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Inside the Saudis' Washington Influence Machine
Tue, October, 23, 2018
Beth Reinhard from The Washington Post dives into the ways Saudi Arabia has gained power to shape policy and perception in Washington.
Victories for Democrats?
Fri, September, 8, 2017
Victories for Democrats? They have a seat at the negotiating table, but the Washington Post's Paul Kane says they must prove they can land those wins.
Some reasons you could end up with a surprise tax bill this year.
Tue, April, 11, 2017
It's tax season. If you're not careful, you could wind up with a tax bill you weren't expecting. Jonnelle Marte from the Washington Post will give you some reasons why this might be the case.
Why Leslie Jones wanted the world to see the hateful tweets she receives
Thu, July, 21, 2016
Caitlin Gibson, feature writer for The Washington Post discusses the hateful tweets that Leslie Jones received and why she revealed them to the world.
Why Sen. Mitch McConnell won't budge on the Supreme Court nomination
Fri, March, 18, 2016
The Washington Post's Paul Kane talks about Mitch McConnell refusing to budge on the Supreme Court nomination.
Can FIFA's Sepp Blatter survive this scandal?
Thu, May, 28, 2015
Can FIFA's Sepp Blatter survive this scandal? Cindy Boren from the Washington Post has the story.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders to Run for President
Thu, April, 30, 2015
A challenger to Hillary Clinton has emerged. Rebecca Sinderbrand from the Washington Post has the story.
Iran Talks: Obama's Risk
Thu, April, 2, 2015
The Washington Post's Greg Jaffe explains why President Obama chose the Iran talks to take one of the biggest risks of his presidency.
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