Napolitano 'skeptical' of university rating systems
Janet Napolitano, former secretary of homeland security and current president of the University of California system, sits down with The Washington Post's Nick Anderson to discuss her transition out of the Obama administration.
Clinton: Mandela is man of courage, contradictions
Hillary Clinton is this year's recipient of the Lantos Human Rights Award. In ceremonies inside the U.S. Capitol, the former Secretary of State spoke about Nelson Mandela, his courage and his contradictions.
Can the GOP win over black voters? Probably not.
Republicans have opened a new African American Engagement Office in Detroit. Chris Cillizza doesn’t think their push to woo black voters has a chance. We asked GOP pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson to prove him wrong.
U.S. politicians remember Mandela
Former U.S. secretaries of state Madeleine Albright and Hillary Clinton, President Obama and Vice President Biden warmly remembered Nelson Mandela in the day after his death.
A young girl meets Mandela
South African social entrepreneur Magogodi Makhene tells Ed O'Keefe about the time she met Nelson Mandela, and the impact that meeting had on her life.
Mandela's checkered record on HIV
As the world remembers Nelson Mandela, the Post's Craig Timberg discusses the former South African president's hesitation to acknowledge the HIV epidemic spreading across Africa, which cost Mandela both politically and personally.
Celebration and mourning in South Africa
The Post's Africa bureau chief Sudarsan Raghavan talks with Ed O'Keefe from South Africa, where a nation and a continent mourn legendary statesman and civil rights icon Nelson Mandela.
Nelson Mandela remembered
The Post's Steven Mufson, Craig Timberg and Sudarsan Raghavan reflect on their time spent covering South Africa and take a look back at the evolution of Nelson Mandela from a prisoner to a revered political figure.