The Washington Post’s Paige Winfield Cunningham speaks one-on-one with Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar about reducing health-care costs, Medicare payment reform, lowering prescription drug prices and expanding access to lower-cost insurance.
Former U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. David A. Kessler and former New York University Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health Dr. Marion Nestle look at the role chronic disease plays in driving up health-care spending.
The co-founder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles Melina Abdullah, comedian and documentarian Hari Kondabolu and podcast host Dylan Marron, discuss whether promoting equality and inclusion is at loggerheads with free speech.
Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Michael O’Rielly, Sen. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.), President and CEO of USTelecom Jonathan Spalter and Information Technology and Innovation Foundation President Robert Atkinson debate net neutrality rules.
Christopher Wylie, the former Cambridge Analytica research director turned whistleblower, discusses the potential uses of big data to influence behavior and assesses how online communities are facilitating free expression and thought in the digital age.
Acting Associate U.S. Attorney General Jesse Panuccio, American Civil Liberties Union President Susan N. Herman and PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel look at how key players in the free speech debate are shaping First Amendment law across the country.
On Thursday, June 14, President Trump’s former National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn sat down for a wide-ranging interview with Washington Post White House economic policy reporter Damian Paletta.
Mary Giliberti, CEO of National Alliance on Mental Illness, and Dr. Joshua A. Gordon, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, discuss some of the country’s most urgent mental health problems.
On Tuesday, June 12, The Washington Post hosted a discussion about the movie, “Blindspotting,” with stars of the film, Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal. “Blindspotting” opened the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) and Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) discuss how leaders on Capitol Hill are working with the business community to address potential regulatory issues associated with the development of artificial intelligence technology.