• The impeachment inquiry finally goes public

    The public stage of the congressional impeachment inquiry begins Wednesday. On "Post Reports," senior congressional correspondent Paul Kane says Democrats hope to deliver a dramatic rendering of their case against President Trump.

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    About the show

    Follow The Washington Post’s coverage of the ongoing impeachment inquiry with this collection of episodes from across The Post’s audio programming, including "Post Reports," "Can He Do That?" and "The Daily 202's Big Idea."

    • Post Reports: The premier daily news podcast from The Washington Post, featuring unparalleled reporting, expert insight and clear analysis every weekday afternoon.
    • Can He Do That?: The Washington Post’s politics podcast, exploring the powers and limitations of the American presidency, and what happens when they're tested. 
    • The Daily 202's Big Idea: A morning briefing of the biggest political stories of the day and top headlines you should know. Available every weekday.

  • A key question in the impeachment hearings is what exactly Trump himself ordered

    From "The Daily 202" podcast: In the nearly 3,000 pages of interview transcripts from the House impeachment inquiry released last week, Trump often seems like a supporting character in someone else’s drama.

  • What to expect when public hearings begin

    Public hearings mark the beginning of the next phase in the impeachment inquiry, but what exactly does this next phase look like? How long will it last? And when might the inquiry wrap up? On “Can He Do That?” reporter Mike DeBonis has answers.

  • House Republicans looking at three possible fall guys to pin Ukraine blame and save Trump

    From "The Daily 202" podcast: the House GOP's emerging plan to save Trump is to turn the blame on three of his deputies: E.U. Ambassador Gordon Sondland, personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and, possibly, acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney.

  • Barr declined to hold a news conference clearing Trump of wrongdoing on Ukraine

    From "The Daily 202" podcast: President Trump wanted Bill Barr to hold a news conference declaring that the commander in chief had broken no laws during a phone call in which he pressed his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate a political rival.