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Frederick J. Ryan Jr.

Frederick J. Ryan Jr.

Publisher & CEO
Steve Gibson

Steve Gibson

VP Finance & Administration / CFO
Shailesh Prakash

Shailesh Prakash

Chief Information Officer
Wayne Connell

Wayne Connell

VP, Human Resources
Gregg Fernandes

Gregg Fernandes

VP, Distribution & Customer Care
Jim Coley

Jim Coley

VP, Production
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Washington Post News and Updates

The 33-year-old who tried to trick the Washington Post with a fake sexual harassment story has a long history of sting operations backfiring

James O'Keefe, a conservative provocateur, failed to uncover bias at The Washington Post after one of his undercover journalists pretended to be a sexual harassment victim of Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. O'Keefe is a self-described "muckraker" who tries to dig up dirt to expose m…

Fake Roy Moore accuser tries to trick the Washington Post and fails spectacularly

Project Veritas, you just played yourself.  The group, founded by conservative "guerrilla journalist" James O’Keefe, tried to expose the Washington Post but ended up looking pretty dumb in the end.  It all started when a woman approached the Post with a story. She said that when she was 15 years o…

A notorious conservative 'sting' operation tried to embarrass The Washington Post with a fake Roy Moore story — and it backfired spectacularly

A woman approached The Washington Post claiming to have had a sexual relationship with Roy Moore, the embattled Republican Alabama Senate nominee whose campaign has been roiled by multiple allegations of sexual harassment. During interviews, the woman insisted on getting a guarantee that Moore wou…

Washington Post editor Marty Baron on life with Donald Trump and Jeff Bezos

At a fundraising dinner in New York last night for the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship, a Columbia University program for business journalists, there was no shortage of…

Washington Post Withheld Secret ISIS Plot Details Trump Reportedly Gave To Russians

The Washington Post’s report Monday that President Donald Trump “revealed highly classified information” about an Islamic State plot to Russian officials appeared to show more restraint than the commander-in-chief. The Washington Post is withholding most plot details, including the name of the c…
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