General assignment reporter covering national and breaking news Education: University of California at Los Angeles, BA in American literature and Latin American studies
Eli Rosenberg is a reporter on The Washington Post's General Assignment team. He worked as a reporter at the New York Times and the New York Daily News during 10 years living in New York, where he covered cover policing, courts, and other urban issues. He is originally from California.
King, whose racially inflected comments on subjects like immigration and Western culture have drawn headlines for years, retweeted the British white nationalist and self-described “Nazi sympathizer,” Mark Collett.
Police chief Raimundo Atesiano had a statistic to tout at a city council hearing for the tiny village of 3,000 in the middle of Miami-Dade that was under his watch. But the statistics were a fictitious stunt to gain favor with elected officials, according to an indictment filed in federal court.
Lulabel Seitz had done everything right, at least on paper. As a high school senior with GPA over 4.0, she had been accepted to Stanford University, one of the most prestigious colleges on the West Coast. But then school administrators cut off her speech at the graduation.