Latest from Salwan Georges
Now the Ismael kids — 13, 18, and 20 — are struggling to cope with grief, but also with how to keep a car running, pay bills, be a family
  • Jul 20, 2020
Few if any politicians inspire as much loyalty among supporters as Sen. Bernie Sanders. His vast online fundraising network represents the deep pool of Americans who are willing to donate money to him. And his big rally crowds have shown that supporters often are eager to travel great distances and stand in long lines to see him.
  • Apr 8, 2020
Johnson & Johnson, a company more widely known for baby powder and Band-Aids, became a major supplier of narcotic raw materials to the U.S. thanks to a Tasmanian breed of poppies.
  • Mar 26, 2020
Climate change has allowed spotted seals to find new hunting grounds, but the marine mammals ultimately depend on sea ice to survive.
  • Feb 2, 2020
Behind much of the world’s chocolate is the work of thousands of impoverished children on West African cocoa farms.
  • Dec 30, 2019
Washington Post staff photographer Salwan Georges has covered the havoc ensued from the opioid epidemic over the past year.
  • Dec 30, 2019
Climate change may seem like a distant danger to many, but around the globe, people are seeing its full, transformative impact. From Alaska to Angola, Qatar to Colorado and more, Post photographers share their stories of a growing crisis.
  • Dec 2, 2019
The fast-warming Sea of Okhotsk, wedged between Russia and Japan, is a cautionary tale of the far-reaching consequences when climate dominoes begin to fall.
  • Nov 12, 2019
A decade after Mars and other chocolate makers vowed to stop rampant deforestation, the problem has gotten worse.
  • Oct 29, 2019