Kate Rabinowitz

Washington, D.C.

Graphics editor

Education: Boston University, BA and MA in Economics

Kate Rabinowitz is an assignment editor on the graphics team of The Washington Post
Latest from Kate Rabinowitz

    There have been more than 600 mass shootings since January 2022

    There hasn't been a single week without a mass shooting.

    January 23, 2023

      Where voter turnout exceeded 2018 highs

      A smaller share of Americans appear to have voted in this midterm than the last, but in some states, voter enthusiasm exceeded the high mark set in 2018.

      November 19, 2022

      The joy of Juneteenth: America’s long and uneven march from slavery to freedom

      Juneteenth history explained: The celebration when Texas’s enslaved men, women and children were set free on June 19, 1865.

      June 14, 2022

      How Putin tried — and failed — to protect the ruble from sanctions

      The ruble has plummeted after unprecedented sanctions took aim at Russia’s central bank.

      March 3, 2022

        How the racial makeup of where you live has changed since 1990

        A Washington Post analysis of newly released tract-level census data reveals the shifting racial composition of neighborhoods nationwide.

        August 13, 2021

        Home schooling exploded among Black, Asian and Latino students. But it wasn’t just the pandemic.

        The migration from mainstream schooling has been fueled in part by concerns about racism.

        July 27, 2021

        Sixty percent of students in Washington region have not had any learning in a school building since March 2020.

        In-person rates are lowest in D.C. and Prince George’s County, highest in Arlington

        May 30, 2021

        Infrastructure plan calls for fixing the nation’s existing roads. Some states are still focused on expansion.

        President Biden's plan puts the focus on repairing roads, calling for a $50 billion fix-it-right fund to restore 20,000 miles of highways and streets.

        May 23, 2021

        The pandemic changed the workday, but will transit riders return?

        Public transit demand during the pandemic has shifted to neighborhoods with high numbers of Black, Hispanic and lower-income workers, flattening peak travel periods and forcing transit agencies to respond to new patterns, a Washington Post analysis of national data shows.

        May 17, 2021