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Washington Post health-care policy reporter Paige Winfield Cunningham speaks with Kurt Newman, MD, president and CEO of Children’s National Hospital, about the outsized impact of coronavirus on children and the path forward for pediatric vaccine distribution.Door The Washington Post
Sobre si Rusia y China buscan un mundo distinto hablamos con Pablo Simón de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Del derrame de Repsol, con Ricardo León de "El Comercio" de Lima. Y del gabinete de Boric con José María del Pino del Grupo ClarínDoor The Washington Post
Washington Post national arts reporter Geoff Edgers speaks with Academy Award-winner Javier Bardem about his new film, "Being the Ricardos" and his role as Desi Arnaz.Door The Washington Post
Sobre Ucrania hablamos con Mira Milosevich del Real Instituto Elcano. De la arquidiócesis de Múnich, con Rosalía Sánchez del "ABC" de Madrid. Y sobre las posibilidades de Betancourt, con la periodista María Elvira Samper y el encuestador César CaballeroDoor The Washington Post
Washington Post Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes speaks with former federal judge Thomas Griffith and Yale Law School professor Cristina Rodriguez about their work on President Biden’s Commission on the Supreme Court, the report the commission recently issued and the future of the high court.Door The Washington Post
Washtington Post opinions writer Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Annie Linskey, Hugh Hewitt and Eugene Robinson about President Biden’s record-long press conference, his first year in office and the future of the voting rights.Door The Washington Post
Washington Post reporter Arelis R. Hernández speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes about her new memoir, “My Broken Language,” growing up between cultures and how her roots have shaped her creative voice.Door The Washington Post
Washington Post opinions writer Jonathan Capehart speaks with Cedric Richmond, senior advisor to President Biden and director of the White House Office of Public Engagement, about the administration’s efforts to address COVID-19 and the top priorities for year two.Door The Washington Post
Sobre Biden hablamos con dos corresponsales en Washington: Paula Lugones de "Clarín" y José Díaz Briseño de "Reforma". Del juicio en Guatemala, con Sofía Menchú, de Reuters. Y con la doctora venezolana María Eugenia Quintana, que está en BarcelonaDoor The Washington Post
Washington Post national arts reporter Geoff Edgers speaks with award-winning actor Valerie Bertinelli about her new book, “Enough Already: Learning to Love the Way I Am Today.”Door The Washington Post
Washington Post senior writer Frances Stead Sellers speaks with former health advisers to President Biden’s transition team Ezekiel J. Emanuel, MD and Céline Gounder, MD, about a new national strategy for living with covid-19, rather than continuing efforts to eradicate the virus.Door The Washington Post
The Washington Post's Jacqueline Alemany, anchor of The Early 202, speaks with New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) about dealing with the omicron and delta variants, his use of the National Guard to aid health-care facilities and his decision not to run for the U.S. Senate in 2022 but seek a fourth term as governor.…
De la compra de Activision, que produce Candy Crush, hablamos con Jorge Morla de "El País" de Madrid. Del Brasil y su historia, con Terrence McCoy, corresponsal de "The Washington Post". Y de cómo se aclaró la muerte de Leal, con Felipe Morales, de "El Espectador"Door The Washington Post
Sobre cuánto se ha visto afectada la carrera de Djokovic hablamos con Sebastián Torok de "La Nación" de Buenos Aires. De Luis Echeverría, con Vani Pettinà de El Colegio de México. Y sobre la nube descomunal, con el astrofísico Juan Diego SolerDoor The Washington Post
Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart speaks with Martin Luther King III, the late civil rights leader’s eldest son and the chair of the Drum Major Institute, about voting rights, what he thinks Congress should do next and the lessons from his father’s enduring legacy.Door The Washington Post
Washington Post Live’s “First Look” offers a smart, inside take on the day’s politics. Jonathan Capehart will host a reporter debrief followed by a roundtable discussion with Washington Post opinions columnists.Door The Washington Post
De la decisión de la reina Isabel hablamos en Londres con Eva Millán de Antena 3 Televisión. Sobre el espionaje a "El Faro", con Julia Gavarrete, una de las periodistas afectadas.Door The Washington Post
Washington Post national security reporter Ellen Nakashima speaks with Jeremy Sheridan, the assistant director of Office of Investigations at U.S. Secret Service, Dmitri Alperovitch, the co-founder and chair of the Silverado Policy Accelerator, and Tonya Ugoretz, deputy assistant director of the Cyber Division at the F.B.I, in a series of conversat…
De las causas de la inflación y de América Latina hablamos en México con Luis Miguel González, director de "El Economista". De ómicron y el fin de la pandemia, con el doctor Javier Zulueta. Y de los nacimientos, con Mary Beth Sheridan de "The Washington Post"Door The Washington Post
Tingirides discusses new recommendations from the Council on Criminal Justice on how to respond to the national rise in violent crime and what is contributing to the spike including in her city.Door The Washington Post
The top Republican on the House Ways and Means Committee discusses why he believes President Biden’s tax plan will slow economic growth and reflects on his decision to not run for reelection after serving 13 terms.Door The Washington Post
Del trasplante hablamos en Buenos Aires con el cirujano Alejandro Bertoloni. De Daniel Quintero Calle y los empresarios, con la columnista de "El Colombiano" Ana Cristina Restrepo. Y de los problemas para Boris Johnson, con Celia Maza de "El Confidencial"Door The Washington Post
Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart speaks to Lindsey Vonn, the most decorated female skier in history, about her new memoir, "Rise: My Story.”Door The Washington Post
Washington Post technology policy reporter Cat Zakrzewski speaks with former congressman Will Hurd and Damian Collins, MP about the outsized impact disinformation campaigns have had around the world and what solutions are necessary to curb a global information disorder.Door The Washington Post
Washington Post media reporter Sarah Ellison speaks with ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee joins Washington Post Live about her new book, “A Little Closer to Home: How I Found the Calm After the Storm,” her ongoing mental health struggles and how to lessen the stigma around seeking treatment.Door The Washington Post
¿Por qué Ortega se posesionó de nuevo como presidente de Nicaragua? Hablamos con Daniel Zovatto, del IDEA. Sobre Djokovic llamamos al periodista Fernando Murciego. Y sobre congresistas esclavistas, a Adrián Blanco de "The Washington Post"Door The Washington Post