Joyce Koh

Washington, D.C.

Political video reporter

Education: University of Maryland - College Park, BA in Journalism and Art History

Joyce Koh covers national politics and culture as a political video reporter and on-air correspondent at The Washington Post. She previously covered the 2020 presidential campaign and worked on the Post's National and Politics desks as a video editor. Joyce is also an adjunct journalism professor at the University of Maryland, her alma mater. Prior to coming to the Post, she covered the South Carolina state house as a television reporter. Email:
Latest from Joyce Koh

    'Disastrous, overwhelming, frightening': Inside a Rhode Island emergency department

    The presence of the Omicron variant has left doctors and nurses at Kent Hospital in Warwick, R.I. overwhelmed.

    January 18, 2022

      Bronx community left reeling after deadly fire

      Residents and family members described the Jan. 9 apartment fire, started by a faulty space heater, that killed 17 in the Bronx.

      January 10, 2022

        Residents found dead in stairwells after trying to flee Bronx apartment fire, officials say

        With no fire escapes and reports of faulty alarms, the Jan. 9 blaze killed at least 17 people, including nine children.

        January 9, 2022

          Hit by a tornado, a Kentucky church still stands

          A pastor tells the story of survival and hope after a tornado devastates this Kentucky town.

          December 12, 2021

            A guide to the Ghislaine Maxwell trial

            Ghislaine Maxwell, the longtime companion of Jeffrey Epstein, stands trial for sex trafficking of minors and conspiracy. Here's what to watch for in the case.

            December 9, 2021

              Does the White House have a messaging problem?

              President Biden is hitting the road to tout the passage of the infrastructure bill, hoping he can reverse his flagging poll numbers before the 2022 midterms.

              November 18, 2021

                The Virginia governor’s race: A first major test for Democrats in the Biden era

                Virginia’s gubernatorial race between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin is tightening as Election Day nears.

                October 19, 2021

                  His father was killed in the Sept. 11 attacks before he was born. Then he lost his mom.

                  Luke Taylor's father, Kip Taylor, was killed in the Pentagon on 9/11 just before Luke was born. His mother died from breast cancer soon after.

                  September 7, 2021

                    Twenty years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, she still grieves the father she never met

                    Eight months after Norbert Szurkowski was killed in the attacks on 9/11, his daughter Claudia was born.

                    September 7, 2021

                      Condo collapse prompts emergency inspections at nearby buildings

                      The city of Sunny Isles Beach, Fla., is performing emergency inspections of older high rise buildings, following the Surfside building collapse.

                      June 28, 2021