Susan Hogan

Washington, D.C.

Education: BA in philosophy and religion, MA in journalism, MA in systematic theology, MA in religious studies

Susan Hogan is a multiplatform editor. She previously was deputy editor of the Morning Mix team, and an overnight news editor on the home page team. She has been an editorial writer in Minneapolis and a reporter in Chicago, Dallas and elsewhere, primarily covering religion.
Latest from Susan Hogan

Camels and cows and sheep, oh my: How live Nativities turned into controversial extravaganzas

St. Francis of Assisi started with two live animals and a manger in 1226. They only got bigger from there.

December 23, 2018

‘Pray and pray hard’: When 100,000 waited to see the Virgin Mary on a Wisconsin farm

The huge crowd gathered on Aug. 15, 1950 after Mary Ann Van Hoof, a 41-year-old mother of eight, promised that Jesus' mother would appear at her farm.

August 26, 2018

‘Fixer Upper’ stars Chip and Joanna Gaines fined by EPA for lead paint violations

The couple's company is required to pay a $40,000 civil penalty and spend $160,000 to correct problems in 33 homes.

June 7, 2018

At least 62 dead in Guatemala as volcano erupts, burying an entire village

Rescue operations resumed Monday after being suspended at nightfall Sunday because conditions were too dangerous to continue.

June 4, 2018

‘In the belly of hell’: The Quaker abolitionist disowned by his faith for condemning slave owners

Benjamin Lay, who had dwarfism, wrote one of the first treatises against slavery in America, denouncing Quaker slave owners as “man-stealers.”

May 14, 2018

Georgina Chapman says she was never suspicious of estranged husband Harvey Weinstein

After months of silence, Chapman, a fashion designer, spoke out about the disgraced Hollywood mogul.

May 11, 2018

Mass killer Dylann Roof’s sister charged with carrying weapons at S.C. high school

Students at the school became alarmed at her Snapchat post disparaging National Walkout Day, which was being held in response to a mass shootings.

March 15, 2018

‘Home of Sliced Bread’: A small Missouri town champions its greatest thing

People in Chillicothe, Mo., hope the town's role in food history will help the local economy.

February 21, 2018

University of Iowa wants to drop Steve Wynn’s name from institute amid sexual misconduct allegations

In 2013, he made a $25 million commitment to the school in support of its vision institute, which was then renamed after him.

February 1, 2018

Steve Bannon invitation sparks protests at University of Chicago

The former Trump White House adviser and Breitbart News executive was invited to a debate at the Booth School of Business.

January 26, 2018