Graphics reporter Education: B.S. in Journalism, University of Kansas
Bonnie Berkowitz is a reporter in the Graphics department who focuses on Health & Science topics but has reported and written for nearly every section. She came to The Post as Sports design director in 1995 from The Miami Herald and previously worked at the Orlando Sentinel, Fort Worth Star-Telegram and South Florida Sun-Sentinel (back when it was the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel).
The average person on Earth would live 2.6 years longer if the air contained none of the deadliest type of pollution, according to researchers at the University of Chicago’s Energy Policy Institute. Your number depends on where you live.
Two obvious takeaways for area voters are that Virginia became a bit bluer and Maryland maintained the status quo. But a deeper look shows that both those results were driven by the electoral oomph of middle-class and wealthy suburban voters.
The pope’s official opposition to the death penalty in all cases, which was announced August 2, pits the Catholic Church’s stance against the laws and practices of several dozen countries, including the United States.