Julia Agos, All Things Considered Host/Reporter

Julia Agos is a reporter and the host of All Things Considered for WITF. Previously, she was a political reporter for WFUV News in New York, where she covered New York City and state politics and hosted the Prickly Politics Podcast. Julia grew up in Sacramento, California and graduated from Fordham University.

Latest by Julia Agos

Trump vows to veto defense bill if it removes confederate names from military bases

The Senate is debating the National Defense Authorization Act, which already includes the provision backed by most members of the Senate panel.
By Julia Agos

Court sides with student in landmark off campus free speech ruling

The ACLU considers it the most expansive ruling on students’ off-campus speech rights.
By Julia Agos

Jill Biden launches campaign to increase female voter turnout in Pennsylvania

“The American dream means nothing if it's not for all Americans. Joe believes that."
By Julia Agos

Districts face accusations of racist posts by an educator and a board member

A Conrad Weiser School board member in Berks County was asked to resign, and a Northeastern elementary principal in York County could lose his job.

By Julia Agos

Carlisle community set to honor those buried at the Lincoln Cemetery

The cemetery was originally founded as a burial place for African Americans in the 19th century. While it was in use from 1805 to 1905, at least 676 people were buried there. Now, it is part of Memorial Park in downtown Carlisle.

By Julia Agos

African-American community leaders in Central Pa. respond to protests against police violence

“Everyone is in the moment – that’s how it’s different.”
By Julia Agos

Cumberland County voters must drop mail-in or absentee ballots at Bureau of Elections Office

The secured ballot box will be available on Monday, from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and Tuesday, 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.

By Julia Agos

Election 2020: Candidates adjust to virtual campaigning during the COVID-19 pandemic

Social distancing and running for office are two practices that would not normally fit together. But after COVID-19 hit, political campaigns have been forced, like everyone else, to work from home.

By Julia Agos

Newcomers vie for Democratic nomination in one midstate congressional primary

Election 2020: Progressives battle in the 11th Congressional District.
By Julia Agos