Audio Producer Education: Florida State University, BA Alexis Diao is a producer for The Post's daily news podcast, Post Reports. Prior to The Washington Post, she worked as a breaking news editor and producer for NPR. She has also worked for American Public Media's Marketplace and C-SPAN Radio. She got her start in high school as a music DJ for her community radio station, WVFS Tallahassee.
Temperatures are dropping, and that could mean a spike in coronavirus cases. How a Supreme Court vacancy — or replacement — could have an impact on the presidential election. And, pandemic-inspired music you can dance to.
More than 200 meatpacking workers have died of covid-19 in the United States. Critics say federal regulators have endangered employees by failing to respond appropriately. How the pandemic is transforming family doctors. And the Big Ten does a 180.
Oregon residents struggle to find shelter away from wildfires and dense smoke. Why a Black autistic man is serving 10 years in prison for a car crash. And U.S. Open winner Naomi Osaka sends a strong message with her masks.
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