1. In November 2016, the Washington Post published a story that relied heavily on a report by PropOrNot, an anonymous internet group that seeks to expose what it calls Russian propaganda.
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2. The Washington Post has endorsed Democrats for president during at least nine different presidential elections.
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3. In December 2016, The Washington Post published a story inaccurately stating that a Russian hacking operation had infiltrated the US electrical grid; the claim was retracted in a revised version of the story, after the initial version had been widely circulated.
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