Washington Post editor says she’ll resign, but will leave novella in the works

The Washington News and World Report, the magazine that publishes The Washington Times, will no longer have an editor named Jill Abramson, the paper said Thursday.

for many years, and look forward to her continued leadership of the publication.” “

We thank Jill Abramsey for her contributions to The News & W.&P.

for many years, and look forward to her continued leadership of the publication.”

The News is one of the most popular newspapers in the nation and the longest-running in the country.

It was founded in 1875 and has been a major voice in Washington politics and in national culture.

The paper’s editor-in-chief, Paul T. Madden, is a former president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

The Times is a sister publication of the News.

The News’s owner, News Corp., announced in June that Abramson would leave the company.

Abramson has not commented publicly on the move.

She was the executive editor of The Washington Spectator from 2011 to 2014, and has written for the News, The Times and The Hill newspaper.

She also has written about politics for the Daily Caller and is the author of the forthcoming book, “A People’s History of the United States: America’s Political Culture from 1800 to Today.”

Her last story on the Times, published in 2018, was a piece titled “What is the Times?

What is the News?

What does it mean to be a reporter?”