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Petula Dvorak
Columnist for The Washington Post, off- balance mother of two, forever searching for comfortable 4-inch heels and really good tomato soup.
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Here it is. One of the best surprise-ending political ads of all time: Paul Gosar Is Not Working For You Long via
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Here it is. One of the best surprise-ending political ads of all time: Paul Gosar Is Not Working For You Long via
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✏️✏️ Jen Frankel 📝📝 Sep 21
If all the women who've kept silent over the years about assaults marched on Washington... Well, could Washington hold them all? A great idea.
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Cindy Gallop Sep 21
Men - your girlfriends haven't told you. Your wives haven't told you. Your daughters haven't told you. Your female colleagues haven't told you. Your female bosses haven't told you. Your women friends haven't told you. YOU HAVE NO IDEA.
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Petula Dvorak Sep 19
Even if you believe that drunk 17-year-old boys do stupid and felonious things that shouldn’t follow them their whole lives, the failed test of true character comes when a grown man continues to revel in these things, which this man has done repeatedly in very public ways.
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Petula Dvorak Sep 18
Perspective | How much would you pay for one more day, one more month with someone you love?
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Petula Dvorak Sep 17
Let's take a moment to see who some of these migrant kids really are, and what they want.
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Petula Dvorak Sep 14
Replying to @LizSzabo
And I love your work, Liz. But I went as far as I could without the med reporting that you do to express the doubts you share. Only 10% of DIPG kids go 2 years after diagnosis, and that was what the clinic gave them. From my column:
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Petula Dvorak Sep 14
Maybe it’s your tweet that is misleading, Dr. I mentioned your concerns a couple times, including this paragraph. Making bigger leaps without deep, scientific reporting is journalistic malpractice. My readers are smart enough to draw their own conclusions.
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Petula Dvorak Sep 11
Hey , here is an alumna to be so proud of. A remarkable human.
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David Nakamura Sep 11
Shanksville shuttle buses on message.
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Petula Dvorak Sep 11
After a hurricane, the stay-or-go question is the hardest one. Here’s what it looks like when you try to do both.
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Karen Tumulty Sep 6
Believe it or not, this marks the first time has ever made the cover of a major national newsmagazine. Never happened when she was the first woman speaker.
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Petula Dvorak Sep 4
His friends, family and especially his grandma all said: “I told you so.”
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Petula Dvorak Sep 4
Replying to @brittaufait
Thanks! Will fix!
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Petula Dvorak Aug 31
Lilly Ledbetter had to come back to those steps, as much as she hated them...
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Petula Dvorak Aug 30
Frigid offices, freezing women, oblivious men: An air-conditioning investigation
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Maggie Haberman Aug 29
Pete Hammill didn’t want to run Trump stories at the NYDN in the 1990s because he said they were too often Trump trying to serve as an anonymous source about himself.
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Paul Farhi Aug 28
One of the joys of printed newspapers: The story laid out simply, understandable in an instant. Check out the ’s A1 treatment of the WH-McCain flag controversy this morning. 3 pics, 3 cutlines. Got it.
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