Washington Post


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Washington Post

 

one of the most influential daily newspapers in the USA. Circulation, approximately 500,000 copies (1973). Published in Washington by The Washington Post Company since 1877. It became the owner of the Times Herald newspaper in 1954. The Washington Post principally reflects the interests of the sector of business and political circles in the USA that adheres to “moderate” positions on domestic and foreign policy. It maintains close ties with the leadership of the Democratic Party of the USA.

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A spending plan approved by the House would eliminate funding for a consultant charged with improving the Homeland Security Department's image, the Washington Post reports.
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