Photo editor focusing on national news. Education: New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study ; Freie Universität Berlin, masters in visual and media anthropology
Karly Domb Sadof is an award-winning photo editor at The Washington Post, currently working on the national news desk. She is also a contributing writer for In Sight, The Post’s photography blog.
Before joining The Post in 2016, she worked as a photo editor and supervisor at the Associated Press's global headquarters in New York and served as a photo editor for the AP's Asia-Pacific headquarters desk in Bangkok.
Once the symbol of America’s broken border, San Diego today is the place Trump and his top Homeland Security officials point to as proof that “walls work.” Yet the latest Homeland Security data show that border walls do not necessarily work in the way the president says.