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MON. SEPT. 13 AT 11:00AM

“THE AUTHORITY OF THE COURT AND THE PERIL OF POLITICS” Justice Stephen G. Breyer, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States and Author of “The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics”

Breyer advocates for a better understand­ing of the role of the judiciary in government in his new book.

MON. SEPT. 13 AT 2:30PM THE EARLY 202

Rep. Peter Meijer (R- Mich.)

Meijer talks about his unsanction­ed trip to Afghanista­n and his criticism of what he calls America’s “botched withdrawal.”

TUES. SEPT. 14 AT 12:30PM SECURING CYBERSPACE

Rep. John Katko (R- N.Y.), Ranking Member, House Homeland Security Committee Jeanette Manfra, Director of Risk & Compliance, Google Cloud and Former Assistant Secretary for Cybersecur­ity and Communicat­ions, DHS

A key member of Congress and a top tech industry executive examine the growing need for heightened cybersecur­ity across industries—from endpoint security to comprehens­ive network security architectu­re—to thwart future cyberattac­ks.

TUES. SEPT. 14 AT 2:00PM “WHERE TOMORROWS AREN’T PROMISED”

Carmelo Anthony, NBA All-star & Author, “Where Tomorrows Aren’t Promised”

The 10-time NBA All- Star and three-time Olympic gold medalist discusses stories from his new book on how he overcame the odds of poverty, racism, violence, mental illness and a broken education system to become one of the world’s most successful athletes.

WED. SEPT. 15 AT 3:00PM GEORGE F. WILL: AMERICAN CONSERVATI­VE

George Will, Opinions Columnist, The Washington Post

Bill Kristol, Founding Director, Defending Democracy Together & Editor-at- Large, The Bulwark, Ruth Marcus, Deputy Editorial Page Editor, The Washington Post, Eugene Robinson, Opinions Columnist, The Washington Post

Post columnists, editors and broadcast legends honor George F. Will’s contributi­ons to journalism and the world of ideas and the release of his new book, “American Happiness and Discontent­s: The Unruly Torrent, 2008-2020.”

FRI. SEPT. 17 AT 9:00AM FIRST LOOK

The Post’s Jonathan Capehart, Charles Lane & Eugene Robinson

A smart, inside take on the day’s politics – a reporter debrief followed by a roundtable discussion with Post opinions columnists.

FRI. SEPT. 17 AT 11:00AM NATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL

Michael J. Fox, Actor, Philanthro­pist and Author, “No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality” Joy Harjo, U.S. Poet Laureate and Author, “Poet Warrior”

Fox and Harjo each discuss their recent memoirs as part of a partnershi­p with the Library of Congress National Book Festival.

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