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.
The violence rattling Asian Americans
Asian American communities are bracing themselves against an increase of violent assaults, leaving the marginalized group feeling under attack and isolated.
A balancing act in Honduras
As President Biden seeks to reset immigration policy, uncertainty surrounds the U.S. relationship with Honduras and its president, Juan Orlando Hernández, who is implicated in drug trafficking.
Will a minimum-wage hike save the economy?
Behind the fight over raising the minimum wage — and why the Senate parliamentarian is at the center of it. Plus, boomers embrace online shopping.
An apolitical Justice Department?
Merrick Garland’s plans for the Justice Department. And, another push to provide coronavirus pandemic loans to small businesses.
Pregnancy, coronavirus vaccines and a difficult choice
Pregnant people and their babies face severe risks if they get infected with the coronavirus. Newly available vaccines could be a source of hope. But without good data, many pregnant people are agonizing over whether the shots are right for them.
Why so many Texans still don't have water
Most Texans are finally getting their power back, but millions of people are still without water as the crisis escalates in the storm-ravaged state. And why coronavirus cases are finally dropping in the United States.
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Isn’t it funny how we have to be worried that we are hired because we are black, women or disabled. White men never care that the reason they were hired, or paid more is because they are white men.
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