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Score Name Articles Top Average
98 Greg Sargent 18+1 Trump’s threat to send in troops just got more ugly and dangerous || Washington Post 5
80 George Will 3 Trump must be removed. So must his congressional enablers. || Washington Post 26
71 Jennifer Rubin 18+2 It takes a village to create a monster || Washington Post 3
64 Noah Smith 11+1 Racism Is the Biggest Reason the U.S. Safety Net Is So Weak || Bloomberg 5
59 Karen Attiah 2 How Western media would cover Minneapolis if it happened in another country || Washington Post 29
52 Aaron Blake 8 ‘The only good Democrat is a dead Democrat.' ‘When the looting starts, the shooting starts.’ Twice in 25 hours, Trump tweets conspicuous allusions to violence. || Washington Post 6
51 Teo Armus 3+4 ‘Sorry, no mask allowed’: Some businesses pledge to keep out customers who cover their faces || Washington Post 7
48 Lena H. Sun 1+5 Top White House official in charge of pandemic response exits abruptly || Washington Post 8
39 Tracy Jan 1 Asian American doctors and nurses are fighting racism and the coronavirus || Washington Post 39
38 Ariana Eunjung Cha 3+6 Children with perplexing syndrome linked to covid-19 may be experiencing deadly ‘cytokine storm’ || Washington Post 3
37 Philip Bump 10+3 Fauci puts it bluntly: Coronavirus deaths are undercounted || Washington Post 3
35 Timothy Bella 2+1 ‘I cannot breathe!’: FBI investigates death of a black man in Minneapolis after video shows police officer kneeling on his neck || Washington Post 11
35 Isaac Stanley-Becker 2+3 Trump’s promise of ‘Warp Speed’ fuels anti-vaccine movement in fertile corners of the Web || Washington Post 5
35 Errin Haines 5 Family seeks answers in fatal police shooting of Louisville woman in her apartment || Washington Post 7
29 Philip Rucker 1+4 As cities burned, Trump stayed silent — other than tweeting fuel on the fire || Washington Post 9
29 Meagan Flynn 3+2 ‘He gave his life for that hospital’: A doctor put off retirement to fight covid-19, only to die of the virus || Washington Post 5
25 Andrew Freedman 3+6 ‘Zombie fires’ are erupting in Siberia and Alaska, signaling severe Arctic fire season may lie ahead || Washington Post 2
25 Paul Farhi 1+4 ‘Never seen anything like this’: A CNN journalist’s arrest on live television shocks nation and inflames racial wounds || Washington Post 6
25 Anne Gearan 1 On weekend dedicated to war dead, Trump tweets insults, promotes baseless claims and plays golf || Washington Post 25
24 Amy Gardner 2+3 Federal judge guts Florida law requiring felons to pay fines before they can vote || Washington Post 8
24 Paul Waldman 8 Republicans are realizing the crisis is pulling them toward disaster || Washington Post 3
23 Joseph Allen 1+1 Airplanes don’t make you sick. Really. || Washington Post 11
23 Elahe Izadi 2+5 The Atlantic lays off dozens of staff members as pandemic hits media budgets || Washington Post 3
23 Margaret Sullivan 4 Trump has sown hatred of the press for years. Now journalists are under assault from police and protesters alike. || Washington Post 5
22 Matt Zapotosky 2+5 Barr says he does not expect Obama or Biden will be investigated by prosecutor reviewing 2016 Russia probe || Washington Post 3
22 Tony Romm 4+3 Trump readies executive order targeting Facebook, Google and Twitter, sparking widespread criticism about threats to free speech || Washington Post 3
22 Craig Pittman 2 Florida family grieves as Trump spreads debunked conspiracy theory to attack MSNBC host || Washington Post 11
21 Matthew Cappucci 25+4 Pattern change to bring warmer temperatures to much of the country next week || Washington Post 2
21 John Woodrow Cox 7+2 - The Washington Post || Washington Post 2
21 Gary Abernathy 1 What’s really behind Republicans wanting a swift reopening? Evangelicals. || Washington Post 21
20 Carolyn Y. Johnson 1+3 Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine shows encouraging early results in human safety trial || Washington Post 4
