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The Washington Post

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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. Published weekdays by 5 p.m. Eastern time.

Latest Episodes

One hundred thousand.

The U.S. death toll has reached a stark milestone: 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus. The pandemic has exposed the nation’s vulnerabilities and dangerous divide.

20 MIN1 d ago
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One hundred thousand.

‘We woke up to a city of ash’

Anger boils over in Minneapolis in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death. Understanding what happened in Central Park. And a powerful painting captures another unsettling time in America.

32 MIN2 d ago
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‘We woke up to a city of ash’

Trump vs. Big Tech

Tensions between President Trump and big tech reach a boiling point. Asian American health-care workers are fighting racism as well as the coronavirus. And, how air travel has changed during the pandemic.

23 MIN3 d ago
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Trump vs. Big Tech

It’s not normal for so many Americans to feel depressed

The mental health crisis brought on by covid-19. How the pandemic is shifting away from cities and gaining a foothold in rural America. And, why we can’t bring ourselves to do the dishes.

25 MIN4 d ago
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It’s not normal for so many Americans to feel depressed

Will Hong Kong be changed forever?

Beijing signals the end of Hong Kong's “one country, two systems” framework. How the new Christopher Nolan movie became a test case for the summer movie season. And, a bus driver on the front lines in New York City.

29 MIN5 d ago
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Will Hong Kong be changed forever?

Why the need to go might prevent us from going out

Americans are making it clear: They won’t be ready to go out to their favorite destinations until they feel confident about being able to go — to the bathroom, that is.

16 MIN1 w ago
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Why the need to go might prevent us from going out

Who is Hillary without Bill?

A novelist imagines another life for Hillary Rodham –– one without Bill Clinton. And, what we’re missing when we’re missing human touch.

25 MIN1 w ago
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Who is Hillary without Bill?

The end of retail as we know it?

Bankruptcies rattle the retail industry. SpaceX poised to send two astronauts into orbit for the first time. And, an online community breaks the fast together, each night of Ramadan.

29 MIN1 w ago
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The end of retail as we know it?

Vote by mail? Harder than it sounds.

How will we vote in November? A wrinkle in expanding coronavirus testing in the United States. And, a new outbreak in South Korea pushes its LGBTQ community into an undesirable spotlight.

27 MIN1 w ago
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Vote by mail? Harder than it sounds.

Fighting covid-19: A tale of two countries

In Jordan, a strict lockdown. In Sweden – an opposite approach. And, the social tensions created by Canada’s “double bubble” policy.

27 MIN1 w ago
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Fighting covid-19: A tale of two countries

Latest Episodes

One hundred thousand.

The U.S. death toll has reached a stark milestone: 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus. The pandemic has exposed the nation’s vulnerabilities and dangerous divide.

20 MIN1 d ago
Comments
One hundred thousand.

‘We woke up to a city of ash’

Anger boils over in Minneapolis in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death. Understanding what happened in Central Park. And a powerful painting captures another unsettling time in America.

32 MIN2 d ago
Comments
‘We woke up to a city of ash’

Trump vs. Big Tech

Tensions between President Trump and big tech reach a boiling point. Asian American health-care workers are fighting racism as well as the coronavirus. And, how air travel has changed during the pandemic.

23 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Trump vs. Big Tech

It’s not normal for so many Americans to feel depressed

The mental health crisis brought on by covid-19. How the pandemic is shifting away from cities and gaining a foothold in rural America. And, why we can’t bring ourselves to do the dishes.

25 MIN4 d ago
Comments
It’s not normal for so many Americans to feel depressed

Will Hong Kong be changed forever?

Beijing signals the end of Hong Kong's “one country, two systems” framework. How the new Christopher Nolan movie became a test case for the summer movie season. And, a bus driver on the front lines in New York City.

29 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Will Hong Kong be changed forever?

Why the need to go might prevent us from going out

Americans are making it clear: They won’t be ready to go out to their favorite destinations until they feel confident about being able to go — to the bathroom, that is.

16 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Why the need to go might prevent us from going out

Who is Hillary without Bill?

A novelist imagines another life for Hillary Rodham –– one without Bill Clinton. And, what we’re missing when we’re missing human touch.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Who is Hillary without Bill?

The end of retail as we know it?

Bankruptcies rattle the retail industry. SpaceX poised to send two astronauts into orbit for the first time. And, an online community breaks the fast together, each night of Ramadan.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The end of retail as we know it?

Vote by mail? Harder than it sounds.

How will we vote in November? A wrinkle in expanding coronavirus testing in the United States. And, a new outbreak in South Korea pushes its LGBTQ community into an undesirable spotlight.

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Vote by mail? Harder than it sounds.

Fighting covid-19: A tale of two countries

In Jordan, a strict lockdown. In Sweden – an opposite approach. And, the social tensions created by Canada’s “double bubble” policy.

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Fighting covid-19: A tale of two countries
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