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Please, Go On: VP Kamala Harris on women in the workplace
In the inaugural edition of "Please, Go On," Post columnist James Hohmann speaks with Vice President Harris about the exodus of women from the workforce during the pandemic.
Introducing ‘Please, Go On’
Washington Post columnist James Hohmann sits down with the author of a compelling op-ed from The Post’s Opinions section. “Please, Go On” features marquee names and everyday people with original perspectives. New episodes Fridays. Launching June 11.
Infrastructure plan calls for $80 billion for rail. It could transform passenger service.
Plus, coronavirus vaccines are finally reaching poor countries, but some can’t cover the cost of administering them, and Women’s sports can do at least one thing men’s can’t, experts say: get bigger.
Gaetz investigation complicated by overture to his father about ex-FBI agent who went missing
Plus, Georgia sports teams and major companies such as Coca-Cola and Delta Air Lines condemn new state voting law, and the EPA dismisses dozens of key science advisers picked under Trump.
Biden’s infrastructure and climate plan emerges as congressional wrangling begins
Plus, ‘I stay up nights apologizing to George Floyd,’ says teen who documented his death for the world, and Gretchen Whitmer asks White House to surge vaccines to virus hot spots as cases climb.
Emotional first day of testimony at Derek Chauvin murder trial
Plus, the White House dramatically increased tax proposal as it sought to address tensions over next big spending plan, and the CDC confirms Pfizer, Moderna vaccines are 90% effective after two doses in study of real-life conditions.