Juliet Eilperin
Reporter

Juliet Eilperin joined The Washington Post as the House of Representatives reporter, where she covered the impeachment of Bill Clinton, lobbying, legislation, and four national congressional campaigns. Since April of 2004 she has covered the environment for the national desk, reporting on science, policy and politics in areas including climate change, oceans, and air quality.

Latest by Juliet Eilperin

Obama blasts Senate over stalled Lynch confirmation

Obama blasts Senate over stalled Lynch confirmation

The president called the stalled process for confirming Loretta Lynch, his pick for U.S. attorney general, an “embarrassing” example of the Senate’s “dysfunction.”

Obama connects with female bloggers at town hall

Obama connects with female bloggers at town hall

President discusses fiscal matters affecting women, including equal pay and paid leave, at event in Charlotte.

Transgender in the military: A Pentagon in transition weighs its policy

Transgender in the military: A Pentagon in transition weighs its policy

Sgt. Shane Ortega enlisted as a woman. He now identifies as a man. Rules call for him to be discharged. But he expects to resume his full duties soon.

The White House wants to explore how climate change makes you sick

The White House wants to explore how climate change makes you sick

President Obama is launching an initiative Tuesday aimed at highlighting the connections between climate change and public health.