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The Washington Ballet's hardest dance moves 2:2
The Washington Ballet's hardest dance moves
Published: 3 year ago
PostTV goes behind the scenes at the Washington Ballet to get six professional dancers to show off the most difficult moves in their repertoire.
Stop and Hear the Music 2:37
Stop and Hear the Music
Published: 10 year ago
Will one of the nation's greatest violinists be noticed in a D.C. Metro stop during rush hour? Joshua Bell experimented for Gene Weingarten's story in The Washington Post: http://wpo.st/-vP (Video by ...
16 must-see GoPro videos 3:35
16 must-see GoPro videos
Published: 3 year ago
The first GoPro came out in 2004. Since then millions of people have used the multipurpose cameras and accessories to film everything from skydiving to water skiing to kitten rescues. Here are 16 incr...
Sen. Al Franken is still seriously funny. 2:31
Sen. Al Franken is still seriously funny.
Published: 4 month ago
Former "Saturday Night Live" star Al Franken (D-Minn.) had a lot to prove when he arrived in the Senate in 2008. Instead of being known solely for his humor, the junior senator has gained a reputation...
Why a coal titan is suing John Oliver for defamation 1:31
Why a coal titan is suing John Oliver for defamation
Published: 3 month ago
In a segment on the decline of the coal industry and President Trump’s promises to bring it back, John Oliver railed against the Murray Energy Corporation and chief executive Robert E. Murray. Read ...
Michelle Obama's speech moves many to tears in Charlotte 3:22
Michelle Obama's speech moves many to tears in Charlotte
Published: 5 year ago
The first lady gives an emotional speech in which she details her early life with Barack Obama, dealing with student loan debt and raising their two girls. Obama addressed the Democratic National Con...
Olympics 2012: Michael Phelps has mastered the psychology of speed 3:23
Olympics 2012: Michael Phelps has mastered the psychology of speed
Published: 5 year ago
In the water, Michael Phelps is a force to be reckoned with. But his dominance in the pool isn't just a physical attribute. Phelps's exacting mental standards and preparation propel him beyond other s...
Mama cat nurses baby squirrel 1:34
Mama cat nurses baby squirrel
Published: 3 year ago
In possibly the cutest thing you'll see all Squirrel Week, a mother cat nurses an orphaned squirrel.
Remembering Chester Bennington of Linkin Park 1:57
Remembering Chester Bennington of Linkin Park
Published: 2 month ago
Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington, 41, was found dead in his southern California home on July 20 after an apparent suicide. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qiJ4dy F...
America's intelligence community, explained 2:12
America's intelligence community, explained
Published: 3 year ago
From the Armed Forces to the NSA to the Treasury Department, PostTV breaks down the 16 different agencies and organizations that collect intelligence for the U.S. government—and the 17th office that...
Olympics 2012: Carmelita Jeter takes technology in stride 3:59
Olympics 2012: Carmelita Jeter takes technology in stride
Published: 5 year ago
A computer-generated stick figure is helping the world's fastest woman run even faster. Biomechanist Ralph Mann's software demonstrates the ideal position for every part of Carmelita Jeter's body duri...
Valedictorian's graduation speech cut off after he criticizes school's administration 1:13
Valedictorian's graduation speech cut off after he criticizes school's administration
Published: 3 month ago
Peter Butera veered off the preapproved speech at his graduation ceremony on June 16, to criticize Pennsylvania’s Wyoming Area School District for its handling of the student government. Read more: ...
How do you pronounce 'water'? 1:48
How do you pronounce 'water'?
Published: 3 year ago
YouTube users across the United States have uploaded dozens of videos to demonstrate their local dialects. PostTV examined people's accents and state-specific answers to a list of questions created by...
On reservations, at-risk Native American youths find few places to turn 5:55
On reservations, at-risk Native American youths find few places to turn
Published: 3 year ago
This video is part of a story that published online November 28, 2014 and in print November 29, 2014: "From broken homes to a broken system" (http://wapo.st/pineridgekids) ​​ On Pine Ridge and Ro...
Why Princess Diana is still the 'people’s princess' 20 years after her death 3:22
Why Princess Diana is still the 'people’s princess' 20 years after her death
Published: 3 week ago
Princess Diana died tragically in a car accident in Paris on Aug. 31, 1997. 20 years after her death, she still remembered by many as a doting mother, fashion icon and humanitarian.
How to play Quidditch in real life 2:11
How to play Quidditch in real life
Published: 3 year ago
Quidditch, the broomstick-riding fictional sport from the "Harry Potter" series, is becoming an increasing popular real life sport. Learn how to play, and why it's catching on, straight from the mouth...
Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do,' annotated 0:3
Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do,' annotated
Published: 3 week ago
The music video for Taylor Swift's new single "Look What You Made Me Do" premiered at the 2017 VMAs. It's a self-deprecating look at how people make fun of her, peppered with many references to her li...
Why does North Korea hate the U.S.? Look to the Korean War. 3:12
Why does North Korea hate the U.S.? Look to the Korean War.
Published: 4 month ago
The North Korean regime hates the United States. Everyday, North Koreans are told that the Americans are ‘imperialists,’ ‘aggressors,’ and ‘hostile.’ North Korean children are taught that ...
Why does Yelp hide reviews? 9:19
Why does Yelp hide reviews?
Published: 4 year ago
A complex and secretive algorithm chooses which reviews to display on Yelp.com. Some small business owners say they feel pressured to advertise with Yelp for favorable filtering.
Two years, two titles and the peak of a 'rivalry' 0:19
Two years, two titles and the peak of a 'rivalry'
Published: 4 year ago
As the Duke Blue Devils and Maryland Terrapins prepare for their last ever, regular season men's basketball game as ACC foes, former players and coaches revisit the two seasons that defined a heated r...