Reporters Who Broke Story on Conditions at Walter Reed After a series of articles in The Washington Post, Walter Reed Army Medical Center has been exposed as a facility that left veterans of war stranded in dilapidated housing and bureaucratic red tape. The two Washington Post reporters who broke the story discuss the latest developments.
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Reporters Who Broke Story on Conditions at Walter Reed

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Reporters Who Broke Story on Conditions at Walter Reed

Reporters Who Broke Story on Conditions at Walter Reed

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After a series of articles in The Washington Post, Walter Reed Army Medical Center has been exposed as a facility that left veterans of war stranded in dilapidated housing and bureaucratic red tape. The two Washington Post reporters who broke the story discuss the latest developments.

Guests:

Anne Hull, Washington Post national enterprise reporter

Dana Priest, Washington Post national security reporter