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Katharine Weymouth is stepping down as publisher of The Washington Post and will be replaced by Frederick Ryan, who previously led Politico.
Three Americans, including a reporter for The Washington Post, appear to have been detained in Iran.
Virginia Republicans are being accused of bribing off a Democratic state senator by offering he and his daughter prestigious jobs in exchange for his resignation – giving the GOP control of the chamber and the ability to strike down Medicaid expansion through the Affordable Care Act.
The U.S. Secret Service is seeking software that can identify top influencers and trending sets of social media data, allowing the agency to monitor these streams in real-time – and sift through the sarcasm.
CBS News: CIA Station Chief In Afghanistan Whose Cover Was Blown By White House Will Have To Leave Country
The CIA official whose cover was inadvertently blown by the White House will have to leave Afghanistan, according to CBS News.
A newly declassified order reveals that the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) rejected a Verizon legal challenge in defense of Americans’ telephone privacy rights, instead ruling that the government is constitutionally protected in collecting billions of Americans’ detailed phone data.
The family of the lone known U.S. prisoner of war says it’s “cautiously optimistic” about reported renewed efforts by President Barack Obama’s administration to win his freedom.
The Washington Post Co. is changing its name to Graham Holdings to reflect the sale of its namesake newspaper.
The Washington Post now belongs to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
Jeff Bezos is hoping the strategic approach that’s made Amazon such a success will help revive the struggling Washington Post.