Hadley Green

Washington, D.C.

Breaking news video editor

Education: Tufts University, BA in international relations; UNC-Chapel Hill Hussman School of Journalism and Media, MA in visual communication

Hadley Green is a breaking news video editor for The Washington Post. She produces original video stories and helps coordinate The Post's live video coverage. She joined The Post in 2021 and previously worked as a visual journalist with the Salem News and WBUR.
Latest from Hadley Green

    Mourners attacked at slain journalist Shireen Abu Akleh’s funeral

    Shireen Abu Akleh's funeral on May 13 grew into the largest Palestinian gathering in Jerusalem in recent years. An investigation into her killing is underway.

    May 12, 2022

      Senate Democrats react to failed Women’s Health Protection Act

      Democrats expressed their disappointment after the Senate failed to pass legislation that would codify Roe v. Wade into federal law on May 11.

      May 11, 2022

        Crowds protest at Supreme Court after leaked Roe v. Wade draft opinion

        Protesters demonstrated at the Supreme Court for a second day on May 3 after a leaked draft opinion revealed a decision to overturn federal abortion rights.

        May 3, 2022

          What Elon Musk's history on Twitter reveals about why he bought the company

          Twitter accepted a $44 billion takeover offer from Elon Musk on April 25. Why did he want to buy the social media giant?

          April 26, 2022

            Amazon HQ2 is coming to Arlington. Here’s how the D.C. area could change.

            Amazon will bring more than 25,000 workers to the region as it opens its new headquarters. Experts weigh in on how this could impact gentrification and jobs.

            April 22, 2022

              As Red Cross heads to Mariupol, evacuees reflect on the trauma of getting out

              Evacuees who made it out of Mariupol, Ukraine, prior to March 31 reflect on the brutal attacks on their city.

              March 31, 2022

                Ukrainian president calls for more aid as Russian aggression continues

                Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed German parliament on March 17, as Russian attacks continue across Ukraine.

                March 17, 2022

                  How coverage of Ukrainian refugees is different from other conflicts

                  The Post’s Sarah Ellison and journalist Hoda Osman explain why some media coverage of the war in Ukraine has received backlash.

                  March 15, 2022

                    Ukraine's civilians continue to come under fire from Russian artillery and missiles

                    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continued to take a toll on civilians March 14, as unrelenting fighting obstructed efforts to provide relief to besieged cities.

                    March 14, 2022

                      Russian forces strike a Ukrainian hospital, Harris lands in Poland

                      Before Vice President Harris landed in Poland on March 9, Russian forces struck a maternity hospital in Mariupol, causing massive damage.

                      March 9, 2022