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... The Washington Post, out of Washington, DC, ran an online poll asking for reader feedback prior to the First North American blizzard of 2010 on February 4, 2010, and several blogs ... The Washington Post also popularized the terms "snOMG" and "kaisersnoze" (see Keyser Söze) in response to the February snowstorms ... During the evening preceding the first blizzard hitting Washington, DC, most of the United States federal government closed, and press coverage continued to characterize ...
... In addition to reporting on Wall Street as a correspondent for the Washington Post, he was the editor of Channels, a magazine about television, during the 1980s ... MSNBC on the Internet based in Redmond, Washington, and MSNBC Cable, based in New Jersey ... Brown was associated with The Washington Post from 1979 to 1985, serving as a financial reporter (1979–1982), New York financial correspondent (1982 ...
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... The issue became front page news when the Washington Post ran an article titled "Water in D.C ... Nakamura says that, even though he was "stunned" at the facts reported in that first story, the Post "had no idea about the size and scope of what was to follow." This first ... Engineers, which is responsible for the Washington Aqueduct that supplies water to WASA, rejected a recommendation to add phosphates to the water to prevent lead leaching in the mid-1990s.) The change to ...
... Rosen joined The Washington Post Company in 1986 as a staff attorney for The Washington Post newspaper and moved to Newsweek as Assistant Counsel in 1988 ... important for the debate on what needs to be done to improve the success of post-secondary education in America" ... Before joining The Washington Post Company, Rosen served as law clerk to the Hon ...
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