• Will we ever see Trump’s taxes?

    The Supreme Court has ruled that a New York prosecutor can subpoena Trump’s tax records. Plus, how a nursing home administered a cocktail of unapproved drugs to its residents. And a music critic ventures out to hear live music.

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    Post Reports is the daily podcast from The Washington Post. Unparalleled reporting. Expert insight. Clear analysis. Everything you’ve come to expect from the newsroom of The Post. For your ears. Martine Powers is your host, asking the questions you didn’t know you wanted answered. Published weekdays by 5 p.m. Eastern time.
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    Host: Martine Powers | Executive Producer: Madhulika Sikka | Senior Producer: Maggie Penman | Producers: Alexis Diao, Ted Muldoon, Reena Flores, Jordan-Marie Smith, Linah Mohammad, Rennie Svirnovskiy | Logo design: Mora Vieytes for The Washington Post | Theme music: Ted Muldoon
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  • Black women to Biden: You owe us

    What black women want from the Democratic Party. The relevance of political conventions during a pandemic. And, what it’s like to get divorced via videoconference.

  • Teaching the human body to fight covid-19

    In the race for a coronavirus vaccine, scientists are turning to RNA testing. How the Small Business Administration funneled money to major chains. And, why historically black colleges and universities face unique challenges during the pandemic.

  • Will there be another stimulus bill?

    As coronavirus case numbers rise and the economic crisis continues, will Congress offer more relief? The awkward struggle for Republican lawmakers who support mandating masks, contradicting President Trump. And elevator etiquette during a pandemic.

  • “The Cursed Platoon,” Part 2

    Clint Lorance had been in charge of his Army platoon for three days when he ordered them to kill three Afghans on a dirt road. After a second-degree murder conviction, Lorance was pardoned by Trump, hailed as a hero. His troops suffered a different fate.