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A protester holds a sign at a moment of silence for Michael Brown at Meridian Hill Park in D.C. in August.

A protester holds a sign at a moment of silence for Michael Brown at Meridian Hill Park in D.C. in August.

Tuesday, Nov 25 2014

The Washington Region Reacts to the Ferguson Decision

Kojo explores local debates of the story with Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler and a student-activist who is leading protests in the District.

Warrent Officer Mike Tillery watches as Spc. Christine Kaipat sets up a connection during Cyber Endeavor, a smaller exercise within Combined Endeavor 11 in Grafenwoehr, Germany, Sept. 14 2011.

Warrent Officer Mike Tillery watches as Spc. Christine Kaipat sets up a connection during Cyber Endeavor, a smaller exercise within Combined Endeavor 11 in Grafenwoehr, Germany, Sept. 14 2011.

Tuesday, Nov 25 2014

Shane Harris: “@War” On Cyber Spying And Security In America

Kojo talks with Shane Harris, a national security writer now at The Daily Beast, about the mushrooming "military-Internet complex" and what's happening on the front lines of cyber warfare.

A group of women protest Phi Kappa Psi at the University of Virginia after a Rolling Stone article uncovered an alleged gang rape and other sexual assaults on campus.

A group of women protest Phi Kappa Psi at the University of Virginia after a Rolling Stone article uncovered an alleged gang rape and other sexual assaults on campus.

Tuesday, Nov 25 2014

Sexual Assault At UVA

The Rolling Stone writer who described a gang rape and other sexual assaults at the University of Virginia joins Kojo to look at the challenges of treating rape as a violent crime.

Armenians are marched to a nearby prison in Mezireh by armed Turkish soldiers. Kharpert, Armenia, Ottoman Empire, April, 1915.

Armenians are marched to a nearby prison in Mezireh by armed Turkish soldiers. Kharpert, Armenia, Ottoman Empire, April, 1915.

Tuesday, Nov 25 2014

Meline Toumani: “There Was And There Was Not”

A journalist by training, Meline Toumani shocked friends and family by moving to Turkey and embarking on a journey to understand a people and a country she'd been taught were the enemy. The result is "There Was and There Was Not," part political history, part deeply personal memoir.

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Monday, Nov 24 2014

It’s Your Turn

It's your turn to weigh in on the stories of the day, whether it's the life and legacy of former DC Mayor Marion Barry, immigration reform, the suspension of fraternities at UVA, or the resignation of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.

Immigration activists listen to President Barack Obama's speech on an iPad outside the White House as a translator provided details on the immigration plan being unveiled on Nov. 20, 2014.

Immigration activists listen to President Barack Obama's speech on an iPad outside the White House as a translator provided details on the immigration plan being unveiled on Nov. 20, 2014.

Monday, Nov 24 2014

Local Perspectives On Immigration Policy

Following President Barack Obama's move to remove the threat of deportation for undocumented parents of American-born children, we talk with local lawmakers about immigration experiences in Maryland and Virginia.

Marion Barry makes comments at a hearing on decriminalizing marijuana in Washington, D.C.

Marion Barry makes comments at a hearing on decriminalizing marijuana in Washington, D.C.

Monday, Nov 24 2014

The Life And Complicated Legacy of Marion Barry

Marion Barry was the District's most recognizable and most polarizing public figure. Barry died this weekend at age 78.

D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray rejected a plea deal this week in the long-running investigation of his 2010 campaign.

D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray rejected a plea deal this week in the long-running investigation of his 2010 campaign.

Friday, Nov 21 2014

The Politics Hour – Nov. 21, 2014

Sorting political fact from fiction, and having fun while we're at it. Join us for our weekly review of the politics, policies and personalities of the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.

A rendering of Mia Feuer’s proposed public art piece, “Antediluvian," a sunken gas station sculpture in the Anacostia River.

A rendering of Mia Feuer’s proposed public art piece, “Antediluvian," a sunken gas station sculpture in the Anacostia River.

Thursday, Nov 20 2014

Where The Public Fits In Public Art Projects

Kojo explores how much input the public should have in public art projects and how that squares with the visions of the artists who do the work.