The Washington Post

The Washington Post

The Washington Post is a daily broadsheet newspaper in washington, d.c founded by Stilson Hutchins.

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WIRED Staff
August 3, 2020
Wired
This month's focus is on Austin Tice, an American photojournalist who has gone missing in Syria and is presumed to be alive.
Gilad Edelman
July 28, 2020
Wired
From Covid conspiracies to election scams, automated advertising software plays a large--and largely unseen--role.
David McCabe and Karen Weise
July 27, 2020
www.nytimes.com
The chief executive, who testifies before Congress for the first time on Wednesday, had taken a hands-off approach with lawmakers in Washington.
WIRED Staff
July 1, 2020
Wired
This month's focus is on Maria Ressa, the editor of the news website Rappler, who was convicted of cyber libel in the Philippines last month.
June 16, 2020
@TIMESNOW
In the case of human challenge trials, doctors first give the volunteers experimental coronavirus vaccine, thereafter they are exposed to the deadly pathogen.
Reuters Editorial
June 11, 2020
U.S.
Microsoft Corp will not sell its facial-recognition technology to police departments until there is a federal law regulating the tech, the Washington Post reported on Thursday, citing the software maker's president, Brad Smith.
June 4, 2020
The Indian Express
The bunker, also known as the Presidential Emergency Operations Center (PEOC), has been used on rare occasions to secure US Presidents in times of peril.
WIRED Staff
June 1, 2020
Wired
This month's list features four reporters sentenced to death in Yemen, among other news professionals whose civil rights are being threatened.
May 28, 2020
@TIMESNOW
Even after a COVID-19 vaccine is developed and deployed, the coronavirus will likely remain for years to come, and may eventually, become endemic like HIV, measles and chickenpox, says a report.
By COLLIN BINKLEY, AP Education Writer
May 28, 2020
Houston Chronicle
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) - The Washington Post's top editor told Harvard University graduates Thursday that facts and truth have become "matters of life and death," yet he warned that some leaders continue to "undermine the very idea of objective fact, all in pursuit of political gain." Executive editor Martin Baron never mentioned President Donald Trump by name during his virtual commencement address, but he took veiled swipes at the president's attacks on the press and his clashes with the science community. Baron warned of growing threats to the press and free expression, but also to science, medicine and the idea of fact itself. He said the stakes have been laid bare amid the coronavirus pandemic, as misinformation puts people's lives at risk. "The public's safety requires the honest truth," Baron told Harvard's graduating class. "Yet education, expertise, experience and evidence are being devalued, dismissed and denied. The goal is clear: to undermine the very idea of objective fact, all in pursuit of political gain." The Post is a frequent target for Trump, who routinely dismisses coverage he doesn't like as "fake news." He often takes to Twitter to voice his frustration and has repeatedly called the Post and other outlets "the enemy of the people." Yet Trump himself has faced mounting scrutiny over the truth of his claims. Twitter added fact checks to two of his tweets this week, the first time the platform had taken such action, prompting Trump to accuse the company of "stifling free speech." During his speech, Baron decried efforts to demonize the press in the United States, saying they embolden other governments to do the same, including in China, Turkey and Mexico. He cited an increase in journalists being imprisoned around the...
Jonathan M. Gitlin
May 28, 2020
Ars Technica
Viral RNA levels spike in sewage seven days ahead of new cases.
ANI
May 28, 2020
@bsindia
Gilead will be donating the first 1.5 mn doses to governments worldwide which according to Gilead will be enough for about 140,000 patients through the end of May
Rachael Rettner - Senior Writer
May 26, 2020
Fox News
A mysterious inflammatory syndrome tied to COVID-19 that has been reported in children is now also turning up in young adults in their early 20s, according to news reports.
Helen Sullivan
May 21, 2020
the Guardian
Medical staff members at work in a temporary accommodation facility deployed by the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry for Azerbaijani citizens unable to return home due to the state borders closed amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Photograph: Musa Salgereyev/TASS
Beth Mole
May 20, 2020
Ars Technica
Health officials worry reopening amid continued spread could spark second wave.
Megan Molteni
May 15, 2020
Wired
Health experts say we need up to 200,000 more people to track down the infected and anyone who crossed their path. I took the training to learn how it works.
ANI
May 8, 2020
@bsindia
The Washington Post reported that the results of the analysis, conducted over 2,733 patients, were published on Wednesday in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology
Keith Kloor
May 2, 2020
Wired
As with modern vaccine skepticism and the panic over cancer-causing power lines, the idea was hatched in a well-respected scientific journal.
WIRED Staff
May 1, 2020
Wired
Human rights reporter Azimjon Askarov is being held at a prison in Kyrgyzstan, where he is at a higher risk of being exposed to Covid-19.
Shira Ovide
April 30, 2020
www.nytimes.com
Thank goodness for crummy video conferencing.
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