Lindsey Bever, Washington Post

Lindsey Bever

Washington Post

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Recent articles by Lindsey:

Pence says criticism of wife’s job at anti-LGBT Christian school is ‘deeply offensive to us’

"This criticism of Christian education in America should stop,” Vice President Pence said. → Read More

How an old, far-right meme about Muslim ‘prayer rugs’ at the border became a Trump tweet

Unsubstantiated rumors of "prayer rugs" found at the border have long circulated among ranchers and on the Internet. → Read More

Pantene’s new model is a year old and has better hair than all of us

Baby Chanco just appeared in Pantene's “#HairWeGo" campaign, encouraging women to express themselves. → Read More

The breakout star of William Barr’s confirmation hearing: His note-writing grandson

Liam Daly wrote a note to his grandfather William Barr during Barr's confirmation hearing: “Dear Grandpa, I love you so much. You are doing great so far." → Read More

He spotted Jayme Closs at a bus stop, then launched deadly plan to kidnap her, police say

BARRON, Wis. - He shaved his head and his face, wiping down his father's shotgun and six 12-gauge shells to avoid leaving a physical trace. He replaced → Read More

Three children were playing in an unplugged freezer. Then, police say, there was ‘a real tragic accident.’

The children, ages 1, 4 and 6, were trapped inside a freezer in Suwannee County, Fla., and died of suffocation, authorities said. → Read More

‘Please be advised that the eyes appear to glow’: Bigfoot-like sculpture alarms N.C. drivers

People have been calling the Davie County Animal Shelter in Mocksville, N.C., to report Bigfoot. It's just a statue. → Read More

Jayme Closs escaped her captor. Now, the 13-year-old is healing in her family’s loving embrace.

Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, of Gordon, Wis., who is accused of killing Jayme Closs's parents and kidnapping the teen, is set to be formally charged in court Monday. → Read More

A man who allegedly tried to rob a UFC fighter learned all about rear-naked choke holds

Brazilian UFC fighter Polyana Viana said a man tried to rob her in Rio de Janeiro. So she punched him, kicked him and "caught him in a rear-naked choke." → Read More

Fortnite maker Epic Games earns 'F' rating from Better Business Bureau

Epic Games, creator of Fortnite, was given an "F" rating by the Better Business Bureau amid mounting customer service complaints. → Read More

Special-education teacher charged with assault after dragging student with autism through school’s halls

Former special-education teacher Trina Abrams has pleaded not guilty to a charge of assault in the fourth degree. → Read More

Child with food allergy dies after inhaling fish fumes, father says

Cod was cooking when the 11-year-old arrived at his grandmother's New York home. He started to wheeze. → Read More

Ocasio-Cortez, booed for her Pelosi vote, fires back: ‘Don’t hate me cause you ain’t me’

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was booed on her first day in Congress. Her saucy response was delivered on Twitter. → Read More

Child with food allergy dies after inhaling fish fumes, father says

Cameron Jean-Pierre, who had a known fish allergy, had a severe reaction to fumes from cooking cod, his father said. → Read More

A Mega Millions player rang in the new year by winning one of the largest lottery jackpots

A single Mega Millions ticket won an estimated $425 million on New Year's Day. → Read More

Trump’s ‘Game of Thrones’-style poster makes cryptic cameo at Cabinet meeting

"SANCTIONS ARE COMING," the poster said. → Read More

Harry Reid: Trump is ‘the worst president we’ve ever had’

The former Senate majority leader also told New York Times Magazine that President Trump is “amoral” and “oblivious.” → Read More

‘Is there a Santa Claus?’: How a child’s letter inspired the classic ‘Yes, Virginia’ response

In 1897, Virginia O’Hanlon penned a famous letter to the New York's Sun. More than a century later, we're still reading the newspaper's response. Here's why. → Read More

A mother vanished on Thanksgiving. Now her fiance is facing murder charges.

A month after Kelsey Berreth disappeared, her fiance, Patrick Frazee has been arrested on charges of first-degree murder and solicitation to commit murder. → Read More

Holiday Hershey’s Kisses are arriving with broken tips, and chocolate lovers are not happy

Bakers and chocolate lovers are calling out Hershey’s over countless Kisses with broken tips. → Read More