“Of course it made no sense,” Woodward says of recent scandals that borrow ‘-gate’ as their suffix
Starting in 2015, the papers will form partnership that includes shared editorial content and events
Three friends identified as “Andy,” “Cindy” and “Randall” in the RS story tell the Washington Post the woman told them a different story the night...
Inside New Republic’s Demolition: Former Editors Blast Owner Chris Hughes as ‘Harvard Housing Lottery’ Winner
“Chris laid out a false choice between a profit-making business and complete philanthropy,” former longtime New Republic editor Paul Berman tells TheWrap
New Republic Owner Chris Hughes Responds to Resigning Editors: I Don’t Have ‘Casual Disdain for Established Institutions’
On the heels of dozens of his magazine’s staffers resigning Friday, The New Republic owner Chris Hughes pens Washington Post op-ed defending himself, explaining magazine’s...
“The women victimized by Bill Cosby have been talking about his crimes for more than a decade. Why didn’t our stories go viral?” Barbara Bowman...
Washington Post reporters remember editor they broke Watergate scandal with on CNN’s “New Day”; Bradlee died Tuesday at age 93
Longtime journalist was executive editor for 26 years, gaining national fame for his role in breaking the Watergate story
Wife Sally Quinn said she plans on detailing Bradlee’s deteriorating health in an upcoming memoir
Ryan is former Reagan administration official who helped found Politico
SWAT team dismantles camera setup after news crew flees
Ryan Reilly and Wesley Lowery accuse the police of trampling on their rights
Lisa de Moraes has written for the Washington Post for nearly 15 years
In an age when editors have to scrutinize every job on the payroll, is an ombudsman absolutely necessary?
Washington Post blogger Suzy Parker was fooled by a satirical Daily Currant story
Kevin Merida's promotion is effective immediately
Washington Post ombudsman Patrick Pexton said William Booth's plagiarism is the fourth case since he took the job as the paper's in-house watchdog
The Washington Post's William Booth admitted to lifting sentences from an academic journal
Washington Post, facing flat revenue and struggling print sales, is “close” to adding a paywall to its online edition
Larry Kramer tells Washington Post CEO Don Graham that the opportunities for local coverage are huge for companies like USA Today
Marcus Brauchli is stepping down as Washington Post executive editor and will be replaced by Martin Baron, the longtime Boston Globe editor, the paper announced...
Vernon Loeb, ghostwriter for David Petraeus's biography, broke his silence in Tuesday's Washington Post, saying he was "clueless" about the general's affair
Vernon Loeb, a high-ranking Washington Post editor who co-authored Paula Broadwell's book on David Petraeus, has so far remained silent on the sex scandal
The two-time Pulitzer winning reporter/author's "The Price of Politics" is due on Sept. 11
The company's broadcast and online publishing divisions earned extra money, largely due to political advertising at the D.C. broadsheet
From his perch at the Washington Post, William Raspberry took on hot-button issues like race and gay rights, but in a civil and less partisan...
As a young blogger resigns, WashPost’s Patrick Pexton criticizes the paper’s lax training of young journalists for the digital age
News Right, the newspaper industry’s digital licensing group, has made its first deal with a major aggregator, Moreover Technologies