19 Ashley Parker 1+3 For a numbers-obsessed Trump, there’s one he has tried to ignore: 100,000 dead || Washington Post 4
18 Elizabeth Dwoskin 2+5 Twitter labels Trump’s tweets with a fact check for the first time || Washington Post 3
18 Joe Scarborough 5 I believe in American exceptionalism. That’s what makes this crisis so hard to accept. || Washington Post 3
18 Andrew Van Dam 3+1 The unluckiest generation in U.S. history || Washington Post 4
17 Lenny Bernstein 2+4 More evidence emerges on why covid-19 is so much worse than the flu || Washington Post 2
17 Meryl Kornfield 2+6 Rats are getting aggressive hunting for food amid restaurant closures, CDC warns || Washington Post 2
17 Toluse Olorunnipa 1+3 As coronavirus roils the nation, Trump reverts to tactic of accusing foes of felonies || Washington Post 5
16 Max Boot 5 Trump has turned America into a pitiful pariah || Washington Post 4
15 Joel Achenbach 1+8 Experiment shows human speech generates droplets that linger in the air for more than 8 minutes || Washington Post 1
15 John Wagner 3+9 Trump threatens funding for Michigan, Nevada over absentee, mail-in voting plans || Washington Post 1
15 Ishaan Tharoor 3+1 A Cold War legacy many Americans forget || Washington Post 3
15 John Hudson 1+2 Trump administration to end Iran deal waivers in a blow to Obama-era pact || Washington Post 5
14 Allyson Chiu 2+2 ‘Callous liars’: Pennsylvania Democrats say GOP put them at risk by hiding member’s positive covid-19 test || Washington Post 3
14 Dana Milbank 5+1 Trump shreds another Republican’s life’s work || Washington Post 2
14 Sally Jenkins 1 This is why Colin Kaepernick took a knee || Washington Post 14
14 Eliza Orlins 1 I’m a public defender in Manhattan. The Central Park video is all too familiar. || Washington Post 14
13 William Wan 1+3 The coronavirus pandemic is pushing America into a mental health crisis || Washington Post 2
13 Salvador Rizzo 1+2 Trump’s vicious claim that Joe Scarborough might have murdered an aide || Washington Post 4
13 Greg Miller 2+1 CIA veterans who monitored crackdowns abroad see troubling parallels in Trump handling of protests || Washington Post 13
13 Katrina Vanden Heuvel 2+2 The ingenuity keeping indie bookstores going || Washington Post 3
13 Darryl Fears 2+1 Interior Department official misused his position for personal gain, federal watchdog says || Washington Post 4
13 Lateshia Beachum 3+5 Two churches reclose after faith leaders and congregants get coronavirus || Washington Post 1
13 Dan Balz 2+2 America is at low ebb, shaken by multiple blows, and Trump adds to the distress || Washington Post 3
13 washpostvisuals 3 Tracking all of President Trump’s false or misleading claims || Washington Post 4
13 Tom Frieden 2 Coronavirus deaths: The 5 things we must do to save the most lives in the pandemic || Vox 6
12 Heather Long 2+3 Small business used to define America’s economy. The pandemic could change that forever. || Washington Post 2
12 Mitch Daniels 1+1 Why failing to reopen Purdue University this fall would be an unacceptable breach of duty || Washington Post 6
12 Leana Wen 2 We’re retreating to a new strategy on covid-19. Let’s call it what it is. || Washington Post 6
12 Todd Frankel 1 The government has spent decades studying what a life is worth. It hasn’t made a difference in the covid-19 crisis. || Washington Post 12
12 DeNeen L. Brown 1 Human Rights Watch calls for Tulsa Race Massacre reparations a century after violence || Washington Post 12
12 Craig Spencer 1 How long will we doctors last? || Washington Post 12
11 Jeff Stein 1+6 Coronavirus fallout will haunt U.S. economy for years, costing it $8 trillion through 2030, CBO says || Washington Post 2
11 Sean Sullivan 2+4 Bernie Sanders, seeking peace with Joe Biden, asks his own delegates to turn down the volume || Washington Post 1
11 Max Bearak 1+1 New Ebola outbreak declared in Congo city that last saw the virus in 2018 || Washington Post 5
11 David R. Williams 2 Health Equity—A New Kind of “Herd Immunity” || JAMA 5
