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The Washington Post's David Ignatius and Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) on July 26, 2017.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) on February 10, 2017.
The Washington Post's Frances Stead Sellers and Thomas Mason, Kavita Patel, Robert Pearl and Therese Wolpaw on June 14, 2016.
The Washington Post's Robin Givhan and Diane von Furstenberg on December 15, 2016.
The Washington Post's Karen Tumulty with Corey Lewandowski and Donna Brazile on March 22, 2017.
The Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart and Sir Richard Branson on April 28, 2017.
The Washington Post's Dan Balz and DNC chair Tom Perez on March 28, 2017.
The Washington Post's Mary Jordan and Patrick J. Kennedy on June 21, 2017.
The Washington Post's David Ignatius and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on June 7, 2017.
The Washington Post's Libby Casey with Kathleen Merrigan and Mary Bohman on June 13, 2017.
The Washington Post's Robin Givhan and André Leon Talley on April 5, 2017.
The Washington Post's James Hohmann and Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wisc.) on February 24, 2017.
The Washington Post's Ellen Nakashima and White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Rob Joyce on October 3, 2017.
The Washington Post's David Ignatius with Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) On October 5, 2017.
Pathways to Progress: Combating the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
On Tuesday, December 5, The Washington Post will convene some of the country’s top health officials, practitioners, thought leaders and advocates for a discussion about the fight against HIV/AIDS -- an ongoing crisis in America that has faded from the spotlight, but remains an urgent problem.
The Daily 202 Live
The Daily 202 Live with James Hohmann and Secretary Wilbur Ross
On Sept. 8, The Washington Post’s James Hohmann sat down with U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on NAFTA negotiation process
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on DACA: ‘It is an issue that has to be dealt with’
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross comments on relationship between White House and business leaders
Securing Tomorrow with David Ignatius and Sen. Tom Cotton
On October 5, The Washington Post hosted Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Sen. Tom Cotton: 'Not in our national security interests' to recertify Iran nuclear deal
Sen. Tom Cotton on DACA and his proposed immigration reform legislation
Sen. Tom Cotton talks gun control proposals after Las Vegas shooting
VA Secretary David Shulkin
Veterans in America: A Conversation with VA Secretary David Shulkin
On November 9, The Washington Post hosted U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin for a wide-ranging conversation.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin on his 'candid relationship’ with President Trump
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin on reducing veteran suicides
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin on new law increasing accountability among VA employees
A World in Balance: Solutions for Sustainability
On Thursday November 16, The Washington Post brought together business leaders and experts in the sustainability and conservation community to discuss new approaches for a sustainable future and assess the relationship between humans and the environment.
On Tuesday November 14, The Washington Post brought together city officials, urban strategists, innovators and technologists to discuss and debate the advancements that are shaping the future of cities across the country. They suggested new models for economic development, explored how next-generation technology is changing the public and private sectors, highlighted the latest trends in urban planning and more.
Cybersecurity: Personal Privacy in a Digital World
On Wednesday, November 8, The Washington Post brought together business executives, leading cybersecurity experts, privacy advocates and others to discuss detection and prevention strategies for individuals and corporations. The experts examined the current and future cyber threat landscape and the solutions that could help consumers cope with this urgent problem.
Food for Thought: A Conversation with José Andrés and Alice Waters
On Friday, October 27, José Andrés and Alice Waters, the world-renowned chefs and food activists, sat down for a joint interview at The Washington Post. Waters, the founder of the iconic California restaurant, Chez Panisse, and an early advocate of the organic and farm-to-table food movement, discussed her new memoir, “Coming to My Senses: The Making of a Counterculture Cook.” Andrés, the chef and owner of the 26-restaurant ThinkFoodGroup spoke about his work on food and hunger issues as well as his recent disaster relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
The Health 202 Live
On Wednesday October 25, The Washington Post hosted a conversation about what lies ahead for Americans’ health care coverage. Amid ongoing reform efforts, a new budget proposal on Capitol Hill and just ahead of the 2018 open enrollment period, key members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions and a panel of experts spoke about the latest health-care reform proposals, the future of Medicare and Medicaid and the state of the Affordable Care Act marketplaces.
