Post Reports

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.
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Need financial advice? Call your mother. 04 February 2023 00:24:15
In this bonus episode of Post Reports, listen in as personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary talks about money and “adulting” with her daughters.
Need financial advice? Call your mother.
In this bonus episode of Post Reports, listen in as personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary talks about money and “adulting” with her daughters.
And the Oscar (should) go to...? 03 February 2023 00:32:26
With the Oscars on the horizon, The Washington Post’s chief film critic and a culture writer share their hot takes on the movies they loved and who may win the golden statues.
And the Oscar (should) go to...?
With the Oscars on the horizon, The Washington Post’s chief film critic and a culture writer share their hot takes on the movies they loved and who may win the golden statues.
Who’s in charge in the 118th Congress? 02 February 2023 00:23:49
The new Republican House majority is off to a shaky start. We’ll unpack the drama over committee assignments, the debt ceiling fight and a House speaker who has a very precarious hold on power.
Who’s in charge in the 118th Congress?
The new Republican House majority is off to a shaky start. We’ll unpack the drama over committee assignments, the debt ceiling fight and a House speaker who has a very precarious hold on power.
The FDA is ready for gay and bisexual men to donate blood 01 February 2023 00:22:04
After years of protest, the FDA is easing the blood donation ban for gay and bisexual men. Today on the show, what this means for LGBT rights and the nation’s blood supply.
The FDA is ready for gay and bisexual men to donate blood
After years of protest, the FDA is easing the blood donation ban for gay and bisexual men. Today on the show, what this means for LGBT rights and the nation’s blood supply.
Pandemic rents soared. Now what? 31 January 2023 00:21:08
For many Americans, it’s almost time to pay rent, and prices are soaring. The Biden administration has stepped in to help renters, but will it help? Rachel Siegel joins us to explain.
Pandemic rents soared. Now what?
For many Americans, it’s almost time to pay rent, and prices are soaring. The Biden administration has stepped in to help renters, but will it help? Rachel Siegel joins us to explain.
Tyre Nichols and the promise of police reform 30 January 2023 00:20:12
After Tyre Nichols —a young Black man — was beaten to death by police in Memphis, the fact that the five officers charged are Black has prompted activists to grapple with the complex pervasiveness of institutional racism in policing.
Tyre Nichols and the promise of police reform
After Tyre Nichols —a young Black man — was beaten to death by police in Memphis, the fact that the five officers charged are Black has prompted activists to grapple with the complex pervasiveness of institutional racism in policing.
The case of the missing workers 27 January 2023 00:31:59
Despite recent headlines about layoffs, the story of many industries is still too many jobs and not enough workers. Today on “Post Reports,” we do a deep dive into the restaurant industry and ask – where did all the workers go?
The case of the missing workers
Despite recent headlines about layoffs, the story of many industries is still too many jobs and not enough workers. Today on “Post Reports,” we do a deep dive into the restaurant industry and ask – where did all the workers go?
Jacinda Ardern is burnt out 26 January 2023 00:18:00
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern surprised many when she announced her decision not to run for reelection. Though she enjoyed global popularity as a feminist icon, her reputation at home was more mixed. Ishaan Tharoor explains why.
Jacinda Ardern is burnt out
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern surprised many when she announced her decision not to run for reelection. Though she enjoyed global popularity as a feminist icon, her reputation at home was more mixed. Ishaan Tharoor explains why.
The power – and limits – of California’s gun laws 25 January 2023 00:19:54
Despite having some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation, California has experienced three mass killings in the past 10 days. Today, we examine what any state could do to stop these tragedies in a country awash in guns.
The power – and limits – of California’s gun laws
Despite having some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation, California has experienced three mass killings in the past 10 days. Today, we examine what any state could do to stop these tragedies in a country awash in guns.
Domestic violence cases rise with extreme weather 24 January 2023 00:19:38
Floods, wildfires, droughts and other extreme weather events can lead to more domestic violence around the world. Today’s show looks at why this happens and how advocates and emergency responders can extend a helping hand.
Domestic violence cases rise with extreme weather
Floods, wildfires, droughts and other extreme weather events can lead to more domestic violence around the world. Today’s show looks at why this happens and how advocates and emergency responders can extend a helping hand.
How to be smart with your money at every age 23 January 2023 00:31:51
Personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary offers financial advice for every stage of life.
How to be smart with your money at every age
Personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary offers financial advice for every stage of life.
Friendship: It’s good for your health 20 January 2023 00:18:59
It’s time to rethink our friendships. Research shows that strong friendships are essential to a healthy life.
Friendship: It’s good for your health
It’s time to rethink our friendships. Research shows that strong friendships are essential to a healthy life.
Who is George Santos, anyway? 19 January 2023 00:20:01
Who is George Santos, and why does it seem as though everyone on Capitol Hill is talking about him? Today, we have the story of the embattled lawmaker and why some voters in his district want him removed from his seat.
Who is George Santos, anyway?
Who is George Santos, and why does it seem as though everyone on Capitol Hill is talking about him? Today, we have the story of the embattled lawmaker and why some voters in his district want him removed from his seat.
Isolated Putin 18 January 2023 00:23:38
Today on “Post Reports,” we cover the latest news from the war in Ukraine – and talk about why Putin is increasingly isolated, even among Russia’s elite.
Isolated Putin
Today on “Post Reports,” we cover the latest news from the war in Ukraine – and talk about why Putin is increasingly isolated, even among Russia’s elite.
Climate trauma is real. Could nature be the cure? 17 January 2023 00:33:18
As California works through the devastating consequences of catastrophic flooding, today on “Post Reports” we look back at another climate disaster and ask if survivors can find healing on the very land that holds the scars of climate change.
Climate trauma is real. Could nature be the cure?
As California works through the devastating consequences of catastrophic flooding, today on “Post Reports” we look back at another climate disaster and ask if survivors can find healing on the very land that holds the scars of climate change.

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