Daniel Boguslaw is an investigative reporter based in Washington, D.C. His interests include corporate corruption, congressional and White House investigations, American influence overseas, and organized labor. Prior to joining The Intercept, Daniel worked at the New Republic, The American Prospect, and as a firefighter in the Pacific Northwest.
Senators Aren’t Ready to Blame Themselves for Silicon Valley Bank Implosion
“I think that we need to see what has actually transpired.”
House Hawks Kill Bipartisan Effort to End War in Syria
Matt Gaetz sponsored a resolution in the House, supported by the Congressional Progressive Caucus, to force congressional oversight of the continued U.S. military presence in Syria.
United Auto Workers on Brink of Unprecedented Leadership Upset
After years of corruption scandals and concessions to the auto industry, the UAW finds itself on the precipice of radical new leadership.
In Bulldozing Israeli Democracy, Benjamin Netanyahu Could Become the BDS Movement’s Greatest Ally
Capital is beginning to flee Israel in the wake of the prime minister’s judicial overhaul.