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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 5pm ET.


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The white candidates struggling to appeal to black voters

Heather Long on the #MeToo moment in the field of economics; Cleve Wootson on 2020 candidates struggling to bridge the race gap; Rick Maese on another year without a near-mythical race.
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After discrimination charges, Facebook making big changes to its ad system

Tracy Jan explains expected changes to Facebook?s targeted ad system. Kate Woodsome on married couples in bureaucratic limbo because of Trump?s travel ban. Anna Fifield on the power of Haka.
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How intelligence agencies grapple with the global reach of domestic terrorism

Shane Harris on how intelligence agencies share domestic terrorism threats; Rosalind S. Helderman on what we already know about the special counsel?s investigation; and the growing list of states that want to change the electoral process.
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How the New Zealand mosque shootings moved across social media

Hamza Shaban on how YouTube, Facebook and Twitter failed to stop the spread of a violent video from the Christchurch mosque shootings. William Booth with an update on Brexit. And Geoffrey Fowler on the costs of ?free? tax-prep services.
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Pilots raised the alarm after last year?s Boeing crash. Then another plane went down.

Aaron Gregg investigates pilot complaints to Boeing. Glenn Kessler dissects what socialism really means. And Brady Dennis reports on the young climate activists going on strike.
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How the Obama administration missed the fentanyl crisis

A Post investigation uncovers how federal officials failed to address the rising threat of synthetic opioids. Emily Rauhala breaks down Justin Trudeau?s first major political scandal. And Isabelle Khurshudyan on the changing face of hockey referees.
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'Operation Varsity Blues': A college entrance bribery scheme

An elaborate college entrance bribery scheme. When veterans take their lives in the very places they sought help. Plus, a space name odyssey.
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Questions for Boeing after second deadly plane crash

Brian Fung explains Sen. Elizabeth Warren?s push to crack down on tech companies. Aaron Gregg delves into the tragic crash of a commercial Boeing plane in Ethiopia. And Simon Denyer revisits Fukushima, the site of one of Japan?s worst nuclear disasters.
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From $22 an hour to $11: What the GM layoffs mean for workers

Heather Long tells us about an uncertain future for laid-off autoworkers. Devlin Barrett explains why terrorists in the U.S. are rarely charged with ?terrorism.? And Shelly Tan discusses a long-awaited superhero.
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Joe Biden's 1975 rhetoric on race

Matt Viser on what we can learn from an interview with Joe Biden from the 1970s. Cat Zakrzewski on Facebook?s privacy overhaul. Plus, Lavanya Ramanathan on the rebranding of veganism.
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?I take full responsibility?: How Kamala Harris dealt with a scandal as DA

Michael Kranish on some questions Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) might face about her record as a prosecutor as 2020 heats up. Science reporter Carolyn Y. Johnson on what we still don?t understand about pregnancy. Plus, LeBron James could break a record.
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A second patient is free of HIV, offering new hope for a cure

Carolyn Y. Johnson on the second patient who may be cured of HIV, and Karoun Demirjian on the Democrats? post-Cohen strategy. Plus, Avi Selk on a Harvard professor who believes in aliens.
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A surge in border crossings that wouldn?t be solved by a wall

Nick Miroff on a surge in border crossings that is expected to go up. Peggy McGlone on a philanthropic family?s ties to the opioid crisis. And the president is on the phone ... just to talk.
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Will 'Leaving Neverland' make fans leave Michael Jackson?

Hank Stuever on the new documentary about alleged sexual abuse by Michael Jackson. Joanna Slater explains the recent clashes in ongoing India-Pakistan border tensions. Plus, Avi Selk on waiting for the Mueller investigation?s final report.
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The fragility of citizenship

Philip Rucker's debriefing on the Trump-Kim Hanoi summit. Ishaan Tharoor on the question of citizenship for westerners in the Islamic State. Plus, the Pentagon?s new effort to count civilian casualties in war from Missy Ryan.
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?I?m here to tell the truth about Mr. Trump.?

