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Patricia Sullivan
Washington Post reporter, old and new media. Founded Good Morning Silicon Valley, one of first blogs. patricia.sullivan@washpost.com
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Patricia Sullivan 12h
E-bikes, e-scooters will be welcome on Arlington County streets, as county board unanimously OKs a 9-month trial period. (Bird now has 500 vehicles in Arl, but Lime is on its way and others may come soon).
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Patricia Sullivan 15h
Arlington manager warns of higher taxes, more service cuts next year
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Mike Rosenberg Sep 24
Amazon is doling out 2-4% raises to warehouse workers. One said his 3% raise was the first he got in 4 years. He makes $13.15 an hour. CEO Jeff Bezos, the world's richest man, has seen his net worth surge 59% just so far this year - an extra $59 billion
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Paul Kane Sep 24
Guys, it's literally -- literally -- been the darkest September on record.
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lori montgomery Sep 24
This terrifying story by is worth your time.
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Capital Weather Gang Sep 24
Even if it does form it won't be strong, but it will probably bring unwanted rain to eastern N.C.
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Washington Post Sep 22
Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford say she has accepted Senate Judiciary Committee request to testify against Kavanaugh
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Laura Helmuth Sep 21
If you haven't seen it yet, you gotta see this amazing footage of a... what exactly? Please watch with the sound on if you can for the Greek chorus of marine scientists. By on
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Jenna Portnoy Sep 21
.⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ meet for their first debate this morning in Loudoun County. So far they’re only agreed to one other (sort of) joint appearance in late October at the Adams center mosque. -
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Patricia Sullivan Sep 18
Hey NC, it IS possible to drive north out of your city but be prepared for blocked and flooded roads. Map reading skills help. ILM to DCA (382 miles) in 10 hours today.
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Joel Achenbach Sep 17
NEW: The latest on Florence and historic flooding in NC and SC, from our ace storm reporters
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Dan Lamothe Sep 17
Just interviewed two of the U.S. generals involved in relief -- O'Shaughnessy and Lengyel -- by phone. Story to come, but one nugget: Marines have begun flying MV-22 Ospreys off Navy ships nearby to survey flooded areas. USS Kearsarge and USS Arlington remain nearby.
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Michael Downs Sep 17
My pal has reported during several hurricanes. She's doing important work now in North Carolina. The ingenuity behind this sort of journalism goes unseen but is nonetheless impressive.
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Patricia Sullivan Sep 17
One person has died in a Wilmington NC shelter, the county announced this morning. No cause of death yet but it was a shelter that included medically fragile people
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Patricia Sullivan Sep 16
Can you imagine your town being completely cut off by land, sea and air? That’s what is happening in Wilmington NC.
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NC Emergency Managem Sep 16
Statewide power outage total at 8 pm is 538,577 with the highest concentration in New Hanover, Brunswick, Carteret, Onslow and Robeson counties. Get updates:
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Micah Gelman Sep 16
Our journalists slept in firehouses, stairwells or didn’t sleep at all to tell the story of rescuers putting themselves at risk in North Carolina. Skillful editing by
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Katie Zezima Sep 16
Post reporters are fanned out throughout the Carolinas, working to get the story of Florence to you. Follow them:
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Patricia Sullivan Sep 16
Our latest from wet — really wet — North Carolina.
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Rachel Leah Siegel Sep 16
Access to Atlantic Beach is only now opening up. One sports shop had its windows blown out and doors ripped away. Beach chairs and pool noodles and boogie boards sat in one wet heap.
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