reporter for The Washington Post

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  • His work as a reporter for the Washington Post landed him on the master list of Nixon political opponents. ...
  • Anne Hull is a national reporter for the Washington Post. ...
  • A reporter for The Washington Post for twenty-six years, she has covered crime, homeland security, federal law enforcement, education, and social services. ...
  • He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1990 while working as a business reporter for the Washington Post. ...
  • Before becoming a professor at Berkeley in 1993, Henry was a reporter for The Washington Post. ...
  • Pakenham was briefly a reporter for the Washington Post before joining the Foreign Office in 1965. ...
  • He is currently an on-air reporter for The Washington Post and freelances for CBS Newspath. ...
  • Pan was formerly a reporter for The Washington Post and headed its Beijing and Moscow bureaus. ...
  • He is married to Hanna Rosin, a former reporter for the Washington Post and a national correspondent for The Atlantic. ...
  • She was acquainted with many diplomats and obtained a string of odd jobs around Washington, D.C. until she settled as a society reporter for the Washington Post. ...
  • A reporter for The Washington Post since 1984, she has covered crime, homeland security, federal law enforcement, education, social services, and the U.S. Department of Justice. ...
  • From 1956 to 1966 Lewis was a reporter for The Washington Post, where her work landed her on the master list of Nixon political opponents. ...
  • Before working for Vanity Fair, Prochnau was the Washington-bureau chief for The Seattle Times and also served as a national affairs reporter for The Washington Post. ...
  • A supporter of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal, he moved to Washington in 1937, where he became a political reporter for The Washington Post. ...
  • From 2004 to 2008, Linzer was a national security reporter for The Washington Post, covering intelligence and nonproliferation. ...
  • His assistant was 2d Lt. Harris Hull, a reservist on temporary duty for the exercise who was a reporter for the Washington Post in civilian life. ...
  • Gup, a 1968 graduate of Western Reserve Academy in Hudson, Ohio, was a reporter for The Washington Post and Time Magazine prior to his work in academia.
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