natalie jennings

Social media and engagement manager for politics at The Washington Post and editor of The 12.
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Bless us all, it’s allergy season. We broke down which U.S. city has the worst time with allergies in spring, and how much those sneezes are worth to doctors and drug makers (it’s in the billions). » WATCH HERE. 


DC right now: At least we’re not Louisville (where allergies are worst)

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Bless us all, it’s allergy season. We broke down which U.S. city has the worst time with allergies in spring, and how much those sneezes are worth to doctors and drug makers (it’s in the billions). » WATCH HERE

DC right now: At least we’re not Louisville (where allergies are worst)

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A 16-year-old New Jersey thrill seeker was arrested for climbing to the top of 1 World Trade Center. Here’s how says he accessed it

The things people get away with (until they don’t). 

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“We will all miss her.”

Anna Wintour Remembers L’Wren Scott

Photographed by François Halard, Vogue, May 2012

@jborsch ‘s birthday is a big deal in Baltimore. (at Waterfront Hotel)

Be careful, you may learn some real history about all the Oscar-nominated story lines. 

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About all those based-on-a-true story Oscar nominees? We fact-checked them. Watch to see how they hold up: http://wapo.st/truthtrailers

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Just because a Winter Olympics’ host city is farther north does not mean altitudes and weather conditions in which athletes compete are higher and snowier than Games held farther south. Temperatures vary with latitude and normally decrease with altitude, impacting snow amounts of host cities and their venues. Here is a look at where Winter Olympics have been held since 1960.

A view of the Marine Corps Memorial, 02/06/1987

Photographer: Jane E. Rackley. From the series: Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files, 1982 - 2007, from the Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

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A new mini-TLDR about what life is like after a Facebook mix-up causes journalists to confuse you for a 9/11 truther. You can subscribe to the podcast here, or just listen below. 

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Here’s what happened in Bill Nye and Ken Ham’s debate on evolution, in less than five minutes.

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Then you’ll love this. The Post has collected some of this year’s ads, a few days early.

Watch them here!

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Know when it’s time to shush your friends for a good Super Bowl ad!