Reporter focusing on investigative stories ranging from government accountability to international corruption. Education: The College of William and Mary, BA in Government Dalton Bennett is a reporter and researcher with the investigations unit of The Washington Post. Since joining The Post in 2016, he has examined foreign influence campaigns, police misconduct, and most recently political appointees. Before joining The Post, Bennett worked for The Associated Press, based in Berlin, Dubai, Athens, and Bishkek covering a range of topics from conflict to a charcoal smuggling network linked to Al-Shabab. Please email credible tips and information, or send to 1301 K Street, NW, DC, 20071 or call at (202)334-5758. All held in strictest confidence. Honors & Awards:
2018 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting for coverage of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore
2018 Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting for coverage of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore
2018 Edward R. Murrow Award for investigative reporting for coverage of divisions within the Obama administration over the response to Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election
2017 Webby Award for News & Politics: Individual Episode
2017 Edward R. Murrow Award for investigative reporting for coverage of presidential candidate Donald J. Trump
Professional Affiliations: IRE; Society of Professional Journalists; Overseas Press Club Foreign languages spoken: Russian
The Washington Post obtained private security video that captures some the events before the handcuffing of a black man in Minneapolis who died after being pinned to the ground by an police officer Monday.
The cruise industry’s decision to keep sailing for weeks after the coronavirus was first detected on a ship helped carry the virus around the globe and contributed to the mounting toll, health experts and passengers say.