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November 2002: "The Washington Post newspaper is an operating division of The Washington Post Company....Company headquarters are in Washington, D.C."  https://washpost.com/gen_info/corporateinfo/
"The Washington Post was first published in 1877...The Post is the product of a complex, technologically advanced process....Working around the clock seven days a week, nearly 1000 people in the Production department...The Post is produced at two state-of-the-art printing plants, one in Springfield, Virginia, and the other in College Park, Maryland."
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Third-Party Descriptions

July 2009: "The Washington Post indicated that a slump in visitors to Mr. Froomkin’s well-known Web column, White House Watch, contributed to its decision not to renew his contract in June. The popularity of Mr. Froomkin’s column was tied in part to its consistent critiques of the Bush administration, and he acknowledges that his page views declined after President Obama took office."

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/13/business/media/13froomkin.html

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Owned by (partial or full, past or present) Washington Post Company Organization Dec 17, 2005
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Washington Post Writers Group Source Dec 17, 2005
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Washington Post Source
Organization Executive (past or present) Benjamin C. Bradlee Person
Advised by (past or present) Prof. Ben Edelman J.D., Ph.D Person Mar 30, 2008
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Charles Krauthammer Person
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) William Raspberry Person

Articles and Resources

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Apr 24, 2011 Supreme Court confronts whether Nev. conflict-of-interest law violates free speech

QUOTE: And the justices themselves are under increasing scrutiny from the left and right about whether their activities outside the courtroom cast doubt on their neutrality inside it… The Nevada Supreme Court elevated the matter when it agreed with Carrigan that restricting his ability to vote on council business violated his First Amendment right of free political speech.

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Apr 24, 2011 Are drones a technological tipping point in warfare?

QUOTE: The British study noted that drones are becoming increasingly automated. With minor technical advances, it said, a drone could soon be able to “fire a weapon based solely on its own sensors, or shared information, and without recourse to higher, human authority.”

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Apr 22, 2011 Montgomery judge set to rule Monday on county’s collective bargaining disconnect

QUOTE: “You have collective bargaining, but the county executive can basically do what he wants…” Carey R. Butsavage, an attorney for the union suing the county, said the union refuses to be left with the status quo, in which Leggett asserts he can essentially do what he pleases under the collective-bargaining law.

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Apr 22, 2011 ‘Veterans court’ faces a backlog that continues to grow

QUOTE: Veterans whose claims had already spent years in the VA system often wait several more years for the court to rule on whether they will receive disability payments and free health care. Some have abandoned their appeals. Others, including soldiers from as far back as World War II, have died before a decision was issued.

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Apr 20, 2011 Obama weighs disclosure order for contractors

QUOTE: “Now, under the guise of ‘transparency,’ the Obama administration reportedly wants to know the political leanings of any company or small business, including those of their officers and directors, before the government decides if they’ll award them federal contracts.”

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Apr 20, 2011 Even in an era of budget cuts, these government programs won’t die

QUOTE: But they have survived, again and again, thanks to powerful lobbies or high-placed patrons in Congress… “If lawmakers can’t cut programs that cost a few million, how are they going to cut deficits that are going to be in the trillions?”

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Apr 20, 2011 Virginia board rejects proposal that would have allowed gay adoptions

QUOTE: A state board overwhelmingly voted… to continue a practice that some argue allows faith-based organizations in Virginia to discriminate in adoptions… “Its broad language would place an undue and unconstitutional burden on private faith-based child placing agencies by forcing us to compromise our religious beliefs in order to maintain our license to operate.”

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Apr 15, 2011 As Bahrain stifles protest movement, U.S.’s muted objections draw criticism

QUOTE: "The kingdom has largely silenced the opposition, jailing hundreds of activists in a crackdown that has left the Obama administration vulnerable to charges that it is upholding democratic values in the Middle East selectively…”

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Apr 14, 2011 Top USDA official, leaving to work for Rahm Emanuel, accused of discrimination

QUOTE: The allegations include age and gender discrimination and the promotion of employees supportive of the Democratic Party… The workers said they raised the allegations “because of a hostile work environment, retaliation and/or prohibited personnel practice.”

