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Editorials represent the point of view of The Washington Post as an institution, as determined by debate among members of the Editorial Board, based in the Opinions section and separate from the Newsroom.
Members of the editorial board and areas of intervention: editor of the editorial page Fred Hiatt; Associate Editorial Page Editor Karen Tumulty; Associate Editorial Page Editor Ruth Marcus; Associate Editor, Editorial Page Jo-Ann Armao (Education, DC Business); Jonathan Capehart (national policy); Lee Hockstader (immigration; issues affecting Virginia and Maryland); David E. Hoffman (global public health, human rights and democracy); Charles Lane (foreign affairs, national security, international economics); Heather Long (economics); Molly Roberts (technology and society); and Stephen Stromberg (elections, White House, Congress, legal affairs, energy, environment, health care).
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