The Washington Post

A time and a place for a time and a place

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Time after time, I am grateful that my local newspaper is The Post, largely because of the newsroom’s commitment to political and Washington coverage and analysis. The July 12 news article “Jan. 6 hearing likely to focus on links to militants groups” set up the coming hearing of the House select committee.

I am frustrated by The Post’s lack of giving readers the basics.

Time after time, however, I am frustrated by The Post’s lack of giving readers the basics. For example, in 28 inches of text and a print layout that included two photograph­s and a two-column, three-line display quote, there was no mention of the hearing’s start time. Nor did a reader learn where or how to watch or view the hearing. I had to find the start time by researchin­g online.

I’d rather The Post’s story have taken the time to tell me.

J. Ford Huffman, Washington

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