Steve Hendrix

Washington, D.C.

Enterprise reporter Steve Hendrix has reported from many countries and most states since joining the Post in 2000.

Education: University of Georgia, BA; American University, MA

Enterprise reporter Steve Hendrix came to The Washington Post almost 20 years ago from the world of magazine freelancing and has written for just about every section of the paper: Travel, Style, the Magazine, Book World, Foreign, National and was the Post's Jerusalem bureau chief.
Latest from Steve Hendrix

Netanyahu vows to push through judicial overhaul amid nationwide protests

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he will lead efforts to push through a judicial overhaul, even as protests raged across the country.

March 23, 2023

Israel delays part of judicial overhaul but fails to contain turmoil

While promising to pause some aspects of the overhaul, the right-wing government still vowed to enact measures to give it more say in selecting Supreme Court judges.

March 20, 2023

War forces thousands of disabled Ukrainians into institutions

Thousands of disabled Ukrainians, many of them elderly, are being institutionalized after being displaced by the war. Social service providers are overwhelmed.

March 18, 2023

Married on the day of the invasion, one soldier marks two anniversaries

Ukrainian Sgt. Volodymyr Rusyn spent the day visiting his troops on the front lines — and making sure his wife got the flowers.

February 25, 2023

Bloodied Wagner fighters captured in Ukraine recount path from prison to war

In an interview, fighters from the Russian mercenary group said they were recruited from jail, sent to fight in Ukraine and shown violent videos of alleged traitors being executed.

February 23, 2023

Thousands of civilians fled Ukraine’s front lines. These people returned.

Thousands of returnees have partially repopulated the area where Moscow is waging its fiercest fighting intent on seizing the entire Donetsk region as its own.

February 18, 2023

As Russians inch forward near Bakhmut, Ukrainians dig fallback defenses

In Donetsk, gains or losses are measured in feet, not miles. So even if Russian fighters take Bakhmut, new Ukrainian defenses mean they will not get much farther.

February 16, 2023

Ukraine readies along all fronts for Russia’s next big attack

It is unclear precisely where Russia's much-anticipated next attack will start, so Ukrainian forces are readying defenses across a vast and varied winter landscape.

February 12, 2023

Attacking Vuhledar, Russia previews new push to seize southeast Ukraine

With a surge of strikes on Vuhledar, located where the eastern and southern fronts meet, Russia may be preparing a major offensive to achieve Vladimir Putin's war goals

February 4, 2023

A church that once enslaved people sees the light in a chapel cemetery

Volunteers and archeologists cleared brush from the woods, bringing sunlight to long-hidden stones that marked the graves of those who were enslaved.

January 17, 2023