Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff

Washington, D.C.

Reporter covering national breaking news

Education: Northwestern University, BS in journalism and international studies

Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff is a reporter on The Washington Post's General Assignment desk, where he covers breaking news and writes of-the-moment features. He has reported for The Post from Europe and covered crime and criminal justice on the Metro desk. He previously worked for the Texas Tribune and was a Fulbright scholar in Berlin, where he reported on the experiences of Syrian refugees living in Germany.
Latest from Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff

American teen killed in West Bank, leaving mosque ‘devastated’ back home

Tawfic Hafeth Abdel Jabbar, a 17-year-old who grew up in the New Orleans area, was killed Friday in the West Bank, according to a relative.

January 21, 2024

Iran accuses Israel of deadly Syria strike

Most of the missiles fired at al-Assad Air Base in Iraq were intercepted by air defenses, while others landed on the base, according to U.S. officials.

January 21, 2024

    L.A. Innocence Project takes on Scott Peterson’s case. Here’s what to know.

    Peterson was convicted in 2004 of murdering his pregnant wife and their unborn son, a case that captivated the country. He has said he was not the killer.

    January 19, 2024

    Veterans Affairs launched a suicide help program. 50,000 veterans used it.

    The one-year total comes as the latest data shows that more than 6,000 veterans die by suicide each year, amid a worsening mental health crisis across the country.

    January 18, 2024

    A brief ode to the brief taste of Fruit Stripe gum, now discontinued

    The colorful gum, striped like mascot Yipes the Zebra, came with temporary tattoos. Some searched for the last available packages, for one final flavor blast.

    January 12, 2024

    After year of culture wars, states to take up AI, housing and workforce

    With the presidential election looming, all but four states have legislatures scheduled to meet this year. Last year, lawmakers passed more than 35,000 bills.

    January 11, 2024

    After part of a plane’s wall blew out, feds ground some Boeings

    The Federal Aviation Administration has called for an inspection of 171 aircraft after part of a Boeing 737-9 Max’s wall blew out on an Alaska Airlines flight.

    January 7, 2024

    Ex-cop sentenced to over a year in jail for Elijah McClain’s death

    “All the belated apologies in the world cannot remove my son’s blood from Randy [Roedema]’s hands,” said Sheneen McClain, Elijah’s mother, before the sentencing.

    January 6, 2024

    1 sixth-grader dead, 5 people injured in shooting at Iowa high school

    The shooting was reported on the first day of the school’s second semester.

    January 4, 2024

    Jimmy Kimmel slams Aaron Rodgers for suggesting Jeffrey Epstein connection

    The ABC late-night host threatened to sue the quarterback and frequent guest of ESPN’s Pat McAfee for mentioning his name alongside the notorious sex abuser.

    January 3, 2024