Daniel Moritz-Rabson

Breaking News Reporter

Daniel Moritz-Rabson is a breaking news reporter for Newsweek based in New York. Before joining Newsweek Daniel interned at PBS NewsHour Weekend, BBC Travel and NBC's owned and operated stations. He graduated from New York University in January 2018.

Scientists See Tobacco Industry Playbook in EPA Overhaul Plan

This concept of targeting the transparency of the scientific process "first appeared in tobacco industry documents in the 90s," Gretchen Goldman, the research director for the Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, told Newsweek. "It was never about transparency."

Analysts Decry 'Smear Campaign' Against Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman

"I was concerned by the call. I did not think it was proper to demand that a foreign government investigate a U.S. citizen, and I was worried about the implications for the U.S. government's support of Ukraine," Vindman, who heard the call, planned to tell House investigators.

Rand Paul Argues Quid Pro Quo Is The Norm

"Democrats want people to be alarmed by a Latin phrase, but, really, making foreign aid contingent on behavior is actually the defining reason that countries supposedly give aid — to influence the behavior of the receiving country," Paul writes.

46 Percent Say Their Financial Status Has Gotten Worse Under Trump

"There's a fair number of people in the nation who look at things like the record low unemployment rate" and other positive indicators and "feel as if the boasting of those things is not consistent with their experience," Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst at Bankrate, told Newsweek.