Investigative reporter Education: University of Pennsylvania, bachelor's degree in English; Columbia University, master's degree in journalism Beth Reinhard is a reporter on the investigative team at The Washington Post. She previously worked at the Wall Street Journal, National Journal, the Miami Herald and the Palm Beach Post. Honors & Awards:
Member of Washington Post team that won the Pulitzer Prize, George Polk Award and Toner Prize in 2018.
Eight people told The Washington Post they have been approached by private investigators, either at their homes or via phone calls, seeking information about Snyder’s former executive assistant, the Washington Football Team workplace or both.
Lisa Banks and Debra Katz said in a letter to Commissioner Roger Goodell that their clients “do not feel safe” talking to those conducting what the team has characterized as an “independent” investigation and called for the NFL to suspend owner Daniel Snyder until reaching its own conclusions.
The government’s official tally — a benchmark broadcast constantly on cable news and elsewhere — is a less concrete figure than it appears. Inconsistent counting methods also play into a political debate about the reliability of the numbers.