Before joining the Washington Post, Anthony did time as a radio man on Capitol Hill as an off-air reporter and audio producer for the Laslo Congressional Bureau for National Public Radio. He’s covered politics for a variety of local NPR-members stations. He got a taste of major political events like the State of the Union and election night for the 2014 midterms. He also spent some time chasing the congressional effort to ban online gambling. Before that, he did a brief stint as a freelance writer. He’s married with two kids. And when he’s not working, he’s working.