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Sarah Kaplan
reporter covering news from around the nation and across the universe. sarah.kaplan@washpost.com
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Manas Sharma 1h
Strange feeling to realise people back home in India have been losing ~5 years of their lives due to pollution. People in some parts near my hometown lose eleven years. Pretty mind boggling. Please read.
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Elahe Izadi 2h
The 's new daily podcast launches DECEMBER 3! WOOT!
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Rebecca Boyle 3h
Most relatable spacecraft ever
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Sarah Kaplan 1h
These are great jobs with a GREAT editor!
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Kendra "Gloom is My Beat" Pierre-Louis 5h
NASA researchers say the destruction of Borneo’s forests contributed to the largest single-year global increase in carbon emissions in 2 millenniums... lawmakers had lit the fuse on a powerful carbon bomb
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Sarah Kaplan 5h
Replying to @martinepowers
This is my favorite Morrison novel!!! I love Sula so so much.
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Justin Fenton 5h
Replying to @justin_fenton
Taylor Hayes, 7, was killed when a vehicle she was traveling in was fired upon; her younger sister is expected to survive after being struck last night in the crossfire while walking to a corner store, dropping her doll baby to the ground
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Justin Fenton 5h
Simply unbelievable: The 5 year old girl who was shot last night is the younger sister of a 7 year old girl who was shot earlier this year
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Sarah Kaplan 5h
“People keep using the word ‘unprecedented,’ and I keep looking for a different word, but I can’t find one because it works so well.” A harrowing report from ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Sarah Kaplan 5h
“To say that one may apply for something that one has no right to receive is to render the right to apply a dead letter,” the judge argued. “There simply is no reasonable way to harmonize the two.”
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Priya Krishnakumar 🦅 17h
We're starting to get clear enough satellite imagery of the 's destruction (thanks to ). At the risk of sounding repetitive it's just a staggering amount of loss.
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Harvard Health Nov 18
Compared with their own mothers, American women today are 50% more likely to die in .
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Laura Helmuth Nov 19
“I don’t think anyone has ever seen such a modification of the landscape at such a huge scale by such tiny little creatures." By on
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Sarah Kaplan 15h
Hospitals in Chicago, like so many around the country, train to respond to shootings. But doctors didn’t expect to experience a massacre inside their doors.
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Katie Zezima 16h
Global warming is posing such wide-ranging risks to humanity, involving so many types of phenomena, that by the end of this century some parts of the world could face as many as six climate-related crises at the same time, researchers say.
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Rosalind Helderman 18h
Big scoop: Ivanka Trump used a personal email account to send hundreds of emails about government business last year, report.
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Matt Zapotosky 23h
The end of the year is so fun. Everyone is thinking about their Pulitzer packages and publishing what they see as capstone pieces.
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Sarah Kaplan Nov 19
Replying to @rachsieg
You are just the best 💜
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Loren Grush Nov 19
In which gets NASA's associate administrator to finally say what everyone has suspected: if the commercial alternatives succeed, SLS *might* be done
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Sarah Kaplan Nov 19
News you can use (to break the awkward silences that inevitably occur at parties because talking to strangers has never been your forte) A delightful dive into the science behind one of my favorite fun facts, by my friend :
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