Jenny Starrs

Washington, D.C.

Video editor, politics

Education: Northwestern University, Medill School of Journalism

Jenny Starrs produced videos focusing on political issues. She left The Post in 2019.
Latest from Jenny Starrs

    Is the electoral college still relevant?

    With long-simmering criticisms of the electoral college rising back up before 2020, the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact is trying to buck the system.

    May 3, 2019

      Why Trump is targeting asylum seekers

      President Trump is restricting the path to asylum in his quest to curb immigration into the United States.

      April 30, 2019

        From 'perfectly reasonable' to 'no': 2020 candidates weigh in on impeachment

        After the release of the redacted Mueller report, 2020 Democratic candidates split over whether Congress should pursue impeachment proceedings.

        April 23, 2019

          How Mueller and Barr split on obstruction evidence against Trump

          The special counsel's report laid out evidence of potential obstruction of justice for Congress, but the attorney general says there was no crime.

          April 19, 2019

            All the indictments from the Mueller investigation

            With the redacted report out in the public, here's a look back at all the people who were charged in special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's investigation.

            April 18, 2019

              Key moments from Barr's press conference on the redacted Mueller report

              Attorney General William P. Barr discussed releasing special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's redacted report on April 18, before the actual report release.

              April 18, 2019

                ‘Moms in the House’: A new sisterhood on Capitol Hill

                The new class of female lawmakers hit a high-water mark of "Moms in the House." With support and sisterhood, they want it to become the norm.

                April 16, 2019

                  Two years of Trump's attacks on Mueller's investigation

                  Since Robert S. Mueller III was appointed in May 2017 to investigate the Trump campaign's ties to Russia, President Trump has relentlessly attacked him.

                  April 11, 2019

                    Trump's longstanding opposition to windmills

                    President Trump's crusade against wind energy has been thriving since at least 2012.

                    April 4, 2019

                      What is the 'nuclear option'?

                      President Trump has been pushing Senate Republicans to go "nuclear" to push through his nominees and legislation. But what is the so-called "nuclear option"?

                      April 4, 2019