Two-thirds of the way through, the Post cites experts who say that the findings are hardly surprising (an opinion also expressed by Slate 's Moneybox).
The Post cited as evidence the 2004 report by Major General Antonio Taguba:
Mr. Lewi said The Post cited daily sales of 550,000 in the April-to-April period and now has a circulation "a shade under 500,000."
In a front-page report on her "behind-the-scenes influence," the Post cites sources who say "Wolf's tentacles stretch far beyond" the project to which Gore assigned her.
The Post cited "U.S. intelligence and national security officials" in reporting this.
Post also cited creative differences as a reason for the split.
The Post cites "individuals familiar with the case."
Mr. Rosen said he believed The Post cited traffic declines to feed its narrative that "the column had run its course."
The Post cited banned wood product, such as teak and merbau ending up in Armstrong's factories in China.
The Post cited both Administration and Congressional sources.