Eli Saslow The Washington Post

'Eli Saslow The Washington Post' - 6 News Result(s)

  • "Nothing On This Page Is Real": How Lies Become Truth In Online America
    World News | Eli Saslow, The Washington Post | Sunday November 18, 2018
    On Facebook, he writes America's Last Line of Defense. She likes and shares.
  • He Threatened To Kill Himself After His Family Died. So Cops Took His Guns
    World News | Eli Saslow, The Washington Post | Sunday March 18, 2018
    John McGuire was inside his house with 81 guns when five state troopers were dispatched to investigate a threat he had reportedly made. They drove past a series of frozen lakes and up an unplowed driveway to a house set back in the Connecticut woods.
  • Trump Accuser Keeps Telling Her Story, Hoping Someone Will Finally Listen
    World News | Eli Saslow, The Washington Post | Tuesday February 20, 2018
    She believed her best chance to be heard was through sheer repetition, so Rachel Crooks took her seat at the dining table and prepared to tell the story again. She was used to difficult audiences, to skeptics and Internet trolls who flooded her Facebook page with threats, but this was a generous crowd: a dozen women, all friends of her aunt, gather...
  • Seeking Custody - And Answers
    World News | Eli Saslow, The Washington Post | Monday November 28, 2016
    Sister of San Bernardino shooter is trying to adopt her orphaned niece.
  • After Her Boyfriend's Shooting, Diamond Reynolds' Composure Was Tested Again
    World News | Eli Saslow, The Washington Post | Monday September 12, 2016
    Two police cruisers had just pulled up to the apartment building, their second visit of the day, but this time Diamond Reynolds barely bothered to look up. "Always something," said Diamond, 27, as she shoved the contents of her closet into a cardboard box. She had six hours left to move out or risk eviction. Her short-term lease expired at 5 p.m., ...
  • 'Where's Syed?' Colleagues Tell How the Shooting Unfolded.
    World News | Eli Saslow, Stephanie McCrummen, The Washington Post | Friday December 4, 2015
    Another morning stuck in a conference room, another requisite all-staff meeting, and Patrick Baccari arrived to find his co-worker Syed Farook sitting at a table by himself. He was wearing a button-down shirt and a long beard. Baccari walked over to join him. "Ready to be bored?" Baccari asked, because that was always their joke. San Bernardino Cou...

'Eli Saslow The Washington Post' - 6 News Result(s)

  • "Nothing On This Page Is Real": How Lies Become Truth In Online America
    World News | Eli Saslow, The Washington Post | Sunday November 18, 2018
    On Facebook, he writes America's Last Line of Defense. She likes and shares.
  • He Threatened To Kill Himself After His Family Died. So Cops Took His Guns
    World News | Eli Saslow, The Washington Post | Sunday March 18, 2018
    John McGuire was inside his house with 81 guns when five state troopers were dispatched to investigate a threat he had reportedly made. They drove past a series of frozen lakes and up an unplowed driveway to a house set back in the Connecticut woods.
  • Trump Accuser Keeps Telling Her Story, Hoping Someone Will Finally Listen
    World News | Eli Saslow, The Washington Post | Tuesday February 20, 2018
    She believed her best chance to be heard was through sheer repetition, so Rachel Crooks took her seat at the dining table and prepared to tell the story again. She was used to difficult audiences, to skeptics and Internet trolls who flooded her Facebook page with threats, but this was a generous crowd: a dozen women, all friends of her aunt, gather...
  • Seeking Custody - And Answers
    World News | Eli Saslow, The Washington Post | Monday November 28, 2016
    Sister of San Bernardino shooter is trying to adopt her orphaned niece.
  • After Her Boyfriend's Shooting, Diamond Reynolds' Composure Was Tested Again
    World News | Eli Saslow, The Washington Post | Monday September 12, 2016
    Two police cruisers had just pulled up to the apartment building, their second visit of the day, but this time Diamond Reynolds barely bothered to look up. "Always something," said Diamond, 27, as she shoved the contents of her closet into a cardboard box. She had six hours left to move out or risk eviction. Her short-term lease expired at 5 p.m., ...
  • 'Where's Syed?' Colleagues Tell How the Shooting Unfolded.
    World News | Eli Saslow, Stephanie McCrummen, The Washington Post | Friday December 4, 2015
    Another morning stuck in a conference room, another requisite all-staff meeting, and Patrick Baccari arrived to find his co-worker Syed Farook sitting at a table by himself. He was wearing a button-down shirt and a long beard. Baccari walked over to join him. "Ready to be bored?" Baccari asked, because that was always their joke. San Bernardino Cou...
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