The Washington Post attacked Rep. Elise Stefanik for tweeting an "unnatural" photo of Speaker Nancy Pelosi, even though such modifications are standard.
A federal judge reversed his ruling Monday and announced that the family of Kentucky teenager Nicholas Sandmann can sue The Washington Post for libel.
Max Boot wrote in an op-ed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi couldn’t have died a coward, as President Donald Trump said, because “he blew himself up.”
The Washington Post changed the headline on its obituary for ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, replacing "terrorist" with "religious scholar."
The Washington Post passed on a thinly sourced allegation about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh before the New York Times published.
The Washington Post on Tuesday retracted an op-ed writer’s distorted attempt to link conservative author J.D. Vance to white nationalism.
Three experts claimed that President Donald Trump's "rhetoric may encourage hate crimes" and linked Trump rallies to a rise in hate crimes.
The Washington Post issued a lengthy editor's note in response to outcries over how the news outlet covered the Covington Catholic incident.