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Max Boot warned of the worldwide importance that would accompany a rematch between Joe Biden and Donald Trump in November.
Israel raided the Gaza facility last month, but a military spokesperson said they "cannot provide additional information" on the hospital assault.
Gabriel Noronha, who served during the Trump administration, oddly took The Washington Post to task for its holiday decorations.
The company said in October that it planned to cut about 10% of its staff, months after a report that the paper was set to lose $100 million this year.
The former GOP congresswoman has warned repeatedly about the risks of allowing Donald Trump another term in the White House.
The move is a rare one by the media as American society grapples with the ethics behind sharing disturbing content to fight the gun violence epidemic.
The paper's opinion editor admitted he “missed something profound and divisive" about the illustration, which was titled “Human Shields."
The media company's CEO said the Post is offering voluntary buyouts in the hopes of avoiding potential layoffs.
A one-of-a-kind editor's note in The Washington Post reminds us that no couple sees eye to eye on everything.
The move shows the Florida governor is running in 2024 as "an echo" rather than an alternative to Donald Trump, said the newspaper's editorial board.