Nick Parker


Education: Westminster College

Nick Parker is an editor on the general assignment desk. He came to The Post in 2018 to work as a multiplatform editor on the Washington Post News Service and Syndicate after stints at The Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News in Utah.
Latest from Nick Parker

Gaza Health Ministry says 25,000 dead; U.S. prepares for military campaign against Houthis

The Biden administration is planning a sustained military campaign targeting the Houthis in Yemen, administration officials told The Washington Post.

January 21, 2024

Search ongoing for Navy SEALs lost at sea during ship-boarding operation

National Security Council spokesman John Kirby characterized the operation as part of the U.S. military’s ongoing work to disrupt Iran’s shipment of weapons to Yemen, where the Houthis, a militant group supported by Tehran, function as the de facto government in parts of the country.

January 14, 2024

Blinken meets with Turkish and Greek leaders to avoid regional escalation

Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited Istanbul and Chania, Greece, to speak with the Turkish and Greek leaders about Middle Eastern war.

January 7, 2024

Israel steps up strikes in central Gaza; dozens killed in refugee camp

In Bethlehem, normally awash in light and song for the holidays, Christmas Eve was somber, with public celebrations canceled.

December 25, 2023

Israel-Gaza war: At least 70 killed in strike on Gaza refugee camp; Israel mourns soldiers’ deaths

The shipping company Maersk said in a news release that the international group guarding vessels in the Red Sea is “welcome news for the entire industry and indeed the functionality of global trade.”

December 24, 2023

Residents fleeing areas of central Gaza

The U.N. resolution, which passed after the U.S. and Russia abstained from voting, calls for “extended humanitarian pauses” to allow aid to flow into Gaza.

December 24, 2023

Minnesota unveils a flag design to replace a flash point of racial tension

The state’s current flag was a flash point of racial tensions and one that some Native Americans considered offensive.

December 19, 2023

Israel-Gaza war: U.S. to sell tank ammunition to Israel; IDF sees fierce fighting in southern and northern Gaza

University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill resigned after backlash over her remarks about antisemitism on campuses. The United States faces growing pressure as civilian deaths rise.

December 10, 2023

Hamas releases American girl with 16 others, Biden says

Fourteen Israelis and three foreign nationals who had been held hostage by Hamas were released on the third day of a pause in fighting, the IDF says.

November 26, 2023

Canadian Israeli peace activist Vivian Silver was killed in Hamas attack, son says

Vivian Silver was feared to have been taken hostage from Kibbutz Beeri during Hamas militants’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel. Her family says she was killed.

November 14, 2023