Today's Shows
Tuesday, Apr 21 12 p.m. (ET)

Rage Tweeting, Trolling And Online Anger

Tech Tuesday explores what contributes to the waves of anger that dominate so much of our social media - and how the ways we engage each other online differ from how interact face-to-face.

Appalachian Laboratory director Eric Davidson

Appalachian Laboratory director Eric Davidson

Tuesday, Apr 21 1 p.m. (ET)

Appalachian Laboratory Director

The Appalachian Lab at the University of Maryland's Center for Environmental Science may not be well known, but the lab has an important role evaluating the health of the state's air, water and soil. We speak with the lab's new director.

The cover of "American Warlord: A True Story" by Johnny Dwyer

The cover of "American Warlord: A True Story" by Johnny Dwyer

Tuesday, Apr 21 1:32 p.m. (ET)

Chucky Taylor the “American Warlord”

Kojo explores the life and crimes of Chucky Taylor, the son of infamous Liberian warlord Charles Taylor, and finds out how this seemingly average American kid became one of the most feared warlords in Liberia.

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Artisphere in Rosslyn, VA.

Artisphere in Rosslyn, VA.

Monday, Apr 20 12 p.m. (ET)

Artisphere On the Line

Artisphere opened in 2010, bringing art, theater and music to Rosslyn, a downtown better known for corporate architecture. But now county leaders say the complex is costing too much and doesnt draw enough visitors; they're likely to vote Tuesday to close the complex.

Hillary Clinton speaks at the East-West Center's Hawaii Imin Conference Center in 2010.

Hillary Clinton speaks at the East-West Center's Hawaii Imin Conference Center in 2010.

Thursday, Apr 16 1 p.m. (ET)

Your Turn

Kojo explores the latest headlines and invites you to weigh in on the discussion.

The Conowingo Dam

The Conowingo Dam

Thursday, Apr 16 12:22 p.m. (ET)

Maryland’s Conowingo Dam Debate

Over nearly a century, sediment and nutrients have built up in the reservoir behind the dam, and in major storms those pollutants flow into the Chesapeake. Some believe dredging is the solution; others say the dredging debate is a distraction from watershed pollution upriver. We explore the issues.