11 Christopher Ingraham 2 Police shootings are a leading cause of death for young American men, new research shows || Washington Post 5
11 Karen Tumulty 4 Trump can’t contain his excitement about protesters being ‘really badly hurt’ || Washington Post 2
11 David Ignatius 4 Think we have military primacy over China? Think again. || Washington Post 2
10 Taylor Telford 2+1 The meat industry is trying to get back to normal. But workers are still getting sick — and shortages may get worse. || Washington Post 3
10 Dan Lamothe 1+1 In a veterans’ home hit by the coronavirus, chronic problems aided a disaster || Washington Post 5
10 Katherine Boyle 1 Silicon Valley has digitized everything but religion. Will that change? || Washington Post 10
9 Peter Whoriskey 2+2 Infection rates were climbing at Nebraska meatpacking plants. Then health officials stopped reporting the numbers. || Washington Post 2
9 Devlin Barrett 3+1 FBI charges Illinois man with rioting, handing out ‘bombs’ in Minneapolis || Washington Post 2
9 Michael Laris 1+3 Battered by upheaval, novelist Yu Lihua told raw stories from a speckled blue desk || Washington Post 2
9 Felicia Sonmez 2+3 Sen. Ernst says lawmakers should discuss fixing Social Security ‘behind closed doors’ || Washington Post 2
9 Lawrence Summers 2 It is hard to imagine the field of political economy without Alberto Alesina || Washington Post 4
9 Alexandra Petri 4 I am a simple potato guardian who needs my Second Amendment rights || Washington Post 2
9 Abby Ohlheiser 4 Older users share more misinformation. Your guess why might be wrong. || MIT Technology Review 2
9 Michele Norris 3 Joe Biden’s hill just got steeper. That’s a good thing. || Washington Post 3
8 Shibani Mahtani 1+1 Hong Kong protesters defy police crackdown to resist China’s tightening grip || Washington Post 4
8 Simon Denyer 2+1 Missing the excitement of a sports stadium crowd? In Japan, there’s an app for that. || Washington Post 2
8 Monica Hesse 2+1 Women on TikTok have cracked the code on how to satirize Trump || Washington Post 2
8 Drew Jones 1+1 Congress introduces new bill requiring cash refunds from airlines — regardless of who cancels the trip || Washington Post 4
8 Michael Gerson 2 Trump’s refusal to address racism threatens the identity of our country || Washington Post 4
8 Peter Sinclair 2 Perspective | Michigan dam failure shows the Midwest’s growing vulnerability to climate change || Washington Post 4
8 Michael Harriot 4 Amy Cooper is the kind of white woman black families warn their children about || Washington Post 2
8 Micki Mcelya 1 Almost 90,000 dead and no hint of national mourning. Are these deaths not ‘ours’? || Washington Post 8
8 Summer Marion 1 Withdrawing from the WHO would hurt global security — and global respect for the U.S. || Washington Post 8
8 Josh Rogin 3 New USAID religious-freedom adviser has history of anti-Islam comments || Washington Post 2
8 Marc Fisher 1 The need to go is a big barrier to going out. Why public bathrooms are a stumbling block for reopening. || Washington Post 8
8 Carl Bildt 1 The post-American world is now on full display || Washington Post 8
8 Daniel Drezner 2 Kramerbooks in Dupont Circle, R.I.P. || Washington Post 4
8 Marc Thiessen 3 SpaceX’s success is one small step for man, one giant leap for capitalism || Washington Post 2
7 Chelsea Janes 1+5 How many people are infected with the coronavirus? A major study will attempt to provide an answer. || Washington Post 1
7 Ben Guarino 1+3 This course will train an army of contact tracers. You can take it, too. || Washington Post 1
7 Anna Fifield 4+1 New Zealand edges back to normal after squashing coronavirus in 49 days || Washington Post 1
7 Colby Itkowitz 3+4 Rep. Maxine Waters lost her sister to covid-19 || Washington Post 1
7 Jeremy Konyndyk 1+1 It’s time for a ‘no regrets’ approach to coronavirus || Washington Post 3
7 Christopher Rowland 1+1 Taxpayers paid to develop remdesivir but will have no say when Gilead sets the price || Washington Post 3