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Joined on March 27, 2007

We looked inside some of the tweets by @washingtonpost and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
19 minutes
Average replies
Average retweets
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Tweets with photos
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

3. in country United States and category Daily News

4. in country United States and category Media

5. in category Daily News

20. in category Media

61. in country United States

152. worldwide

House Democrats insert language in federal spending bill ordering removal of Confederate statues from U.S. Capitol

Virginia schools quickly drop Confederate names, this time ignoring calls to preserve "history"

Drawing on grandma’s lessons from 1918, a distillery donated 800 gallons of hand sanitizer

Perspective: "Talking about my cancer either drew people to me or repelled them far away."

The future of travel, according to Travel Channel host Kellee Edwards

Perspective: Americans gave up a lot to stop the pandemic. Our leaders wasted that sacrifice.

Overwhelmed nursing homes kept taking new patients. Some got sick and died.

Opinion: Reagan said Democrats had no ideas. Now that’s true of the GOP.

Perspective: When writer Hache Carrillo died, the world discovered his true identity. What does that mean for his legacy?

Chechen exiles are being hunted down. Often, the trail leads back to Russia.

Analysis: The George Floyd protests generated more media coverage than any protest in 50 years

Opinion: What 11 Republican senators had to say about Trump’s racism

Analysis: LeBron James’s "Decision" defined a decade of player movement

Spencer Cox wins Utah GOP gubernatorial primary, dashing Jon Huntsman’s hopes of a comeback

Pentagon considering a base-wide ban on Confederate flags

States mandate masks, begin to shut down again, as coronavirus cases soar and hospitalizations rise

Charlie Daniels, country fiddler behind "Devil Went Down to Georgia," dies at 83

Coronavirus relief loans benefited members of Congress, lawyer who represented Trump and firms that reported creating no jobs

Roger Stone again seeks to delay reporting to prison

Britain may further limit Huawei in 5G, a win for Washington and blow to China

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