Enterprise reporter focusing on stories about people whose lives are affected by what's happening in the news Education: Indiana University, BA in journalism
Jessica Contrera is a reporter for The Washington Post's local enterprise team. She joined The Post as a features writer in 2014. She has written about Generation Z, workplace sexual harassment and people from across the country whose lives are being shaped by issues in the news, including health care, immigration and unemployment.
Forty-five years after Jane Mason sculpted the men of Watergate, the busts could have another chance at the spotlight — if she can find a museum interested in exhibiting a not-so-subtle reminder of the past.
William F. Liebenow, who was buried Thursday at Arlington National Cemetery, never liked to brag about rescuing John F. Kennedy when the future president and his PT-109 crew were stranded on a Pacific Island.