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Washington Post is a large US paper that was established on December 6, 1877.... It is the biggest paper in Washington, D.C., the U.S. capitol, with a special focus on domestic policy. Washington, D.C. The Washington Post is considered one of the top U.S. newspapers[12] along with the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal.

Swiss Post has excelled in its policy coverage of the functioning of the White House, Congress and other US governance issues. Stilson Hutchins (1838-1912) established the paper in 1877 and added a Sunday issue in 1880, the first paper in the town to be published seven working days per week. 1880 saw the addition of a Sunday one.

Hutchins in 1889 resold the paper to Frank Hatton, a former post minister general, and Beriah Wilkins, a former Ohio Democrat Congress Member. In order to advertise the paper, the new owner asked the head of the United States Marine Band, John Philip Sousa, to make a walk for the award presentation of the newspaper's essays competition.

The Washington Post was written by Suza. Founded in 1982 by the Unification Church chief Sun Myung Moon (1920-2012) under his own News World Communications firm, the Washington Times was a locally based right-wing competitor with a print run (as of 2005[update]) of about one-seventh of the post. Later in the year 2000, with the founding of the Washington Examiner by the new owner of the old Hearst papers, the San Francisco Examiner, which developed a barter with the bigger, wealthier San Francisco Chronicle against the former Hearst "flagship" papers, grew with the founding of the boulevard newspaper The Washington Examiner.

Washington Examiner stopped releasing his daily paper on June 14, 2013 and continued to publish a weeklies paper and an on-line website focusing on domestic policy. Following Phil Graham's demise in 1963, the Washington Post Company was taken over by his spouse Katharine Graham (1917-2001), who was also the daugther of Eugene Meyer.

From 1969 to 1979, she worked as a publisher[40] and led the Washington Post Company as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Executive Officer until the early 90s. Your term in office is credited with seeing the newspapers soar in the nation's stature thru efficacious investigation coverage after she began living down his credentials as a White House agent for the Kennedy and Johnson Wire and worked to make sure the New York Times didnt excel his Washington coverage of the Pentagon papers and the Watergate Scandal.

Chief Executives Ben Bradlee, a Kennedyoyalist, put the newspaper's reputations and resource behind reporter Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who in a long line of essays wrote the history behind the break-in of the Democratic National Committee's office at the Watergate Center in Washington in 1972. In 1973, the paper was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for the Post's persistent reporting on history, the result of which eventually became an important factor in President Richard Nixon's retirement.

The 1980 paper released a drama entitled "Jimmy's World"[49] that describes the lives of an eight-year-old Washington resident boy who received recognition and a Pulitzer Prize for journalist Janet Cooke. Speaking on March 26, 2007, Chris Matthews said on his TV show, "Well, the Washington Post is not the libertarian paper it was, congressman, let me tell you.

I' ve been studying it for years and it's a "neocon newspaper". Post's early advocacy in the 1978 Maryland governor election (reformist Harry Hughes) and mayor of D.C. (a young Marion Barry) enabled these nominees to spread their advocacy and distinguish it from an otherwise overcrowded array of known nominees.

A Sunday features storyline entitled "Jimmy's World" was published on the cover of the Swiss Post in September 1980, in which Janet Cooke, a journalist, drew a picture of the lives of an eight-year-old smackhead. Though some within the Post questioned the truthfulness of the narrative, the newspaper's writers upheld it, and Deputy Director Bob Woodward handed it in for the Pulitzer Prize.

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