The Washington Post is an American daily newspaper published in Washington, D.C. It is the most-widely circulated newspaper within the Washington metropolitan area, and has a large national audience. Daily broadsheet editions are printed for the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.
Trump administration rejects, then approves, emergency aid for California fires, including biggest blaze in state history - The Washington Post
The president reversed the initial decision a few hours later after a direct appeal from Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in a midday phone call.
Court-packing — and other radical constitutional reforms — might save America - The Washington Post
Most proposals today are actually moderate by historical standards.
Takeaways from Trump and Biden’s town halls - The Washington Post
Trump fell into familiar traps, while Biden provided a little more clarity on court-packing.
Amy Coney Barrett testimony ends with GOP predicting clear path to confirmation - The Washington Post
The Senate Judiciary Committee reconvenes Thursday to hear from supporters and opponents of President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
California GOP put up unofficial ballot drop-off boxes that may be illegal, state officials say - The Washington Post
The green metal containers are not county-authorized ballot drop-off sites and, thus, violate state law, California officials said Sunday.
Takeaways from day one of Amy Coney Barrett hearings - The Washington Post
Republicans want to drag Democrats into a fight about her faith. Democrats want to talk about health care.
Judge allows Derek Chauvin to live outside of Minnesota as he awaits trial in death of George Floyd - The Washington Post
Amended conditions will allow the former Minneapolis police officer to live in Minnesota, Iowa, the Dakotas or Wisconsin while out on $1 million bond.
Longtime GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy charged with acting as a foreign agent, is likely to plead guilty - The Washington Post
Broidy was charged in a criminal information — which indicates he has reached an agreement with prosecutors.
Little Evidence That White House Has Offered Contact Tracing, Guidance To Hundreds Potentially Exposed To Trump - The Washington Post
“It’s like deer in the headlights,” said a staffer desperate for information.
How The Coronavirus Spread In Trump's White House - The Washington Post
The jarring contrast between the carefree, cavalier attitude toward the virus on display in a Rose Garden event Saturday and the pernicious awakening that occurred Thursday night resembles a Shakespearean tragedy.
Pelosi Anticipates Reaching Economic Relief Deal With Mnuchin, Saying Trump Diagnosis ‘changes The Dynamic’ - The Washington Post
The House speaker called on airlines to hold off on imminent furloughs pending a deal.
Live Updates: Trump To Head To Walter Reed After Positive Coronavirus Test - The Washington Post
Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, has not yet said whether he will alter his plans.
White House Correspondents Test Positive For Coronavirus Along With White House Press Aide - The Washington Post
The White House Correspondents’ Association urged tighter restrictions for reporters after infections arise following a Rose Garden ceremony and a campaign rally.
House Democrats pass $2.2 trillion stimulus bill over GOP opposition; bipartisan talks continue - The Washington Post
The White House press secretary says Pelosi is "not being serious." Pelosi says the administration is offering "the heel of the loaf."
USPS Workers Quietly Resist DeJoy’s Changes With Eye On Election - The Washington Post
Many USPS employees workers see recent cost-cutting changes that have slowed mail delivery as violating the spirit, if not the letter, of that law.
Covid-19 Has Killed At Least 1 Million People Around The Globe - The Washington Post
At least 204,000 fatalities have been recorded nationwide, with more than 7 million cases reported.
Donald Trump sought control over his father’s will and estate, causing family crisis - Washington Post
“It was basically taking the whole estate and giving it to Donald,” Trump’s sister said in secretly recorded audio.
Opinion | Clarence Thomas should recuse himself if the Supreme Court has to decide the election - The Washington Post
Does anyone really believe he can decide a case involving Joe Biden impartially?
Book Review Of October Surprise: How The FBI Tried To Save Itself And Crashed An Election By Devlin Barrett - The Washington Post
The former FBI director was certain that history would vindicate him. But instead, it has made things even worse.
Nearly 500 Former Senior Military, Civilian Leaders Signal Support For Biden - The Washington Post
The former vice president has “the character, principles, wisdom and leadership necessary to address a world on fire,” they say in a letter backing the Democratic presidential candidate.
The Daily 202: With Romney’s Support, McConnell Clinches A Confirmation Vote For Supreme Court Nominee - The Washington Post
Barrett remains the leading contender after a sit-down interview with Trump at the White House.
