Colbert I. King



Oct. 5 2013 6:07 PM
The Washington Post's Colbert I. King provides historical context to the partial shutdown of the federal government. An "insurgent political force" has captured the Republican Party, he writes.
Jan. 7 2013 12:03 AM
Washington Post columnist Colbert I. King targets local D.C. newspapers for failing to cover the deaths of those murdered during the holidays who did not boast an upscale address.
Nov. 4 2012 12:33 AM
A Romney win would be bigger than race, Washington Post columnist Colbert I. King writes. Romney's lack of commitment to anything means he could fall sway to his most extreme supporters, pushing everything from health care to women's rights back decades.
Sept. 24 2012 12:38 AM
Colbert I. King, columnist at the Washington Post, compares the Republican presidential hopeful to a used-car salesman and wonders if Republican voters trust Romney.
July 30 2012 12:46 AM
Colbert I. King at the Washington Post digs into the history of 1950s "numbers" runners and the trial that revealed their criminal cohorts in D.C. government, a spectacle that riveted him when he a kid.
May 20 2012 12:33 AM
In Mitt Romney's recent Liberty University commencement speech, the presidential hopeful neglected to address contemporary culture, says the Washington Post's Colbert I. King.
Aug. 20 2011 8:45 PM
The Washington Post's Colbert I. King writes that a possible investigation into the D.C. Council's award of the city's $38 million lottery contract could unveil a cloak of secrecy surrounding online gambling.