Trove is a personalized news and information engine. Our goal: to aggregate the Web's most interesting stories from a wide swath of sources, then give our users the power to customize what they see and how they see it.
You can find Trove on the Web, on mobile devices, and on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and YouTube.
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» Our technology team
Trove was developed by WaPo Labs, the Washington Post Company's digital innovation strike force, which continues to tinker with it vigorously.
» Our editorial team
Greg followed a wending journalistic path on his way to Trove: four years on the Web covering politics, national tragedies and world events for PBS's NewsHour with Jim Lehrer gave way to seven years at The Washington Post commuter newspaper Express, where he turned his attention to national news, then D.C. entertainment and a sparsely read but fervently written blog on "American Idol." In his free time, he watches indie movies, grooves to indie music, and has so far never been to Indiana.
» Channels Greg likes: Science | Foreign Policy | Whimsy
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David came to to Trove via iCurrent, where he curated many of the channels and sources that now power Trove. Prior to iCurrent, he spent eight years as a Search Editor at Yahoo!, where he tracked search trends, helped maintain the Yahoo! directory, and wrote occasional tidbits for the Yahoo! Spark Blog. When not trolling the Web for fascinating news, he likes to cook, rock climb with his kids, and wander around flea markets.
» Channels David likes: Indie Music | European Soccer | Bacon
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Prior to joining the Labs team, Hannah attended NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute and worked with the Inter-Press Service at the United Nations, where she unsuccessfully tried to infiltrate the delegates’ cafeteria, and Amnesty International, where she developed an eccentric obsession with North Korea. She enjoys reading the New Yorker, tolerates artichoke soup, and abhors people who talk in theaters.
» Channels Hannah likes: Human Rights | This American Life | Puppies
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Emily K. Schwartz
From chatting with America's most brilliant teenage inventors to interviewing Seth Meyers about life beyond "Saturday Night Live," Emily's media career has led her through Politico, NPR, and numerous outlets in between. She is an avid Philadelphia sports fan, a tennis enthusiast, and a lover of music and the arts.
» Channels Emily likes: Science | Tennis | Wine
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