Annie Gowen
Annie Gowen
National correspondent for The Washington Post, based in the Midwest. Writing about Covid’s long-term scar on American life. India Bureau Chief 2013-2018.Source
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A respiratory therapist fought on covid’s front lines. The last wave broke him.

A respiratory therapist fought on covid’s front lines. The last wave broke him.

Respiratory therapist Alva Daniels fought in covid hot spots throughout the pandemic, but it was only in recent months that the strain began to show.He started calling his wife from the hospital bathroom, crying, when he lost a patient. “We can’t save them. All we do is bag ’em and tag ’em,” he told a friend. Then, as coronavirus cases fueled by the delta variant rose over the summer, he told his wife: “Things are getting bad again and we don’t have enough people to fight it. If something happens to me — if I die — I want to be buried next to my mom.” Alicia McAllister-Daniels, a nurse,...

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The rioter next door: How the Dallas suburbs spawned domestic extremists

The rioter next door: How the Dallas suburbs spawned domestic extremists

, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news.FRISCO — Sunlight gleamed off the tiled roofs of the taupe mini-mansions and walkable shopping centers as March 4 dawned in this corner of North Texas. According to specious speculations online, this was the day when Donald Trump would be reinstalled as president."We are optimistic . . . If you're in morning [sic] Please stay at home!!!" the group's organizer, Jeff Hauk, told the weekly meeting of a group of conservatives who call themselves the "DFW Deplorables."In posts on their private Facebook page,...

March 22, 2021
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The rioter next door: How the Dallas suburbs spawned domestic extremists

The rioter next door: How the Dallas suburbs spawned domestic extremists

ADFRISCO, Tex. — Sunlight gleamed off the tiled roofs of the taupe mini-mansions and walkable shopping centers as March 4 dawned in this corner of North Texas. According to specious speculations online, this was the day when Donald Trump would be reinstalled as president."We are optimistic . . . If you're in morning [sic] Please stay at home!!!" the group's organizer, Jeff Hauk, told the weekly meeting of a group of conservatives who call themselves the "DFW Deplorables."In posts on their private Facebook page, Hauk said he still believed Trump had their backs and that the former president...

March 21, 2021
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‘Where is Greg Abbott?’ Anger grows at Texas governor in deadly storm’s wake

‘Where is Greg Abbott?’ Anger grows at Texas governor in deadly storm’s wake

ADIt was clear by Tuesday afternoon that Texas was in a full-blown crisis — and Gov. Greg Abbott (R) had largely been out of sight.More than 4 million households did not have power amid dangerously low temperatures, and an increasing number did not have heat or running water. Some families were burning furniture to stay warm, grocery stores were emptying, and people were dying. In the freezing darkness, many desperate Texans felt they were left to fend for themselves.Abbott emerged that evening for a series of television interviews. In short, curt sentences, he told Texans in the and that...

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February 21, 2021
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A rural S.D. community ignored the virus for months. Then people started dying.

A rural S.D. community ignored the virus for months. Then people started dying.

Covid-19 becomes personal in a South Dakota town as neighbors die and the town debates a mask mandate Covid-19 becomes personal in a South Dakota town as neighbors die and the town debates a mask mandate Maskless residents walk past storefronts in Mitchell, S.D., on Nov. 22. A day later, the city council voted on a citywide mask mandate. (KC McGinnis for The Washington Post) By MITCHELL, S.D. — A cold wind whipped through the prairie as they laid Buck Timmins to rest. Timmins, a longtime coach and referee, was not the first person in Mitchell, S.D., pop. 15,600, to die of the . He was not...

December 9, 2020
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