Daniel Wolfe

Oakland, Calif.

Graphics Reporter

Education: College of William and Mary, BA in English and Global Studies

Daniel Wolfe joined The Washington Post as a graphics reporter based on the West Coast in 2022. His work focuses on ecology and the environment. Before joining The Post, he worked as a reporter and visual editor at CNN and as a things reporter at Quartz.
Latest from Daniel Wolfe

Tracking which 2020 election deniers are winning, losing in the midterms

Follow live results where 291 Republican election deniers, who disputed the 2020 election results, are winning or losing their 2022 midterm election races.

November 22, 2022

    You’re one in 8 billion

    The world population just hit a record. Here's where you fit in and how the world's demographics are expected to change.

    November 15, 2022

      Explore aerial images of Hurricane Ian’s damage to the Florida coast

      Newly released aerial imagery shows the flood damage and devastation wrecked by Hurricane Ian in the region around Fort Myers, Fla.

      October 1, 2022

        See Hurricane Ian’s damage across Florida in photos, videos and maps

        A visual record of the devastation wrought across Florida by the Category 4 hurricane

        September 30, 2022

          Hurricane Fiona’s destruction of Puerto Rico, in maps and photos

          See the scale of Puerto Rico’s flooding by Hurricane Fiona in maps, photos and videos.

          September 21, 2022

            Where Queen Elizabeth II’s face appeared on bank notes worldwide

            33 countries and territories featured Elizabeth on their money, but she was often removed as nations gained independence from Britain

            September 15, 2022