Megan Greenwell

Staff writer for the Washington Post

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The latest Labor Department report showed that the U.S. economy only created 38,000 jobs in May.

LA's Brain Drain Problem

The latest Labor Department report showed that the U.S. economy only created 38,000 jobs in May.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

After a shoot-out involving  Blackwater USA , the government of Iraq wants to crack down on private America's security contractors.  Megan Greenwell is in Baghdad for the  Washington…

Iraq to Review Security Contractors after Shooting

After a shoot-out involving Blackwater USA , the government of Iraq wants to crack down on private America's security contractors.  Megan Greenwell is in Baghdad for the Washington…

from To the Point

The northern city of Kirkuk
today saw its deadliest attack by insurgents since the start of the war in Iraq. A suicide
truck bomb and two smaller car bombs killed at least 85 people…

Bombing Kills Scores in Kirkuk

The northern city of Kirkuk today saw its deadliest attack by insurgents since the start of the war in Iraq. A suicide truck bomb and two smaller car bombs killed at least 85 people…

from To the Point

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