Martin Weil

Washington, D.C.

Local reporter

Education: Three years' study of physics at the University of California at Berkeley

Martin Weil is a longtime reporter at The Washington Post. He says: "It's my whole and entire story. Even in a business where we are sometimes accused of exaggerating, or even of altering facts, I will vouch for 'longtime.' I have been here for a long time, and that ought to mean SOMETHING."
Latest from Martin Weil

15-year-old arrested in school bus shooting attempt, police say

The 15-year-old suspect in an attempted shooting on a school bus, who goes by the name “Baby K,” was found in the Riverdale Park area of Prince George's County.

May 31, 2023

Mother of Ashli Babbitt arrested in D.C., police say

She was charged with simple assault and destruction of property, said Officer Hugh Carew, a police spokesman.

May 30, 2023

Woman dies after stabbing near Nationals Park

Woman dies after stabbing near ballpark, according to D.C. police.

May 29, 2023

Heaviest rain in weeks falls in Washington on Monday

The showers more than doubled May’s rainfall total.

May 29, 2023

Boil-water alert issued for parts of Northeast Washington

A loss or reduction in water pressure was reported in that area, D.C. Water said.

May 29, 2023

Western lowland gorilla is born over the weekend at National Zoo

The baby, whose sex is yet to be determined, is a member of a critically endangered species.

May 28, 2023

Saturday honored this year’s May traditions of spring serenity

In Washington’s late May struggle for weather supremacy between springtime delight and summertime heat, Saturday fell firmly in the comfort camp.

May 27, 2023

Man fatally stabbed in Prince George’s, police say

Investigators described the weapon as a 'sword.'

May 26, 2023

Friday weather seemed for remaining home and relishing

On Friday, finding better weather might have been a chore.

May 26, 2023