Anjuman Ali

Washington, D.C.


Education: Kent State University, PhD in political science ; University of Mumbai, MA in political science/international relations; University of Mumbai, BA in political science/international relations

Anjuman Ali is deputy editor on The Washington Post's Well+Being desk. Before arriving at The Post in 2010, Ali was Web editor and an editorial page editor for the Wisconsin State Journal. She has worked as an editor and reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Associated Press and newspapers in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Latest from Anjuman Ali

Texas judge grants woman emergency abortion

The lawsuit is thought to be the first to seek a court order for an immediate abortion since the Dobbs decision.

December 8, 2023

The winners and losers of the fourth Republican debate

Trump, Haley and Christie had a good night. DeSantis, Ramaswamy and civility, not so much.

December 7, 2023

How to celebrate International Women’s Day

There is much to strive for to make the lives of girls and women better. March 8, though, is a day to cherish our wins and recognize how far we have come.

March 7, 2023

11 health tips from your favorite Well+Being stories in 2022

Why am I a mosquito magnet? How do I improve my microbiome? These and other stories were among reader favorites this year.

December 31, 2022

He was a Muslim group leader. For 13 years, he allegedly spied for an anti-Muslim organization.

Romin Iqbal was fired this week after CAIR’s national office said an investigation revealed he had shared information with Steven Emerson’s Investigative Project on Terrorism.

December 17, 2021

House votes for legislation to combat Islamophobia abroad after Republican falsely accuses Rep. Omar of being ‘affiliated with’ terrorist organizations

While the measure was introduced months ago, Tuesday’s vote comes amid growing calls for House Republicans to take action against Islamophobia within their ranks.

December 14, 2021

Omar, Schakowsky push bill to combat Islamophobia abroad amid rising concerns about Uyghurs, Rohingya

While there has been bipartisan condemnation of anti-Muslim violence abroad, it’s unclear whether Republicans will back the measure.

October 29, 2021

U.S. to invest $3 billion to become vaccine ‘arsenal’ to the world

Officials said the investment will allow manufacturers to add new production lines and facilities and fulfill President Biden’s pledge to be the “arsenal of vaccines for the world.”

September 2, 2021