In Trump-Biden Era, Virginia Is Not A Swing State - The Washington Post
A state that was a critical battleground for the past three cycles gets less love in 2020.
Turning Point Action Enlists Teenagers In 'troll Farm' Spreading Coordinated Pro-Trump Messaging - The Washington Post
The sprawling operation by Turning Point Action, led by conservative activist Charlie Kirk, evades guardrails put in place to prevent the spread of online disinformation, experts said.
Los Angeles Sheriff Says LeBron James Should Match Reward In Shooting Of Deputies - The Washington Post
"I’d like to see LeBron James step up to the plate and double" the reward money, Alex Villanueva said.
Grand Jury Issues Subpoenas In Bolton Book Investigation Related To Handling Of Classified Information - The Washington Post
The former Trump national security adviser rejects any claim of wrongdoing in the politically charged case.
Breonna Taylor Killing: Louisville To Announce Settlement With Family Of Woman Shot By Police - The Washington Post
An attorney for Taylor's family said the settlement, details of which will be released this afternoon, includes a cash payout and sweeping police reforms.
TikTok Has Chosen Oracle As U.S. ‘technology Partner,’ Rejecting Microsoft’s Bid - The Washington Post
Microsoft said its bid to acquire the U.S. portion of TikTok was rejected.
Minnesota’s Political Geography: Republicans Keep Getting Close But Democrats Have Urban And Suburban Strength - Washington Post
Both parties were surprised by what Trump almost pulled off in 2016. And both are investing in the state this year.
Trump And Biden Condemn Shooting Of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies - The Washington Post
Two officers were shot Saturday night while sitting in their squad car.
Latinos Warn Biden Could Fall Short - The Washington Post
Latino leaders say Biden’s outreach falls short and he is risking his chance to win Florida. A Biden visit to Miami on Tuesday — and a cash infusion from Mike Bloomberg — reflect a scramble to catch up.
Dense Smoke Smothers West Coast, Shutting Residents Indoors And Complicating Fire Response - The Washington Post
Officials and health experts urged residents to stay indoors unless absolutely necessary, keep doors and windows closed, and use fans and air conditioners to keep air circulating in their homes.
Israel Heads To Second Coronavirus Lockdown - The Washington Post
The new restrictions are set to begin Friday, coinciding with the start of a month of Jewish holy festivals.
How Former Trump Adviser Steve Bannon Joined Forces With A Chinese Billionaire Who Has Divided The President’s Allies - The Washington Post
Bannon has emerged as one of the biggest champions of businessman Guo Wengui, who casts himself as an anti-communist dissident, even as other critics of the Chinese government have grown skeptical of his claims.
Naomi Osaka Caps Two Weeks Of U.S. Open Activism With One Question - The Washington Post
Osaka turned around a question about her seven masks that feature the names of victims of violence and police brutality.
Russian Hackers Who Disrupted 2016 Election Targeting Political Parties Again, Microsoft Says - The Washington Post
China and Iran are trying to breach political campaigns, but did not succeed, the firm said.
Democrats Block Slimmed-down GOP Coronavirus Relief Bill As Hopes Fade For Any More Congressional Support - The Washington Post
Democrats and one Republican voted to block coronavirus relief bill; prospects dim for restarting bipartisan talks on additional stimulus.
Former Officers Charged In George Floyd Killing Turn Blame On Each Other - The Washington Post
In court documents filed in Minneapolis, defense attorneys indicate that the four officers have significantly different accounts of Floyd’s death, and who should take responsibility.
Michael Forest Reinoehl Was Killed By Police Without Warning Or Trying To Arrest Him, Witness Claims - The Washington Post
“We are very concerned for our client’s safety for speaking out, both from the fascist right, and retaliation by law enforcement,” said Luke Laughlin, the witness's attorney.
Opinion | Jerry Falwell Jr.’s Downfall Won’t Change Anything For Evangelicals - The Washington Post
The evangelical movement is fed by too many tributaries for any one person to poison it.
In Kenosha, Jacob Blake’s Shooting Deepens Longstanding Resentments And Fears - The Washington Post
Former officials say the city has been too slow to embrace reforms that could build trust.