Sun­day sec­tions de­liv­ered on Sun­day

The Washington Post Sunday - - CLASSIFIED -


Of course, much of The Sun­day Washington Post still will be de­liv­ered on Sun­day morn­ing. In the Main News sec­tion, read­ers will find the es­sen­tial na­tional and in­ter­na­tional news for which The Post is fa­mous, in­clud­ing un­ri­valed po­lit­i­cal cov­er­age by Dan Balz, Chris Cillizza and the Post Pol­i­tics team, along with editorials and com­men­tary from car­toon­ist Tom Toles, colum­nist Ge­orge Will and oth­ers. Out­look will con­tinue to fea­ture thought-pro­vok­ing opin­ion and anal­y­sis, as well as re­views of the week’s most im­por­tant new books. Metro will pro­vide un­matched cov­er­age of news and trends in the District, Mary­land and Vir­ginia, and our Sports team will get to the bot­tom of the lo­cal and na­tional sports scene, from the ball­park to the board­room.


The re­vamped Busi­ness sec­tion will ex­pand cov­er­age of lo­cal and na­tional busi­ness, with in­ves­ti­ga­tions and anal­y­sis of com­pa­nies and mar­ket trends, and pro­files of in­dus­try lead­ers. Sun­day Busi­ness will leave you bet­ter in­formed, whether you are an ex­ec­u­tive, man­ager, em­ployee, in­vestor or con­sumer. It will in­clude the ra­zor-sharp com­men­tary you’ve come to rely on from award­win­ning columnists such as Steven Pearl­stein, Ezra Klein and Michelle Sin­gle­tary. Be­hind the Busi­ness sec­tion, a new Sun­day Real Es­tate Guide will fea­ture a use­ful cutout guide to each week­end’s open houses.

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