid-19 hospitalization data, investigated the impact of fires on seniors in California and built CalMatters’ 2020 election guide.
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Titled “Sincerely, Michelle,” the 10-part series will explore topics of investing, credit scores, homeownership and more from the perspective of Black Americans.
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In her role, Dormido will focus on cartography.
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The Visual Forensics Team will build upon our recent successes in investigative reporting based primarily on open-source visuals.
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Elite will lead The Post's most cutting-edge digital experiments while serving as the newsroom’s liaison to the advertising department.
  • Sep 23
Givhan will write about a range of subjects, including politics, race, business and the arts and will pen a new weekly column.
  • Sep 23
COVID-19 has inflated many of health care’s most pressing issues – from medical debt, to delayed cancer screenings, to skyrocketing addiction rates, to an increase in depression and anxiety cases. With an unknown future ahead of us, how can the medical industry deliver quality care in the middle of a global pandemic and in the future?
  • Sep 21
The virtual festival will include more than 20 performances from both international and Washington, D.C-area performers.
  • Sep 18
The awards recognize exceptional work from the Graphics and Design departments
  • Sep 18
Participants can visit The Post’s virtual booth to view a selection of on-demand videos.
  • Sep 18
Kevin has been mostly focused on politics, including a stint embedded with The Fix and the Politics team. He helped plan and execute our graphics coverage of Pope Francis’s visit to America, helped Bonnie Berkowitz trick the department with a candy dish that was actually a sociological experiment, traveled to the Iowa State Fair to see how fairgoers felt about the Democratic presidential candidates, developed a series of pages detailing the policy positions of those Democratic candidates, and then worked on the quiz that used that information to delight readers and beat The Post’s record of most subscriber conversions.
  • Sep 18
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