Kyle Rempfer joins The Post general assignment desk as weekend editor

Rempfer will help guide GA reporters on breaking news and produce timely, riveting stories that resonate with readers.
  • 4 hours ago

Pulitzer Prize-winning Fatal Force Database updated with federal IDs of police departments involved in fatal shootings

The addition of federal IDs enhances data collaboration with external sources and provides an added layer of police accountability. The database has logged an overall upward trend in police shootings since 2015.
  • 1 day ago

The Post’s “The 7” lands on Apple Podcasts’ list of top new shows as flagship newsletter tops 1 million subscribers

The Washington Post’s “The 7” podcast, which launched this past month, was featured as one of Apple’s top new podcasts.
  • 2 days ago

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.
  • 5 days ago

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.
  • 5 days ago

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.
  • 5 days ago

“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.
  • Nov 30

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
  • Nov 29

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.
  • Nov 29

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.
  • Nov 29

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.
  • Nov 28

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.
  • Nov 28

Ana Campoy joins Climate & Environment department as assignment editor

Ana Campoy joins Climate & Environment department as assignment editor
  • Nov 25

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.
  • Nov 23

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.
  • Nov 22
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