Dina ElBoghdady
Reporter

Dina ElBoghdady reports on consumer regulatory issues, including food safety, privacy and consumer product safety. Before joining the Post, ElBoghdady covered Capitol Hill and then the auto industry for the Washington bureau of the Detroit News. She had also worked in the Orange County Register’s Washington bureau, writing about the county’s congressional delegation. ElBoghdady’s first job in journalism was at States News Service, where she reported on Congress for several California newspapers.

Latest by Dina ElBoghdady

Can getting sick push you into foreclosure?

Can getting sick push you into foreclosure?

Study: Among middle-aged adults with chronic health conditions, getting more sick can cost them their homes.

D.C. likely to see an uptick in foreclosures soon

D.C. likely to see an uptick in foreclosures soon

Attorneys for lenders frustrated by delays in the city's foreclosure system came up with a plan.

President Obama expected to announce lower fees for loans popular with first-time buyers

President Obama expected to announce lower fees for loans popular with first-time buyers

In a speech in Phoenix, Obama will announce that the Federal Housing Administration is lowering the fees it will charge borrowers, and will work to encourage lenders to make more FHA loans.

The shocking number of moms who move in with others, and how much money they save

The shocking number of moms who move in with others, and how much money they save

It turns out that doubling-up really is a valuable safety net for families with kids.