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Post Reports is the daily podcast from The Washington Post. Unparalleled reporting. Expert insight. Clear analysis. Everything you’ve come to expect from the newsroom of The Post. For your ears. Martine Powers is your host, asking the questions you didn’t know you wanted answered.

Post Reports is the daily podcast from The Washington Post. Unparalleled reporting. Expert insight. Clear analysis. Everything you’ve come to expect from the newsroom of The Post. For your ears. Martine Powers is your host, asking the questions you didn’t know you wanted answered.
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Post Reports is the daily podcast from The Washington Post. Unparalleled reporting. Expert insight. Clear analysis. Everything you’ve come to expect from the newsroom of The Post. For your ears. Martine Powers is your host, asking the questions you didn’t know you wanted answered.

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Episodes

Trump ordered them to thwart Mueller. White House aides refused.

4/19/2019
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Philip Rucker on the obstruction that could have been. Kimberly Kindy on how the pork industry could soon take more control of food safety checks. Plus, Maura Judkis on the cannabis cookbooks that put pot in your potluck.

Duration:00:30:09

Everything you need to know from the Mueller report.

4/18/2019
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Post reporters Rosalind S. Helderman, Shane Harris and Carol D. Leonnig break down the key findings of the redacted Mueller report released today by Attorney General William P. Barr.

Duration:00:33:28

Trump shifting DHS focus from counterterrorism to immigration

4/17/2019
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Nick Miroff reports on the major shift in focus at the Department of Homeland Security. Carlos Lozada dissects the brain trust surrounding Trump, the anti-intellectual president. Plus Joe Fox and Lauren Tierney visit a shrinking national landmark.

Duration:00:24:40

Why banning fringe users doesn't keep conspiracy theories off YouTube

4/16/2019
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Philip Kennicott envisions Notre Dame’s reconstruction. Abby Ohlheiser reports on the resurfacing of Internet conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. And Emily Yahr talks about the Backstreet Boys and their hit single “I Want It That Way.”

Duration:00:22:11

‘I saw the image ... and just gasped’: Shock, devastation as Notre Dame burns

4/15/2019
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Robert McCartney reflects on the massive fire at Paris’s historic Notre Dame Cathedral. Toluse Olorunnipa breaks down 2020 candidates’ campaign finance reports. And Matt Bonesteel mulls Tiger Woods’s “return to glory.”

Duration:00:17:48

The culture clash at the center of New York’s measles outbreak

4/12/2019
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Lenny Bernstein on New York City’s mandatory vaccination order; Juliet Eilperin on how the military is approaching climate change differently than the White House; and Ryan Pfeffer on what it’s like to die on “Game of Thrones.”

Duration:00:24:58

The U.S. case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

4/11/2019
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Ellen Nakashima on Julian Assange’s arrest in London. Moriah Balingit on challenges for low-income Asian American students. Plus, Marian Anderson and the concert that changed America.

Duration:00:25:04

Why is Julián Castro the only 2020 Democrat with an immigration plan?

4/10/2019
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Michael Scherer on why Julián Castro is the only 2020 Democrat with an immigration plan. Emily Rauhala on Yazidi refugees in Canada. And Joel Achenbach on the first picture of a black hole.

Duration:00:26:22

Mayor Pete Buttigieg on a religious left revival

4/9/2019
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Toluse Olorunnipa on the staffing turmoil within the Department of Homeland Security. Sarah Pulliam Bailey on likely presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s faith. Plus, Emily Yahr and Bethonie Butler on “Old Town Road.”

Duration:00:25:41

High-risk lending caused the Great Recession. Could it happen again?

4/8/2019
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Damian Paletta explains the dangers of leveraged loans. Loveday Morris examines Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s standing ahead of the Israeli legislative elections. Plus, Simon Denyer in Japan’s “city of whales.”

Duration:00:21:58

He fought for justice. Now he’s facing misconduct allegations.

4/5/2019
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Neena Satija and Wesley Lowery on the misconduct allegations against the co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center. Sarah Ellison on Rupert Murdoch’s son and the fate of Fox News. Plus, Peter Holley on the Bible designed for Instagram.

Duration:00:28:46

What did AG Barr hold back from his Mueller report summary?

4/4/2019
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Rosalind S. Helderman on the people upset about what was left out of the Mueller report summary. David Ignatius on Jamal Khashoggi’s killing six months later. Plus, Jonathan Capehart on voices from the civil rights movement.

Duration:00:27:31

Britax strollers kept crashing. Why wasn't there a recall?

4/3/2019
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Tara Bahrampour on how the census going digital could expose it to hacking and disinformation campaigns. Todd C. Frankel on how a stroller company made a case against its products go away. Plus, Joanna Slater on cockfights in India.

Duration:00:23:59

The Supreme Court’s mixed messages on religious rights for death row inmates

4/2/2019
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Robert Barnes on the Supreme Court’s differing decisions on religious rights. Patricia Sullivan on how Amazon’s new headquarters in Virginia could threaten a nearby Latino neighborhood. Plus, Canada persuades foreign tech talent to move from the U.S.

Duration:00:23:53

Joe Biden is an affectionate guy. Is that a problem for a 2020 run?

4/1/2019
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Elise Viebeck on scrutiny over Joe Biden’s interactions with women. Caroline Kitchener on the only new Republican woman in the House. Plus, Christopher Ingraham on the amount of sex Americans are having.

Duration:00:26:37

Thought the fight over Obamacare was done? Think again.

3/29/2019
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Paige Winfield Cunningham on Obamacare and the recent Justice Department efforts to overturn it. Carlos Lozada on lessons learned from past reports on presidential conduct. Plus, Anton Troianovski on a celebrity turned politician in Ukraine.

Duration:00:29:51

Will all 2020 Democrats release their tax returns?

3/28/2019
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Holly Bailey on whether 2020 Democrats will release their tax returns. Laurie McGinley on the new FDA-approved depression treatments. Plus, Jon Gerberg and Michael Robinson Chavez on life in Venezuela.

Duration:00:25:46

Questions about suicide and guns, after three deaths

3/27/2019
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Katie Zezima and Joel Achenbach on gun control and the public health crisis of suicides. Anton Troianovski and Shane Harris on how Russia interfered in American elections. Plus, Reed Albergotti on Apple switching up its business model.

Duration:00:28:13

With $270 million settlement, Purdue Pharma starts paying for the opioid crisis

3/26/2019
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Katie Zezima on the pharmaceutical company’s landmark settlement. Amy Gardner on voting rights for felons in Florida. And Dan Zak on butterflies and the border wall.

Duration:00:17:24

What happens after Mueller? ‘There’s a long way to go.’

3/25/2019
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Josh Dawsey and Karoun Demirjian report on Washington’s response to Attorney General William P. Barr’s summary of Robert S. Mueller III's Russia investigation. And Jeff Stein on Puerto Rico’s loss of food stamp funding.

Duration:00:22:35