Beth Reinhard

Washington, D.C.

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.
Latest from Beth Reinhard

    Warnings of Jan. 6 violence preceded the Capitol riot

    Law enforcement agencies failed to heed mounting warnings of coming violence as Trump propelled his supporters to Washington in a last desperate attempt to overturn the election results.

    October 31, 2021

      What happened on Jan. 6: Trump stands back as rioters breach Capitol

      For 187 harrowing minutes, the president watched his supporters attack the Capitol - and resisted pleas to stop them.

      October 31, 2021

        After Jan. 6, threats and disinformation take hold across the U.S.

        Menacing threats and disinformation spread across the country following the Jan. 6 siege, shaking the underpinnings of American democracy.

        October 31, 2021

        Publix heiress, funder of Jan. 6 rally, gave $150,000 to GOP attorneys general association

        The nonprofit arm of the association paid for a robocall promoting a march to the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 to “call on Congress to stop the steal.”

        October 16, 2021

        NFL won’t release more from WFT investigation despite anger over offensive emails

        “There has been no transparency, no accountability," a former cheerleader said Tuesday. But the NFL has no plans to release more from an investigation into the Washington Football Team.

        October 12, 2021

        Louisiana power outages renew questions about utility giant’s preparedness for storms

        Some residents, fuming in the dark and the heat, are questioning whether more could have been done to mitigate the damage of the storm.

        August 31, 2021

        People of Praise school official says allegation of sexual abuse was mishandled

        Christian group with ties to Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett began investigating claims of abuse last year.

        August 9, 2021

        Frank Morabito: What we know about structural engineer who worked with Champlain Towers South condo board

        The condominium board twice hired Morabito, giving him a prime vantage point to detect potential signs of structural failure.

        July 5, 2021

        Developer of luxury condos offered next-door Surfside building $400,000 amid complaints over construction, documents show

        Investigators of the deadly Champlain Towers South collapse have said they intend to scrutinize possible effects of nearby construction in their reviews.

        July 2, 2021