Bonnie Berkowitz

Washington, D.C.

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).
Latest from Bonnie Berkowitz

How the Watergate scandal broke to the world: A visual timeline

Here is how the Watergate story was revealed to the public, connection by connection, leading from a mysterious break-in all the way to President Richard M. Nixon.

June 13, 2022

    Quiz: Do you know the sweaty truth about these common fitness myths?

    Many things we've been told about exercise are just wrong. See if you can identify the tidbits of truth in this interactive quiz about exercise myths.

    May 18, 2022

    Majority of women ages 15 to 44 would face new post-Roe abortion limits

    If Roe v. Wade fell, trigger laws in 13 states would immediately outlaw abortion in nearly all cases. In addition, 14 other states appear ready to enact bans and more restrictive laws. Here's what data tells us about who gets abortions in this country.

    May 4, 2022
    • Analysis

    Why the Russian military is bogged down by logistics in Ukraine

    Russian forces have firepower but face the burden of moving supplies.

    March 30, 2022

      How large are Ukraine’s cities? Some U.S. comparisons.

      Ukraine has a population similar to that of California plus Oregon spread throughout its strategic and historically rich territory. A look at some of the places that are under Russian attack and similar-size U.S. cities.

      March 4, 2022

      Want a Winter Olympic medal? Pick a very chilly niche.

      Some countries manage to dominate a slice of the exclusive collection of sports that make up the Winter Games.

      February 22, 2022

      The U.S.-Canada hockey rivalry is almost always gold

      The United States and Canada nearly always meet in the Olympic final, and they are there again. The U.S. team hopes for a second straight gold, and Canada wants revenge.

      February 17, 2022

      Monobob asks one woman to do it all — at 75 mph

      The newest women's bobsled event at the Beijing Winter Olympics will determine the best driver in the world by sending each one skittering down the track alone.

      February 12, 2022

      How Yuzuru Hanyu nearly landed a quadruple axel

      Yuzuru Hanyu came to the Beijing Winter Olympics hoping to pioneer the most difficult jump ever attempted in figure skating: the quadruple axel. Twenty seconds into his free skate Thursday, he almost landed it.

      February 10, 2022

      What went wrong in Mikaela Shiffrin’s slalom

      Olympic slalom skiers' success or failure can turn on the edge of a ski. Here's what went wrong for Mikaela Shiffrin.

      February 9, 2022