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Washington Post researcher honored by colleagues

Via Newslib:

Congratulations to Washington Post researcher Julie Tate, who is a winner of a Eugene Meyer Award from her colleagues.

Publisher Katharine Weymouth lauded her in an email to staff as someone who “could hold the name of every Al Qaeda terrorist and Guantanamo prisoner in her head, organized by date of capture or killing, but she could unearth every person who ever worked for Dick Cheney, she had instant recall of football and basketball players on a dozen teams.”

Poynter has more about Julie and the award.

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