Washington Post names veteran media executive Will Lewis as its new publisher and CEO

Post owner Jeff Bezos announced the appointment in an email to staff shortly before 8:30 Saturday night, after The New York Times published the news.

published on : 6th November 2023

The Washington Post plans to cut 240 jobs through voluntary buyouts

The incoming cuts — which are set to impact about 10% of The Post’s 2,500-person staff — arrive following previous, but smaller, reductions seen at the company not long ago.

published on : 11th October 2023

US government hours from shutdown, funding chaos

The two chambers of Congress are deadlocked, with a small group of Republicans in the House of Representatives pushing back against stopgap measures that would at least keep the lights on.

published on : 30th September 2023

Asia Cup final: Washington Sundar called up as cover for injured Axar Patel

More than the swelling on his forearm, it is Axar's hamstring issue which will keep the Indian team management worried with just three weeks to go for the World Cup.

published on : 16th September 2023

‘Not so crazy about taking punches’, says actor Denzel Washington

He returns to 'The Equalizer' franchise with the third film, performing the stunts himself, and shooting in Italy  

published on : 10th September 2023

In ‘Equalizer 3,’ Denzel Washington’s assassin goes to Italy

“Denzel is an international movie star,” Fuqua told The Associated Press. “We thought it would be nice to see a man of color in a story that’s more international.

published on : 31st August 2023

Movie Review: Denzel Washington's vigilante battles the Italian mafia in 'Equalizer 3'

“The Equalizer” is loosely based on a 1980s TV series about a former intelligence service agent who spends his retirement bringing the scales of justice back in balance for regular folks he encounters

published on : 31st August 2023

China warns US trade curbs threaten global supply chains; to hold fresh talks on trade disputes

In a readout of Monday talks in Beijing between the Chinese commerce minister and his US counterpart Gina Raimondo, Wang Wentao had urged Washington to "match its words with actions".

published on : 29th August 2023

Washington legal marijuana farms get back to work after pesticide concerns prompted restrictions 

Due to marijuana's illegal status under federal law, states have written their own rules about pesticides in cannabis.

published on : 16th July 2023

Nine people shot and wounded in US as violence continues to mar July Fourth

The victims which included two juveniles were transported to local hospitals by the Fire-based Emergency Medical Services.

published on : 5th July 2023

Two people killed in shooting at Washington state music festival

Organizers of the Beyond Wonderland electronic music festival said on social media that Sunday’s events at the Gorge Amphitheatre were canceled.

published on : 18th June 2023

No survivors found after plane that flew over DC and led to fighter jet scramble crashes in Virginia

A U.S. official confirmed that the military jet had scrambled to respond to the small and wayward plane, which wasn't responding to radio transmissions and later crashed.

published on : 5th June 2023
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