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Apr 14, 2011 A Post reporter shares her perspective on hazards for female journalists abroad

QUOTE: Foreign female journalists face challenges most often in parts of the world where protections for women are weak even in peacetime… places where wives, mothers and daughters have few legal rights. Their lives often include forced marriage, genital mutilation, beatings and a long list of daily indignities that make the problems of first-world women seem negligible.

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Apr 13, 2011 TSA, Congress vow to review pat-down of 6-year-old girl

QUOTE: The incident, recorded and posted on YouTube by her parents... is “another example of mistreatment of an innocent American at the hands of TSA."

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Apr 13, 2011 Cuccinelli advises against proposed rules that could pave way for gay adoption

QUOTE: Cuccinelli (R) angered gay-rights activists last year when he urged the state’s public colleges and universities to rescind policies that ban discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation… Several gay-rights organizations held news conferences in Northern Virginia and Richmond on Wednesday to lobby McDonnell to eliminate discrimination in the adoption process.

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Apr 08, 2011 Why humanitarian wars can go so wrong

QUOTE: The big democracies usually stand idly by during the worst atrocities, including the Holocaust and the genocide in Rwanda… Western democratic leaders have powerful political incentives to do humanitarianism on the cheap… These governments were more worried about the safety of their own soldiers than about protecting Bosnian civilians.

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Apr 07, 2011 Once the hobby of tech geeks, iPhone jailbreaking now a lucrative industry

QUOTE: Within minutes, the computer science major can download code onto his customers’ iPhones and fling open the portal to an alternative world of apps and software that Apple condemns... The practice has now evolved into a lucrative industry with millions of consumers.

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Apr 06, 2011 Gaddafi using human shields, NATO officials say

QUOTE: Moammar Gaddafi’s military has concealed its tanks, troops and weapons among civilians in Libyan towns to prevent NATO aircraft from carrying out strikes in support of rebel forces... “tanks are being dispersed, being hidden, humans being used as shields in order to prevent NATO sorties to identify targets."

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Apr 06, 2011 Federal examiners protested help for politically connected bank, e-mails show

QUOTE: A decision... to help a politically connected bank in Boston left federal bank examiners there angry enough that some called it a “travesty of justice..." The chairman of OneUnited Bank, a friend of Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), had rendered it insolvent through lavish spending and bad investments... after Waters arranged a key Treasury Department meeting for the bank, it had won a bailout loan and a unique exemption from the FDIC’s accounting rules.

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Mar 18, 2011 Protesters killed in Yemen’s capital by pro-government forces

QUOTE: At least 34 anti-government protesters were killed when Yemeni government supporters and security forces attacked them in the capital city’s Change Square immediately after Friday’s Muslim prayers...(doctors on the scene) said most of the wounds were to the head and chest, which they said indicated the goal of security forces was to kill. “Where are the human rights organizations to cover the incident?"

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Mar 17, 2011 Justice Department criticizes New Orleans police, vows to fix problems

QUOTE: The Justice Department accused the New Orleans Police Department on Thursday of systematic misconduct that violated the Constitution, saying that officers used excessive force, illegally arrested people and targeted black and gay residents.

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Mar 17, 2011 U.S. drones kill 25 in Pakistan; army protests

QUOTE: A missile strike by unmanned U.S. Predator planes Thursday reportedly killed at least 25 suspected Islamist insurgents and tribal supporters... (Gen. Ashfaq Kayani) said it was “highly regrettable” that a meeting of peaceful citizens was “carelessly and callously targeted with complete disregard for human life.”

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Mar 17, 2011 Audit: Pentagon overpaid oilman by up to $200 million

QUOTE: Sargeant had won the three jet fuel contracts, despite having among the highest bids, because he had an effective monopoly over the routes. Waxman accused Sargeant and his company of price gouging and “engaging in the worst form of war profiteering.”

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