Veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan may have been subjected to a variety of toxic exposures during their service. What is being done, and what more needs to be done, will be addressed by two experts in this nascent field.
Senator Martha McSally had an impressive military career. She also revealed in powerful Senate testimony that during her years in the military, she was raped by a superior officer. Now, she wants to do something to help prevent such abuse.
Washington Post Beijing Bureau Chief Anna Fifield speaks with Washington Post columnist David Ignatius about her new book "The Great Successor: The Divinely Perfect Destiny of Brilliant Comrade Kim Jong Un."
One of the world’s foremost experts on HIV/AIDS will also talk about the social innovation that has helped to contain the disease globally and the Trump Administration’s goal of eradicating HIV transmission by 2030.
A spotlight on how 3-D imaging and augmented reality technology were used to perform a groundbreaking total face transplant in 2018. We’ll hear from the lead surgeon and other tech experts about how this new technology could revolutionize medicine.
With the measles outbreak top of mind for public health officials in the U.S., we gather key thought leaders in health and medicine to brainstorm innovative solutions to curb what has been declared a measles emergency.
We’ll look at the barriers to healthy eating faced by many lower wage Americans and examine how access to healthy food options and economics are contributing to obesity, malnutrition, and the chronic disease epidemic in the U.S.
We’ll examine factors such as poverty, homelessness, housing, education, access to fresh produce and other environmental determinants and weigh the cost of investing in preventative medicine versus managing disease treatment later in life.
On May 23, Washington Post Live sat down one-on-one with Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Mayor Buttigieg discussed the issues that are driving his campaign and how he hopes to set himself apart from a crowded field.
Washington Post investigative reporters detail the findings of their series The Fentanyl Failure, examining America’s deadly opioid crisis and the U.S. government’s failure to take adequate measures to curb the epidemic.
Two prominent lawmakers and mental health advocate Glenn Close examine the state of mental health and opioid addiction crisis in the United States and discuss legislation aimed at tackling these issues.
Washington Post Live hosted Speaker Nancy Pelosi on May 8 for a conversation about her legislative priorities for the 116th Congress are, the 2020 election and where she might find common ground with President Trump
He’s the top Republican in the House of Representatives. President Trump has referred to him as “my Kevin." On May 2, The Washington Post Live hosted Republican House Leader Kevin McCarthy for a wide-ranging discussion on immigration, the fallout from the
A panel of reporters on the Mueller beat provide a roadmap on how Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election began, how the President and his top advisors responded and the ongoing legal and political implications that have gripped Washington.
The President’s supporters say the Mueller report completely exonerates Mr. Trump, but does it? Rep. Mark Meadows, one of the President’s top lieutenants from Capitol Hill, explains the GOP strategy to handle future implications of the Mueller report.