Reporter focusing on political enterprise stories and investigations Education: Harvard University, BA in historyRosalind Helderman is a political enterprise and investigations reporter for The Washington Post. She joined The Post in 2001.Honors & Awards:
George Polk Award in 2014 for political reporting for investigation of relationship between Virginia governor and wealthy supporter
The final report concluded that President Biden’s margin was slightly larger than the certified results, emphasizing that the totals essentially matched. The review had been denounced by election experts as unprofessional and biased.
Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania on Wednesday approved subpoenas for a wide range of voter data as part of an investigation into the 2020 election in a state former president Donald Trump has repeatedly targeted with unfounded claims of fraud.
Watching the chaotic end of America’s longest war, we’ve been thinking a lot about the terrorist attack that set it in motion. We interviewed colleagues who covered 9/11 to try to make sense of how that day changed the country and the world.
Calling the suit “a historic and profound abuse of the judicial process,” the judge referred Sidney Powell, L. Lin Wood and seven others to attorney grievance proceedings that could result in disbarment.