Chico Harlan The Washington Post

'Chico Harlan The Washington Post' - 14 News Result(s)

  • How A Law Professor Outmaneuvered Italy's Trump to Become PM Twice
    World News | Chico Harlan, Stefano Pitrelli, The Washington Post | Sunday September 8, 2019
    He was one of 90 people on staff at the university law school, with a reputation as being mild-mannered and formal. He showed up for work in well-designed suits with pocket squares. He taught two auditorium-size classes every semester.
  • 150 Migrants Feared Dead After Worst Mediterranean Shipwreck This Year
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Friday July 26, 2019
    The United Nations' refugee agency said Thursday that as many as 150 people are feared dead in a shipwreck off the coast of Libya, potentially marking the deadliest migrant disaster in the Mediterranean this year.
  • French Bishop Accused Of Sex Abuse Cover-Up Should Be Presumed Innocent: Pope Francis
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Monday April 1, 2019
    Making rare remarks about a high-profile abuse case, Pope Francis on Sunday said it was "important" that a French cardinal who had been convicted of covering up abuse be presumed innocent while he appeals his case.
  • Wikileaks Takes A Swipe At 'Famously Secret' Vatican's Power Struggle
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Thursday January 31, 2019
    Wikileaks, the tell-anything anti-secrecy organization, on Wednesday took aim at one of the world's most secretive institutions, the Vatican, releasing a small collection of documents about a power struggle involving Pope Francis, a leading traditionalist cardinal, and a medieval Catholic order of knights.
  • Ex-White House Aide May Turn Quiet Monastery Into Populist Training Area
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 26, 2018
    Inside the stone walls of the Trisulti monastery, for more than eight centuries, monks have lived in quiet seclusion, praying, reading and concocting medicinal remedies with herbs from the surrounding forest. But now, only one 83-year-old monk remains.
  • 10 Dead In Toronto Van Attack; "Shoot Me In The Head," Suspect Told Cops
    World News | Amanda Coletta, Alan Freeman, Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Tuesday April 24, 2018
    Several terrorism-related incidents in recent years have reminded the public that Canada is not immune to the kinds of events that have struck Europe and the United States.
  • "Can Sins Be Pardoned?" Woman Who Killed 115 Before Last Korean Olympics
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Tuesday February 6, 2018
    Until recently, she could often go full days without reminders of what happened. She preferred it that way. The event was so long ago. It was so terrible. She'd been pardoned for her crimes, and she'd tried to build a new version of her life. She got married. She raised two children. She attended church. She went on hikes - relaxing ones, short one...
  • Before Nuclear Weapons, North Korea Had Deadly Plots. They Blew Up Planes
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Thursday April 27, 2017
    On a January night in 1968, after two years of secretive training, a 31-member team of North Korean commandos cut a hole in the fence of the demilitarized border and started heading south. Their goal: to sneak undetected into the South Korean capital of Seoul, enter the presidential residence, and chop off the head of leader Park Chung-hee.
  • A Remote Island In Canada May Be Home To Americans Who Want To Flee Trump
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Sunday April 9, 2017
    The first sign of what Rob Calabrese would come to think of as America's unmooring began last year, just after Donald Trump won his first presidential primary and Calabrese published a $28 website that he'd designed in 30 minutes. "Hi Americans!" it began, and what followed was a sales pitch for an island where Muslims could "roam freely," and wher...
  • Suspect In Fort Lauderdale Shooting 'Lost His Mind' In Iraq, Family Says
    World News | Sari Horwitz, Cleve R. Wootson Jr., Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Sunday January 8, 2017
    Investigators were still trying to figure out on Saturday whether an 80-second airport shooting rampage, allegedly carried out by a gunman more than 4,000 miles from home, was driven by a terror motive or mental illness, authorities said.
  • Oil Firms Borrowed Billions. Now They're Getting Burned.
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Saturday March 26, 2016
    He'd borrowed from banks and investors and retirement funds, all in a frenzied mission to drill for oil and gas, and by the time Terry Swift realized he'd gone too far, this was his debt: $1.349 billion. His company, founded by his father almost 40 years earlier, had plunged into bankruptcy and laid off 25 percent of its staff. Its shares had been ...
  • How The World's Great Oil Powers Became So Powerless
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Thursday February 18, 2016
    To get a sense of how much more oil the world has than it needs, look to the world's oceans.
  • How China Now Threatens One Of The World's Greatest Success Stories
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Monday February 1, 2016
    Over the last 25 years, a period of remarkable economic growth spanning from China to South America spurred one of the world's greatest - and oft-overlooked - modern achievements: a dramatic reduction in the number of extreme poor.
  • US Added 292,000 Jobs In December; Unemployment Rate Steady At 5 Percent
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Friday January 8, 2016
    The new data provides the first complete measuring stick for the labor market in 2015, a year in which the nation contended with volatile oil prices, a major slowdown in China and modest growth at home.

