Reporter covering national and breaking news Education: Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, MS in Journalism; Fordham Law School, JD; University of Pennsylvania, BS in History Deanna Paul covers national and breaking news for The Washington Post. She was part of the newspaper's team that was a finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting, revealing the vast number of unsolved homicides in America’s major cities. Before joining The Post, she spent six years as a New York City prosecutor. Her work has also appeared in WIRED, Rolling Stone, the Guardian and the Marshall Project. Honors & Awards:
Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting, finalist, 2019
Weinstein's fall from grace ushered in a global movement for which he remains a symbol. Although #MeToo looms, attorneys say the only thing that should matter is the evidence presented during the trial.