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Washington Post national political enterprise reporter Robert Samuels speaks with Ben Crump and Antonio Romanucci, who represented the family of George Floyd in their civil suit against the city of Minneapolis, about where the country is today two years after Floyd’s murder.Recorded on Monday, May 23, 2022.…
De las causas del éxodo hablamos con el periodista Abraham Jiménez Enoa. Del daridorexant, con la doctora Odile Romero del Hospital Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. Y de si los chilenos aprobarán la Constitución, con el corresponsal José María del PinoAutor: The Washington Post
On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Annie Linskey, Eugene Robinson and Josh Rogin about the results of Tuesday’s primary election, the November midterms and the latest developments from Ukraine.Recorded on Friday, May 20, 2022.Autor: The Washington Post
Economics editor Damian Paletta speaks with Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) & Labor Secretary Marty Walsh about the recent bipartisan infrastructure bill and building and maintaining a skilled infrastructure workforce.Autor: The Washington Post
Washington Post associate editor and columnist David Ignatius speaks with former defense secretary Mark T. Esper about his new book, “A Sacred Oath: Memoirs of a Secretary of Defense During Extraordinary Times.”Recorded on Thursday, May 19, 2022.Autor: The Washington Post
De la igualdad en el pago a quienes juegan hablamos en Washington con Paula Lugones de "Clarín". De los aspirantes vicepresidenciales en Colombia, con Aurora Vergara de la Universidad Icesi. Y de la cumbre, con Andrés Martínez de "Reforma"Autor: The Washington Post
Washington Post reporter for the Cybersecurity 202 newsletter Joseph Marks speaks with Bob Kolasky, senior vice president for critical infrastructure at Exiger, and Reps. Michael McCaul (R-Tex.) and Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.) to assess the current cyber landscape and discuss how to strengthen private/public sector cooperation in securing cyberspace.R…
Technology reporter Danielle Abril speak with Ania Smith, CEO of TaskRabbit, about how the gig economy will shape the future of work.Autor: The Washington Post
¿Cómo interpretar el cambio de política de Estados Unidos? Hablamos con Santiago Cantón del Diálogo Interamericano. De los agujeros negros, con el astrónomo Jesús Armentia. Y también con la chef colombiana Leonor EspinosaAutor: The Washington Post
Post opinions columnist Michele Norris speaks with co-authors and Post reporters Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa about how systemic racism shaped Floyd’s life and legacy as explored in their new book, “His Name Is George Floyd.”Conversation recorded on Tuesday, May 17, 2022Autor: The Washington Post
Join Washington Post Live journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Frances Steed Sellers for a series of conversations with Atul Gawande, MD, LaQuandra S. Nesbitt, MD, Cheryl Bettigole, MD, and Cameron Webb, MD, on vaccine equity, how to close the vaccine access gap and how vaccine inequities will affect future global health crises. Recorded on Tuesday, Ma…
De la OTAN y Putin hablamos con el especialista español Jesús Núñez. De Cantv y Movilnet, con el economista venezolano José Guerra. Y Dori Toribio nos dio detalles de lo que pudo haber motivado la matanza de afroamericanos en Buffalo, en Nueva YorkAutor: The Washington Post
In our continuing series with cultural pioneers during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Washington Post columnist covering foreign affairs Ishaan Tharoor speaks with author Sanjena Sathian about her debut novel, “Gold Diggers,” and how her work has explored family, community and belonging.Recorded on Monday, May 16, 2022.…
On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Damian Paletta, E.J. Dionne and Megan McArdle about the latest inflation numbers, the state of the stock market, upcoming midterms and the future of abortion.Autor: The Washington Post
De las implicaciones en caso de que Ecuador se quede sin ir al Mundial hablamos con Adrián Maladesky del diario "Clarín". Dori Toribio nos cuenta qué va a pasar con el Hotel Trump. Y Jorge Espinosa le echa una mirada a la despedida del iPodAutor: The Washington Post
Washington Post opinions editor-at-large Michael Duffy speaks with David Gergen, former White House adviser to four U.S. presidents, about the leadership lessons learned from his 50-year public service career and how the best hope for the future of democracy is to prepare rising generations for lives of service and leadership, as written in his new…
Washington Post columnist and associate editor David Ignatius speaks with U.K. Secretary of State for Defense Ben Wallace about Russia’s nuclear saber-rattling and the additional warfare equipment the U.K. has committed to send to Ukraine.Recorded on Thursday, May 12, 2022.Autor: The Washington Post
De los principales sospechosos del crimen hablamos con Martha Soto de "El Tiempo" de Bogotá. De la campaña en Colombia, con el analista Camilo Granada. Y sobre por qué ganó "Bongbong" en Filipinas, con Pablo M. Díez del "ABC" de MadridAutor: The Washington Post
Washington Post Tokyo bureau chief Michelle Ye Hee Lee speaks with Eva Chen, the current head of fashion partnerships at Instagram, about her latest children’s book, “I Am Golden,” how it was inspired by her family history and the impact of the growing cultural visibility of Asian Americans.Recorded on Wednesday, May 11, 2022.…
De la violencia contra los periodistas mexicanos hablamos con Nadia Carrión y Enrique Acevedo. De la condena en El Salvador por un aborto espontáneo, con Morena Herrera. Y Victor Escribano, de Efe, nos contó qué pasa en ShangháiAutor: The Washington Post
¿Qué significa lo que dijo Putin en Moscú? Hablamos con Xavier Colás de "El Mundo" de Madrid. Sobre el "paro armado" llamamos a Elizabeth Dickinson, del International Crisis Group. Y del Ecuador hablamos con la experta Alexandra ZumárragaAutor: The Washington Post
Washington Post senior writer Frances Stead Sellers speaks with Alexander Hardy, the CEO of Genentech, and Allison Arwady, MD, the commissioner of the Chicago Department of Health about scientific breakthroughs, public health and lessons from the pandemic.Autor: The Washington Post
Washington Post congressional reporter Marianna Sotomayor speaks with Rep. Ashley Hinson (R-Iowa) to discuss the 2022 midterms, the challenges in her 2022 run, the GOP’s prospects in the fall and why she believes President Biden’s economic program has led to the highest inflation in decades.Recorded on Monday, May 9, 2022.…
On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Robert Barnes, Ruth Marcus and George F. Will about the leaked draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, how it will impact the midterms and the effect of rising federal interest rates.Autor: The Washington Post
Washington Post senior news anchor Libby Casey speaks with Emily Oster, PhD, professor of economics at Brown University, and Leana S. Wen, MD, emergency physician, to answer your questions on protecting young children from COVID-19 as guidelines have changed across the country.Autor: The Washington Post