'Chico Harlan The Washington Post' - 14 News Result(s)

  • How A Law Professor Outmaneuvered Italy's Trump to Become PM Twice
    World News | Chico Harlan, Stefano Pitrelli, The Washington Post | Sunday September 8, 2019
    He was one of 90 people on staff at the university law school, with a reputation as being mild-mannered and formal. He showed up for work in well-designed suits with pocket squares. He taught two auditorium-size classes every semester.
  • 150 Migrants Feared Dead After Worst Mediterranean Shipwreck This Year
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Friday July 26, 2019
    The United Nations' refugee agency said Thursday that as many as 150 people are feared dead in a shipwreck off the coast of Libya, potentially marking the deadliest migrant disaster in the Mediterranean this year.
  • French Bishop Accused Of Sex Abuse Cover-Up Should Be Presumed Innocent: Pope Francis
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Monday April 1, 2019
    Making rare remarks about a high-profile abuse case, Pope Francis on Sunday said it was "important" that a French cardinal who had been convicted of covering up abuse be presumed innocent while he appeals his case.
  • Wikileaks Takes A Swipe At 'Famously Secret' Vatican's Power Struggle
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Thursday January 31, 2019
    Wikileaks, the tell-anything anti-secrecy organization, on Wednesday took aim at one of the world's most secretive institutions, the Vatican, releasing a small collection of documents about a power struggle involving Pope Francis, a leading traditionalist cardinal, and a medieval Catholic order of knights.
  • Ex-White House Aide May Turn Quiet Monastery Into Populist Training Area
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 26, 2018
    Inside the stone walls of the Trisulti monastery, for more than eight centuries, monks have lived in quiet seclusion, praying, reading and concocting medicinal remedies with herbs from the surrounding forest. But now, only one 83-year-old monk remains.
  • 10 Dead In Toronto Van Attack; "Shoot Me In The Head," Suspect Told Cops
    World News | Amanda Coletta, Alan Freeman, Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Tuesday April 24, 2018
    Several terrorism-related incidents in recent years have reminded the public that Canada is not immune to the kinds of events that have struck Europe and the United States.
  • "Can Sins Be Pardoned?" Woman Who Killed 115 Before Last Korean Olympics
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Tuesday February 6, 2018
    Until recently, she could often go full days without reminders of what happened. She preferred it that way. The event was so long ago. It was so terrible. She'd been pardoned for her crimes, and she'd tried to build a new version of her life. She got married. She raised two children. She attended church. She went on hikes - relaxing ones, short one...
  • Before Nuclear Weapons, North Korea Had Deadly Plots. They Blew Up Planes
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Thursday April 27, 2017
    On a January night in 1968, after two years of secretive training, a 31-member team of North Korean commandos cut a hole in the fence of the demilitarized border and started heading south. Their goal: to sneak undetected into the South Korean capital of Seoul, enter the presidential residence, and chop off the head of leader Park Chung-hee.
  • A Remote Island In Canada May Be Home To Americans Who Want To Flee Trump
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Sunday April 9, 2017
    The first sign of what Rob Calabrese would come to think of as America's unmooring began last year, just after Donald Trump won his first presidential primary and Calabrese published a $28 website that he'd designed in 30 minutes. "Hi Americans!" it began, and what followed was a sales pitch for an island where Muslims could "roam freely," and wher...
  • Suspect In Fort Lauderdale Shooting 'Lost His Mind' In Iraq, Family Says
    World News | Sari Horwitz, Cleve R. Wootson Jr., Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Sunday January 8, 2017
    Investigators were still trying to figure out on Saturday whether an 80-second airport shooting rampage, allegedly carried out by a gunman more than 4,000 miles from home, was driven by a terror motive or mental illness, authorities said.
  • Oil Firms Borrowed Billions. Now They're Getting Burned.
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Saturday March 26, 2016
    He'd borrowed from banks and investors and retirement funds, all in a frenzied mission to drill for oil and gas, and by the time Terry Swift realized he'd gone too far, this was his debt: $1.349 billion. His company, founded by his father almost 40 years earlier, had plunged into bankruptcy and laid off 25 percent of its staff. Its shares had been ...
  • How The World's Great Oil Powers Became So Powerless
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Thursday February 18, 2016
    To get a sense of how much more oil the world has than it needs, look to the world's oceans.
  • How China Now Threatens One Of The World's Greatest Success Stories
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Monday February 1, 2016
    Over the last 25 years, a period of remarkable economic growth spanning from China to South America spurred one of the world's greatest - and oft-overlooked - modern achievements: a dramatic reduction in the number of extreme poor.
  • US Added 292,000 Jobs In December; Unemployment Rate Steady At 5 Percent
    World News | Chico Harlan, The Washington Post | Friday January 8, 2016
    The new data provides the first complete measuring stick for the labor market in 2015, a year in which the nation contended with volatile oil prices, a major slowdown in China and modest growth at home.
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