Craig Whitlock

investigative reporter, The Washington Post

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Pentagon correspondent, and former Berlin Bureau Chief, for the Washington Post

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Former U.S. military leaders are helping anti-democratic countries with a history of human rights abuses, such as Saudi Arabia. That’s according to a new Washington Post investigation.

Retired US military leaders make big bucks by consulting abroad

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The Washington Post released a bombshell report this morning, showing that the U.S.

U.S. government hasn’t been telling the truth about the war in Afghanistan, report shows

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