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An unusual warrant. A pattern of questionable no-knock raids. A reporting thread that just kept going. “Broken Doors” is a new investigative podcast series from The Washington Post. Hosted by Jenn Abelson and Nicole Dungca.Read more:No-knock warrants allow police to force their way into people’s homes without warning. What happens when this aggressive police tactic becomes the rule, rather than the exception? “Broken Doors” is a new investigative podcast series about how no-knock warrants are deployed in the American justice system — and the consequences for communities when accountability is flawed at every level. Hosted by Jenn Abelson and Nicole Dungca.In the first episode of this series, sheriff’s deputies burst through the front door of a man’s home as he slept. He said they pointed a gun at his head and ransacked his home in search of drugs and cash. The no-knock search warrant they used was threadbare. But that wasn’t the worst of it.The six-episode series is out now wherever you get your podcasts. You can email the “Broken Doors” team with any tips or feedback at BrokenDoors@washpost.com
In a conversation recorded May 12 for Washington Post Live, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) discusses abortion and the leaked Supreme Court draft.
 In this Washington Post Live conversation from May 4, author Danyel Smith explains why she wanted to give Black women their due in “Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop.”
In this conversation recorded on April 29 for Washington Post Live, author Kostya Kennedy discusses his new book “True: The Four Seasons of Jackie Robinson.”
In this conversation recorded on April 18 for Washington Post Live, singer, actor and activist Janelle Monáe discusses her latest album, and her debut book, “The Memory Librarian: And Other Stories of Dirty Computer.”
James Madison was the fourth president of the United States, and his Montpelier estate was maintained by about 300 enslaved people over more than 140 years. In this conversation recorded on April 14 for Washington Post Live, James French, chair of the Montpelier Descendants Committee, joins Jonathan Capehart to discuss.
In this conversation recorded on April 6 for Washington Post Live, Tony Award winning playwright and actor Harvey Fierstein discusses his memoir “I Was Better Last Night” and his advice to LGBT kids growing up in America today.
In this conversation recorded on March 30 for Washington Post Live, New York University Professor of Law Melissa Murray discusses the significance of the confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, as well as the news swirling around Ginni Thomas and her quest to overturn the 2020 election.
In this conversation recorded on March 23 for Washington Post Live, director Mariama Diallo and actor Zoe Renee discuss the psychological horror thriller “Master.”
Journalist Wil Haygood joins Jonathan Capehart to discuss his new book, “Colorization: One Hundred Years of Black Films in a White World.” This conversation was recorded on March 16 for Washington Post Live.
In this conversation recorded on March 10 for Washington Post Live, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen discusses the effects of sanctions on Russia's economy, record-high inflation and gas prices affecting American consumers.
First elected to Congress in 2016, Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-Fla.) speaks to Jonathan Capehart about U.S. involvement in the defense of Ukraine, the investigation into Jan. 6 and what's next in her career. This conversation was recorded on March 2 for Washington Post Live.
As Black History Month comes to a close, Rep. Joyce Beatty of Ohio, who serves as chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus, discusses her heroes, and the racism she and other Black women on Capitol Hill face. This conversation was recorded on Feb. 16 for "Washington Post Live."
Next month, Janai S. Nelson, who currently serves as the associate director counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, will succeed Sherrilyn Ifill as president of the legendary civil rights organization. This conversation was recorded Feb. 18 for Washington Post Live.
In a conversation recorded Feb. 9 for Washington Post Live, the former senator and "Saturday Night Live" star discusses the possibility of running for elected office again and whether he'd take over "SNL" if Lorne Michaels retires.
The most decorated female ski racer in history, Lindsey Vonn writes about her Olympic victories, as well as her battle with depression, in "Rise: My Story." This conversation was recorded for Washington Post Live on Jan. 11.
In “How Civil Wars Start: And How to Stop Them,” Barbara F. Walter argues that the United States has not been a traditional democracy for a few years, and worse, that we are following a well-worn path to civil war. This conversation was recorded for Washington Post Live on Jan. 26.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, joins Jonathan Capehart for a discussion about forestalling conflicts abroad, particularly as Russia amasses troops on the Ukrainian border. (This conversation was recorded for Washington Post Live on Jan. 18, 2022.)
In this conversation recorded on Jan. 13 for Washington Post Live, the Rev. Al Sharpton talks about the battle over voting rights and his new book, "Righteous Troublemakers: Untold Stories of the Social Justice Movement in America."
In his moving new book, Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) recalls the death of his son, Tommy, in the days before the Jan. 6 insurrection and how he and his family endured a year of unthinkable loss. This conversation first aired on Washington Post Live on Jan. 5.
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Jr. Kruger

Thank You for interviewing Professor Melissa Murray about the Supreme Court.

Apr 10th
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Richard Thornton

This episode was excellent. I’m in awe.

Aug 17th
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Richard Thornton

https://castbox.fm/vd/383408273 great interview!! Loved it! A question I’ve always pondered is what was Lee thinking about on 7/7/1865?? He reads about 4 relatively innocent people especially Lewis Powell die on the gallows, but Mr Lee the traitor gets to live out his life as a University president? What a fucking historical injustice.

Jun 4th
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Richard Thornton

Very good interview

Mar 6th
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Cleveland Pitts

powerful episode

Dec 6th
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S Sanders

Mr. Capehart, please post this on Twitter if you haven't done so already. Great & informative interview

Oct 31st
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