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.
Eugene Scalia, son of the late Supreme Court justice, defended the theme park SeaWorld as it contested federal violations stemming from the death of a trainer after an orca whale thrashed her around a pool.
"While on strike, some benefits shift to being funded by the union’s strike fund, and in this case hourly employees are eligible for union-paid COBRA so their health care benefits can continue,” GM said in a statement.
The text was paired with an image with a Native American dancing on a Western bluff as the sun set behind him. The perfume’s name? Sauvage, which means savage in French, a racial stereotype with a long history of use against Native Americans.