Founded almost a century ago, the Washington Post is the oldest daily serving the D.C. area, and is considered one of America's pre-eminent newspapers. Focusing on news and information about the White House and the U.S. government in general, it is the 6th largest newspaper in the United States with a weekday circulation of 656,297 and a Sunday readership of close to 930,619. This publication covers topics ranging from politics, government, technology, business, health, sports, travel and style. The Washington Post launched a website in 1996 (www.washingtonpost.com), and is a 24-7 information site offering breaking news, analysis and opinion on national, world and local events. Coverage features in-depth reporting by Washington Post journalists, multimedia and interactive features like live online discussions and blogs.
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