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Each week, the country's top reporters join moderator Gwen Ifill for an in-depth discussion of the week's top news from Washington and around the world. The longest-running news and public affairs program on PBS, "Washington Week" features journalists -- not pundits -- lending insight and perspective to the week's important news stories.
||CleanAre superdelegates really super?||Democratic presidential runner-up Bernie Sanders has made reforming the Party's nominating system and the use of superdelegates a cornerstone of his campaign. But do you know how the Democratic superdelegate process works? We asked people in Philadelphia to weigh in on superdelegates. Do you think Democrats should get rid of superdelegates? Share your answer on Twitter #16for2016.||25 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPop Quiz in Philadelphia: Democratic Convention Edition||As the Democratic National Convention heads to Philadelphia, how closely are the city's residents paying attention to the 2016 election and how much do they they know about the history of the DNC? We were on the ground with a Washington Week pop quiz.||25 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanAdvice for DNC Delegates from Philadelphians||Are you in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention? We asked locals for advice about where you should go during your free time. And, yes, cheesesteaks make the list.||25 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanWashington Week Extra: Philadelphia Edition||Attention shifts from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland to Philadelphia, where Democrats will meet to officially nominate Hillary Clinton as their presidential candidate next week. Washington Week is on the ground in the city of brotherly love to hear what voters in the battleground state of Pennsylvania care about in the 2016 election.||22 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanWashington Week in Philadelphia: Trump accepts Republican nomination||The Republican National Convention ended with Donald Trump accepting the Republican Party's nomination for president, but was Trump able to successfully reframe his message to broaden his appeal before the general election? Meanwhile, the Democrats are preparing for their nominating convention in Philadelphia, and nominee-to-be Hillary Clinton is makes her choice for vice president.||22 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPop Quiz in Cleveland: Republican Convention Edition||As the Republican National Convention heads to Cleveland, how closely are the city's residents paying attention to the 2016 election? We were on the ground with a Washington Week pop quiz.||19 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanElection 2016 in One Word||Mess. Frightening. Worrisome. Unique. How would you describe the 2016 presidential election in just one word? We asked people in Cleveland, Ohio, the site of this week's Republican National Convention. What would you say? Share your answer on Twitter #16for2016.||19 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanAdvice for RNC Delegates from Clevelanders||Are you in Cleveland for the Republican National Convention? We asked locals for advice about where you should go during your free time.||19 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanWashington Week Extra: Cleveland Edition - What voters in Ohio care about||Days before the Republican National Convention begins in Cleveland, Washington Week is on the ground to hear what voters in the battleground state of Ohio care about in the 2016 election. From third-party candidates to drug addition to media accountability, voters in the Buckeye State turn the table on our Washington Week regulars.||15 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanWashington Week in Cleveland: Trump picks Pence as VP before RNC||The 2016 campaign has once again shifted to threat of terrorism and how the candidates would respond to a major attack. Just days before the Republican National Convention meets in Cleveland to officially nominate Donald Trump as the GOP nominee, Trump announced Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate.||15 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanHow Supreme Court justices spend their summer break||The Supreme Court justices wrapped up the last term at the end of June and won't meet again until late August or September to discuss the cases for the next term. So what do the eight members of the nation's highest court do with their summer break? As CNN's Joan Biskupic explains, many of the justices will be traveling overseas.||13 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|