Authored by Sadie Dingfelder, originally posted at The Washington Post,
In 2011, a staffer at Washingtonian found a government ID in a Metro parking garage and gave it to Garrett M. Graff (the magazine’s editor-in-chief at the time) to track down its owner. “Since I reported about that world, he figured I’d know what to do with it,” Graff says.
Graff immediately noticed something strange.
For a decade the government has been subsidizing contingency plans for the worst of the worst: nuclear disaster. The post The Feds Are Spending Millions to Help You Survive Nuclear War appeared first on WIRED.
Two people were found shot to death inside a car at an parking garage at an Irvine condominium, authorities said.
Bloomberg | Richmond Times-Dispatch | SCOTUSblog | Los Angeles Times | MuckRock “This is like the epitome of the really small-stakes story that…does not fundamentally change anything ever,” Washingtonian editor Garrett M. Graff told...
Not long after the CIA declassified past presidents’ acts to ensure the government survived a nuclear explosion, Garrett Graff has an inside look at what President Donald Trump will fly after a blast. In a Tuesday Politico story, Gr...