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The Virginia Statehouse

The Virginia Statehouse

Wednesday, Jan 28 12 p.m. (ET)

Maryland and Virginia Legislative Preview

With both local legislatures now in session, we explore the laws likely to come out the Maryland and Virginia General Assemblies in the coming months.

Wednesday, Jan 28 12:35 p.m. (ET)

Uber in the D.C. Region

With D.C., Virginia and Maryland passing new rules to begin to regulate the popular ride-sharing company, we explore Uber's growth in our region.

Wednesday, Jan 28 1:32 p.m. (ET)

Food Businesses and American Innovation

Kojo explores the creative business strategies fueling America's boom in fast-casual dining - and why food has become one of the engines for innovation in the American economy.

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Tuesday, Jan 27 12:30 p.m. (ET)

The Digital Life of Teens

It’s well-documented that traditional media’s focus on looks and unrealistic body images affects the self-esteem of teens — particularly for girls. But what about where kids really live: Social media? We explore what today’s digital landscape means for teens and their self-esteem.

Tuesday, Jan 27 12 p.m. (ET)

Internet Dialects

It’s long been assumed that the Internet is akin to a national broadcast—and that Internet lingo, memes, acronyms and slang subsume Boston accents and California slang. But using the trove of information on Twitter, some researchers now think our online language might in fact reflect regionalisms in real life. A look at how we speak online and off, and the ways one affects the other.

505 K ST NE, Washington, D.C.

505 K ST NE, Washington, D.C.

Monday, Jan 26 1 p.m. (ET)

Pop-Up Houses in D.C.

Some residential neighborhoods in D.C. are developing a jagged skyline as row house owners build up -- adding on vertically to create so-called "pop-up" houses with more floors than their neighbors. We consider the practical, aesthetic and zoning issues created by pop-ups buildings.

Monday, Jan 26 12 p.m. (ET)

Wes Moore: Searching for a Life that Matters

Many readers are familiar with the personal story of Wes Moore and his widely-acclaimed memoir about growing up in Baltimore and becoming a combat veteran and Rhodes Scholar. But in his newest work, Moore seeks inspiration in the stories of others--from an Afghan translator he once worked with to one of the world's most successful food entrepreneurs. Moore joins Kojo to explore how people find meaning in the work they do and lessons we can draw from them.