District Of Columbia Newspapers

Washington Post

The Washington Post is the most widely circulated newspaper in Washington, D.C. It was founded in 1877 and is now the oldest extant in the area. The Washington Post is a leading American daily newspaper that has a particular emphasis on national politics. The Post has won 47 Pulitzer Prizes and 18 Nieman Fellowships, as well as 368 White House News Photographers Association awards, among others. The average daily circulation is 507,465 and the Sunday publication has an average circulation of 846,019. The papers weekday and Saturday printings include national and international news, business, politics, and editorial and opinions. They also have the local news, style section and sports section. Last, but not least the classified advertising section. The Sunday paper includes the same with the addition of Arts, Travel, comics, TV week, and the Washington Post Magazine. The newspaper is owned by The Washington Post Company with its headquarters located at 1150 15th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. United States. The publisher is Katharine Weymouth and Editor is Marcus Brauchli.

Washington Times

Founded in 1982, The Washington Times is one of the most-often-quoted newspapers in the U.S. It was founded in 1982 and is a full-service, general interest daily newspaper in the Nation’s capital. It has gained a reputation for hard-hitting investigative reporting and thorough coverage of politics and policy. Published by The Washington Times LLC, The Washington Times is "America's Newspaper."

Washington Times National Weekly

The Best of The Washington Times is put together and then rushed to the many people who want the multi-page newspaper that contains everything the local paper is missing. Its slogan is "America's Newspaper". National Weekly is a weekly tabloid edition aimed at a national audience.