National security reporter
Education: University of Michigan, BA in anthropology and Arabic studies; Columbia University, MA in journalism
Abigail Hauslohner is a national security reporter at The Washington Post. In her decade at the newspaper, she has been a roving national correspondent, writing on topics ranging from immigration to political extremism and the pandemic; she covered the Middle East as the Post's Cairo bureau chief; and she briefly reported on the D.C. Mayor's office. She joined the Post in 2012, after covering the Iraq war and the Arab Spring for TIME Magazine. She has reported from more than a dozen countries.