Sally Jenkins

Sports writer and columnist for the Washington Post

Sports writer and columnist for the Washington Post

Sally Jenkins on KCRW

The 2021 Olympics are less than two weeks away, and Tokyo is entering another state of emergency prompted by a resurgence of COVID-19 in the region.

As COVID rises in Japan, Olympic athletes must sign waivers promising not to sue if they get sick

The 2021 Olympics are less than two weeks away, and Tokyo is entering another state of emergency prompted by a resurgence of COVID-19 in the region.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The 2021 Olympics in Tokyo are slated to start at the end of July. But last week, Japan declared a coronavirus-related state of emergency.

Olympics will go on, despite rising COVID cases in Japan. How will athletes stay safe?

The 2021 Olympics in Tokyo are slated to start at the end of July. But last week, Japan declared a coronavirus-related state of emergency.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

President Trump tells the world America is open for business while dealing with a big story at home.

The Dealmaker At Davos

President Trump tells the world America is open for business while dealing with a big story at home.

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