McClatchy DC Bureau

McClatchy DC Bureau

By The McClatchy Company

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-11-08
  • Current Version: 9.3.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 119.45 MB
  • Developer: The McClatchy Company
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 63 Ratings


McClatchy DC Bureau brings you the latest news, analysis and investigations from McClatchy's Washington Bureau and its 30 newspapers across the United States. Get tough, no-nonsense reporting from journalists who take their “Truth to Power” motto seriously. Whether the topic is hardship on Main Street, greed on Wall Street, or politics in Washington, you'll get unvarnished news from McClatchy. Read our Privacy policy here: Read our Terms of Service here: For California Residents: To learn more about managing your sharing preferences and Do Not Sell My Info rights visit



  • When you simply need the best.

    By Meercat@10
    Impeccable reporting, no fluff.
  • Excellence in journalism

    By CiviChris
    The quality is consistent with high journalistic standards.
  • Swami

    By ck2notify
    I have been a fan of McClatchy newspapers for a number of years. Their app makes it easy to keep track of current events with journalistic point of view not reporters point of view.
  • Scoops

    By Was Thrilled
    Often the first to report on a story we all need to know. Check in often.
  • A Workmanlike App, But I Check It Every Day

    By Jack_McCoy
    Love McClatchyDC’s articles, and this helps me consume more of them because they’re now conveniently on my mobile device. I just wish there was a “search” feature or maybe an “award-winning articles” tab to help me explore more McClatchyDC content and maybe some of the back catalogue. This app is really simple, with no frills. It does what it needs to do and, for the most part, it works just fine for me.
  • Old news

    By Malloware
    App does not post frequently enough for me.
  • I used to enjoy their news coverage

    By Another Village Idiot
    During the stupidity of the Bush era in the US, these guys actually reported the news well neither blindly reporting what the administration handed them or doing the smear job others like CNN and AP would do. It seems they have changed. What happened to reporters who were trained to critical thinking?
  • Better than NYTimes and Washington Post

    By Double_Think
    Critical perspective of the news and thorough in-depth coverage of investigative reporting are factors for their success. State, National and Global issues are dealt more sincerely here than what I found in NYTimes, Washington Post and Gaurdian.
  • A Fantastic Paper

    By Tobias Allan
    I would like a search function to be part of this app; then I could search through stories in the newspaper I love just as I do online.
  • A joy!

    By Irish Uncle
    Quite comprehensive and readable. One of the more objective news apps.



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