Weston Kosova was promoted to senior editor in Newsweek's Washington bureau in December 1999. He joined the bureau as a correspondent in September 1995 and reports and writes on a wide-range of topics, from national affairs to terrorism to politics.
Kosova is also responsible for developing in-depth reporting projects that team him with correspondents in Washington and around the country and for creative planning with reporters and editors based at New York headquarters.
Kosova came to Newsweek from The New Republic, where he was managing editor and then a senior editor covering Congress. Previously he was an associate editor with Washington City Paper, an alternative weekly.
Kosova graduated in 1989 from the University of Wisconsin in Madison, with a B.A. in political science.