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Articles by Doris Truong

Doris Truong is the weekend homepage editor at The Washington Post.
“Rare is the journalist who will cite money among the reasons for choosing our profession. But we also need to eat. And pay the rent. And have a life outside the job. “
“My own experience with this came in January, when trolls mistakenly decided that a woman attending the confirmation hearing for Rex Tillerson was me (and that the woman in the Senate chambers — who was not me — was doing something nefarious).”
“To ensure that news reports have impact, we’ll need to connect with readers because we reflect the readers.”