Back in the bad old days of the cold war-when mutual nuclear annihilation was a policy option-a culture of secrecy arose in Washington. What wise observers understood even then was that while governments tried to keep secrets from each other, their chief concern was to keep secrets from their own people. Considering what Read More
On Tuesday, Jan. 20, the Web site of The Washington Post will produce live video coverage of Barack Obama’s Presidential Inauguration, anchored by Post reporters, Chris Cillizza, David Maraniss, and Dana Priest.
The Post‘s coverage began as an experiment back in February of 2008 on Super Tuesday and has steadily gained momentum Read More
It’s been a great week for The Washington Post‘s Dana Priest. First, she was awarded her second Pulitzer Prize in three years (in collaboration with Anne Hull and photographer Michel du Cille) in the category of Public Service for a series about soldiers at Walter Reed Hospital.
Yesterday, Variety‘s Michael Read More