Michael Cohen, President Trump?s former fixer and personal attorney, appeared before a congressional committee today. Post reporters Karoun Demirjian, Rosalind S. Helderman, David Fahrenthold and Aaron Blake guide us through his testimony.
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Trump and Kim look for a grand bargain in Hanoi

Simon Denyer on what to expect from the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi. Rosalind Helderman on the new details Michael Cohen?s testimony could offer. Plus, Tamer El-Ghobashy reports on the world of pigeon racing in Iraq.
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Democrats ready 'no' vote on national emergency

Toluse Olorunnipa explains why House Democrats are challenging Trump?s national emergency. Nicole Ellis on her personal journey to figure out whether egg freezing was right for her. And the plight of adjunct professors, with Danielle Douglas-Gabriel.
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The teenagers trying to save the world

Anne Gearan on the Trump administration?s aid dilemma in Venezuela. Sarah Kaplan on the kids who are done waiting on adults to address climate change. And Emily Yahr on the mess that is this year?s Oscars.
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Facebook?s billion-dollar blunder

Tony Romm on Facebook potentially paying up after Cambridge Analytica. Christian Davenport on how rocket launches are muddying air travel. Plus, Orion Donovan-Smith on Liberian immigrants losing protections after decades.
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With scandals growing, Catholic leaders gather for Vatican summit on sex abuse

Chico Harlan on Roman Catholic Church leaders gathering for a summit about sex abuse. scandals. Michelle Ye Hee Lee on how small donors matter in a presidential race. Plus, Adam Giannelli on his stutter and how canvassing helped him find his voice.
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Bernie Sanders surprised everyone in 2016. Can he do it again?

Aaron Blake on Bernie Sanders?s second presidential run. Steven Rich on the emotional impact of a school lockdown. Plus, Robin Givhan on the life and complexities of the late fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld.
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Can impeachment appear legitimate in a hyperpartisan universe?

Carlos Lozada on the legitimacy of impeachment in a partisan climate. Plus, columnist David Ignatius examines the state of U.S.-Saudi relations after the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
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Trump braces for challenges to emergency declaration

Damian Paletta on the details of President Trump's emergency declaration. Anthony Faiola on the continuing political battle in Venezuela. Plus, Geoffrey A. Fowler on Marie Kondo-ing your digital life.
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Why President Trump is declaring a national emergency

Josh Dawsey on Trump?s plans to avoid another shutdown but still declare a national emergency. Rosalind S. Helderman on how Paul Manafort lied to investigators. And what ?I love you? means literally.
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A smaller refund this year? That doesn?t mean your taxes went up.

Heather Long explains why your tax refund may be smaller this year. Lenny Bernstein on organ transplant oversight in the United States. And Sarah Kaplan with a sweet farewell to the Mars rover Opportunity.
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There?s a deal to avert a government shutdown ? but is Trump on board?

Josh Dawsey on whether we?re heading for another shutdown. Juliet Eilperin on how late-term abortions have become political. And a Post reader on what John Dingell?s death meant to him.
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Loyal bulldog, furious fixer: The two Michael Cohens

Paul Schwartzman on the path that led Michael Cohen to Donald Trump. Lena Sun on the preventable measles outbreak in Washington state. And Anna Fifield on China?s ?leftover women.?
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Jeff Bezos takes on the National Enquirer

Marc Fisher on the evolution of Jeff Bezos?s tabloid scandal ? and its potential political implications. Plus, Geoff Edgers on how Aerosmith and Run-D.M.C. changed pop culture. And, Ellen McCarthy on the job that shaped Nancy Pelosi?s speakership.
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Charges of racism and sexual assault upend Va. politics

Fenit Nirappil on the mounting scandals engulfing Virginia?s state government. Michael E. Miller on the diminishing threat of MS-13 to the nation. Plus, Kolin Pope on how to create an emoji.
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Elizabeth Warren apologizes for Native American heritage claims

Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks to The Post?s Annie Linskey after her apology for claims of Native American heritage. Plus, Karen DeYoung on the Trump administration?s approach to peace in Afghanistan. And just how many pets do Americans have?
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The selective investigation of North Carolina?s alleged voter fraud

Amy Gardner reports on how prosecutors deal with voter fraud in North Carolina. Vanessa Williams looks at the Democrat responding to Trump?s State of the Union address. Plus: Luisa Beck on a vanished communist era -- revived in nursing homes.
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How Trump?s lifetime appointments are reshaping federal courts

President Trump installs a record number of appeals court judges, Ann Marimow reports. Shane Harris dissects the White House feud with its own intelligence agencies. Plus: Roxanne Roberts on how the ?designated survivor? came to be.
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For black boys who don?t want to play in the NFL

Today, Matt Viser on what separates Cory Booker from the 2020 pack. Former New England Patriot Martellus Bennett on looking beyond sports for black boys. And Peter Holley on the trouble with an e-scooter getaway.
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How an assault victim sought justice when the system failed her

How one assault victim fought back against a successful D.C. chef. The tumultuous relationship between President Trump and Michael Bloomberg. And, what it feels like in the polar vortex.
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What does Huawei have to do with the U.S.-China trade war?

