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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.
||CleanCampaign 2016's biggest spender, previewing the Democratic National Convention &||Who has spent the most money in the 2016 election? A large number of small donations have helped to push this candidate forward, explains CNN's Jeff Zeleny. Is Hillary Clinton a better officer-holder or candidate? Indira Lakshmanan wrote about covering Clinton as candidate vs. at the State Department.||29/4/2016||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanElection 2016: Clinton solidifies frontrunner status; Trump talks foreign policy||Donald Trump continued his historic run for the Republican presidential nomiantion by sweeping all five states in Tuesday's Northeastern primaries. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton continues to widen her delegate lead over Bernie Sanders. Now, the race shifts to Indiana, where the race has moved to a new frontier.||29/4/2016||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanRNC meets in Florida, the Sanders movement and remembering Prince||On the Webcast, Dan Balz returns from the RNC meeting in Florida to report on Republican preparations for an open convention in July. Plus, Doyle McManus answers the question "What's next for Bernie Sanders and his movement?" as he continues to fight for the Democratic nomination. Carol Lee reports on 28 redacted pages of a September 11 report.||22/4/2016||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanTrump changes tone of campaign, Clinton fights off a resilient Sanders||Fresh off his win in New York, Republican front-runner Donald Trump insists he can be "presidential" and is confident he will have the 1,237 delegates needed to avoid a contested convention in July. Meanwhile, the RNC is preparing for all scenarios. In the Democratic race, Bernie Sanders continues his insurgent campaign against Hillary Clinton who holds a considerable lead in the delegate count.||22/4/2016||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanStates selecting RNC delegates, GOP meets in Florida, Obama's election-year agen||On the Webcast Extra, The Washington Post's Ed O'Keefe reports on meetings happening across state parties to pick delegates to attend the Republican National Convention. While Donald Trump has won some state popular votes, Ted Cruz is setting himself up for second ballot success with many Cruz supporters in Trump uniforms.||15/4/2016||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanNew York state of mind: Clinton, Sanders debate in Brooklyn; Trump says GOP nomi||With days until the New York presidential primary, the 2016 race has descended on the Empire State. Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, who both have New York roots, faced off in their most contentious debate -- arguing about gun control, the minimum wage and Wall Street.||15/4/2016||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanSanders takes on Clinton in New York, Trump & Cruz gear up delegate operations,||As the 2016 race shifts to New York, Democrats Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have their most contentious week yet as the two debate who is more "qualified" to be president. On the Republican side, Donald Trump is hoping to rebound after a double-digit loss to Ted Cruz in Wisconsin. The Republican frontrunner is shaking up his campaign.||8/4/2016||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanLGBT rights in the states, Bill Clinton faces Black Lives Matter hecklers, Sande||North Carolina and Mississippi are the latest states to adopt controversial LGBT laws, leading to backlash from the business community. The Washington Post's Karen Tumulty explains the legislation and its impact on the presidential campaign. Bill Clinton, campaigning for his wife in New York, faced Black Lives Matters protesters upset with a crime bill passed during his presidency.||8/4/2016||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
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Excellent Broadcast Journalism
I discovered this show a few months back and have never missed it since. What a novel concept - a news program where intellegent, informed guests interact and discuss top news topics in an informative, RESPECTFUL way. No yelling, no hype, no fabricated confrontations and Hardball-esque showting matches. Thank God for PBS!
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The show itself is priceless. So much so that the spotty posting of the podcasts is very frustrating. For example, today is Sunday and last Friday's show is still not posted. This happens too often.
Truly excellent reporting
How nice is it to see a group of intelligent people having an intelligent discussion about pertinent issues? And to do it with unbiased, unpartisan respect for one another? Moderated by the considerate Gwen Ifill, Washington Week is possibly the best news show out there. I think it's great that it's finally in a podcast form so that those of us who want to can listen to it on the go. Thank you, iTunes!
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