A New Line with Robin Givhan and Christian Siriano
On Monday, October 23, The Washington Post hosted fashion designer Christian Siriano for a conversation with Post Pulitzer Prize-winning fashion critic Robin Givhan. The two looked back at Siriano’s headline-grabbing runway show at this year’s New York Fashion Week and talked about the design inspiration and driving forces that have shaped his career.
Addiction in America: A Nation Responds
On Wednesday, October 18, The Washington Post brought lawmakers, industry leaders and journalists together to discuss how the nation is responding to America’s opioid epidemic. The program also features an inside look at a joint Washington Post-"60 Minutes" investigation on the drug industry and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
Securing Tomorrow with David Ignatius and Amb. Kay Bailey Hutchison
On Thursday, October 12, The Washington Post hosted Kay Bailey Hutchison, the U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO, for an interview with columnist David Ignatius. Ambassador Hutchison discussed the future of the transatlantic alliance, mounting threats from Russia and North Korea and her top priorities in the areas of military cooperation, intelligence-gathering and combating terrorism.
'Mark Felt' Film Screening: Ann Hornaday talks new movie with director Peter Landesman
On Monday, September 25, Washington Post chief film critic, Ann Hornaday, spoke with director Peter Landesman about the film, "Mark Felt - The Man Who Brought Down the White House,” which profiles Mark Felt -- also known as “Deep Throat"-- the FBI informant who helped Post reporters uncover the Watergate scandal.
On September 20, The Washington Post brought together doctors, researchers, scientists, medical technology pioneers and business leaders who are pushing boundaries in the health sector and transforming the way we live. They discussed advances in genetics, immunology and technology that are poised to transform human health and make treatments more affordable, accessible -- and ultimately -- more effective.
On September 18, The Washington Post brought together scientists, doctors, health-care innovators, patients and policymakers for Chasing Cancer, a two-hour summit where experts discussed the latest advances in cancer detection and treatment and how the U.S. health-care system is being shaped by a disease that touches the lives of millions.
The Daily 202 Live with Karen Tumulty and John Podesta
On May 23, The Washington Post’s Karen Tumulty hosted The Daily 202 Live with former Hillary Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta. They discussed President Trump’s first months in office, including the latest developments with the FBI, the reported sharing of sensitive intelligence and allegations of Russian interference in American politics.
Addiction in America
On June 21 at The Washington Post, policymakers, researchers and health care experts examined the roots of the country’s opioid crisis and discussed solutions for combating addiction in America. They discussed the role of doctors in managing patients’ pain and helping to fight the epidemic and described what’s being done to reduce the abuse of opioids as recreational drugs.
Free to State: A New Era for the First Amendment
On June 20, The Washington Post brought together journalists, scholars, business leaders and advocates to explore how the interpretation of our First Amendment rights have evolved in principle and practice, and what it means for a modern democracy.
On June 13, The Washington Post brought entrepreneurs, food industry executives, scientists and farmers together to discuss how technology and science are changing our modern food systems. They discussed the business practices that are driving consumer demand, the innovations and new ideas that are shaping the future of what – and how – we eat and consider the policies that will regulate an increasingly complex global food market.
Securing Tomorrow with David Ignatius and Rep. Adam Schiff
On June 7, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) spoke one-on-one with columnist David Ignatius at The Washington Post. Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, discussed the committee’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and potential ties to the Trump White House, ahead of fired FBI Director James Comey's testimony on Capitol Hill.
The Daily 202 Live with James Hohmann and Sen. Ben Sasse
On May 17, The Daily 202’s James Hohmann sat down with Republican Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska, who chairs the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Oversight. The two discussed recent actions by the Trump White House, the policy landscape facing Senate Republicans and the senator’s new book, “The Vanishing American Adult,” on the week of its release.
A New Line with Robin Givhan and André Leon Talley
On April 5 Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan interviewed Vogue contributing editor André Leon Talley about his life and career at the intersection of fashion, politics, business and culture.
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