Anna Fifield and Devlin Barrett break down how charges against the Chinese tech firm Huawei influence U.S. and Chinese relations. Plus, Aaron C. Davis on how some people who worked during the shutdown won?t be seeing a paycheck.
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Why the polar vortex is really a symptom of global warming

Why record-breaking low temperatures aren?t evidence against global warming. Plus: Ian Shapira on former U.S. spies now in Congress and Nia Decaille on a rapper redefining black motherhood.
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They only had each other. Then one became a mass shooter.

The brother of the confessed Parkland shooter wrestles with his responsibility to his only family member. After a Trump club fired about a dozen undocumented workers, they?re fighting back. And a love triangle that questions ?in sickness and in health."
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The shutdown is over ? for now. What happens next?

As a 35-day partial government shutdown comes to a close, Paul Kane explains why President Trump finally gave in to pressure. And Rosalind S. Helderman spells out the significance of the latest indictment in the Russia probe.
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A diplomatic crisis in Venezuela

Carol Morello on why Venezuela may be on the verge of a coup. Abby Ohlheiser on how the Mall standoff went viral. Plus, Angela Fritz on the privatization of weather forecasts.
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Senate shutdown votes are ?fundamentally designed not to pass?

Seung Min Kim on stalled legislative efforts to end the seemingly never-ending shutdown. Moriah Balingit on the state of public school systems in light of the Los Angeles teachers? strike. Plus, how international trade wars hit small-town America.
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544 days in an Iranian prison

The Washington Post?s columnist Jason Rezaian on his imprisonment in Iran. Eugene Scott on how Kamala Harris?s identity is shaping her presidential campaign. Plus, a postcard from a ghost town.
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One civil rights icon is ?trying to demystify the hero thing?

Six decades after Minnijean Brown became one of the Little Rock Nine, one of the first nine black students to desegregate a high school in Little Rock, Ark., she has a new mission: showing the world just how scared she was as it happened.
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Who owns the Women?s March?

Kimberly Kindy on federal prison workers who aren?t getting enough support during the partial government shutdown. Marissa Lang on the tensions surrounding the Women?s March. Plus, the career troubles of R&B singer Chrisette Michele.
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The Founding Fathers never planned for the Trump International Hotel

David Fahrenthold on a government watchdog report questioning the constitutionality of Trump?s D.C. hotel lease. William Booth on Britain's many attempts to leave the European Union. Plus, the history of the border wall.
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Kirsten Gillibrand wants you to know her name

Jenna Johnson on the gradual policy shifts of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), newly announced presidential hopeful. Sudarsan Raghavan on the struggle to survive for many in Yemen. Plus, the sounds of healthy and unhealthy snow.
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Does Beto O?Rourke have something to say?

Jenna Johnson talks to Beto O?Rourke after his bid for U.S. Senate. Matt Zapotosky on the confirmation hearing for an attorney general nominee. Plus, Drew Harwell on how his YouTube search for ?RBG? yielded unexpected results.
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Trump?s secrecy around Putin talks are ?part of a much broader pattern?

Greg Miller on the president keeping notes from meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin to himself. Darryl Fears on an executive order that may thin millions of acres of forests. Plus, the hit musical ?Hamilton? makes its way to Puerto Rico.
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Why R. Kelly?s accusers were rarely heard ? until now

Geoff Edgers dives into the history of sexual misconduct claims against R. Kelly. Tim Carman questions the value of his food column, the $20 Diner. And an unlikely advocate emerges for personal tech.
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Border 101

As President Trump continues to press his case for a wall, Maria Sacchetti dispels misinformation about the U.S.-Mexico border. Plus, Nicolás Maduro begins his second term as president of Venezuela.
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