Daniela Santamariña

Washington, D.C.

Graphics reporter focusing on politics newsletters

Education: University of Miami, BS in communications with a double major in visual journalism and studio art

Daniela Santamariña is a graphics reporter for newsletters covering politics at The Washington Post. Before joining The Post in 2019, she was an editor for National Geographic.
Latest from Daniela Santamariña

States where abortion is legal, banned or under threat

More than a dozen states have laws that criminalize abortion when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Here’s a look at abortion laws by state.

May 26, 2023

The most common abortion procedures and when they occur

The number of abortions performed in the United States has fallen significantly in recent years. Nearly 1 in 4 women will have the procedure by the age of 45.

June 24, 2022

    What does the draft opinion mean for Roe? Your questions, answered.

    The Post’s Robert Barnes, Caroline Kitchner, Amber Phillips and Daniela Santamariña will answer your questions on Wednesday at noon ET.

    May 4, 2022

      How abortion laws in the U.S. compare with those in other countries

      Chief Justice Roberts said Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban was 'the standard’ around the world. The reality is more complicated. As access has declined in many states, including Texas, other countries have made it easier.

      May 3, 2022

      What would happen if Roe v. Wade were overturned

      It would fall to the states, which are sharply divided

      May 3, 2022

        The latest action on abortion legislation across the states

        As Republican-led states move to restrict abortion, The Post is tracking legislation across the country on 15-week bans, Texas-style bans, trigger laws and abortion pill bans, as well as Democratic-dominated states that are moving to protect abortion rights enshrined in Roe v. Wade.

        May 2, 2022

        Here’s every House member retiring from Congress

        Dozens of House Democrats have announced they plan to retire from Congress at the end of this term. Here's who they are and what it could mean for the 2022 midterm elections.

        April 18, 2022

          The West has imposed a barrage of sanctions on top Russian figures. See how they’re connected to Putin.

          The Washington Post has identified some of the key players in the wider network of political and economic elites that surrounds Russian President Vladimir Putin, including oil executives, steel tycoons, media moguls and spy chiefs.

          March 16, 2022

          How a Supreme Court nominee becomes a justice

          Republicans changed the process that a president's nominee to be a Supreme Court justice needs to go through.

          March 3, 2022

            5 tips for how to wrap presents and create less waste

            Gift wrap accounts for millions of tons of waste each year. Here's how to wrap presents like a sustainability pro.

            December 21, 2021