Dan Froomkin, deputy editor of the Nieman Watchdog Project, has been named Washington bureau chief for The Huffington Post. He will oversee a staff of four reporters and an assistant editor and will contribute to Huffington’s home and political pages as a regular blogger. Froomkin recently wrote his last “White House Watch” column for The Washington Post. He will continue his work for niemanwatchdog.org as he starts his new job. Read more from Froomkin about his new post as well as comments from Salon’s Glenn Greenwald.