Suzy Khimm is a national reporter for MSNBC.com in Washington DC, where she covers economic and domestic policy. Her feature on the death of an Appalachian coal-mining town was a finalist for the 2013 Society of Business Editors and Writers awards.
She was previously a staff reporter at The Washington Post, where she was a founding writer for Wonkblog. Before coming to Washington, she worked in Brazil and Southeast Asia, where she covered everything from São Paulo prison riots to the Khmer Rouge war crimes tribunal.
Suzy has also contributed to the Economist, Slate, The New Republic, Mother Jones, Los Angeles Times, and the Wall Street Journal Asia. She's on MSNBC regularly as an on-air analyst and has also appeared on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher," BBC World News Tonight, and NPR affiliates across the country. You can contact her at suzy (dot) khimm (at) gmail (dot) com.