TAMARA KEITH, BYLINE: Hey, this is Tamara Keith. I cover the White House. MILES PARKS, BYLINE: This is Miles Parks. I cover voting. ELENA MOORE, BYLINE: And this is Elena Moore. I’m a producer on the podcast. KEITH: And we just ran 3 miles in the Capitol Challenge Race. It’s a running race. PARKS: There were members of Congress here. There were members of the judicial branch here. There were members of the media here. And most of them ran faster than me. KEITH: And me. MOORE: And me. But we survived. And now we’re going back to our day jobs. And this podcast was recorded at… AYESHA RASCOE, HOST: It is 1:29 p.m. on Thursday, September 30, 2021. KEITH: Things may have changed by the time you hear this. All right. PARKS: Here’s the show. (Singing) Do-do, do-do, do-do. (SOUNDBITE OF THE BIGTOP ORCHESTRA’S “TEETER BOARD: FOLIES BERGERE (MARCH AND TWO-STEP)”) RASCOE: I recognize those voices. CARRIE JOHNSON, BYLINE: I’m impressed – 3 miles is far. RASCOE: It is very far. I don’t run anywhere. NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: Me, neither. (LAUGHTER) TOTENBERG: Except to get a story. JOHNSON: (Laughter). RASCOE: Yes. And when I’ve done that, I end up very winded. So congrats to our colleagues. Hey there. It’s the NPR POLITICS PODCAST. I’m Ayesha Rascoe. I cover the White House. JOHNSON: I’m Carrie Johnson, national justice correspondent. TOTENBERG: And I’m Nina Totenberg. I cover the Supreme Court. RASCOE: The Supreme Court term begins next week, so let’s […]

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