Thursday, Feb 02 12 p.m. (ET)

Felon Voting Rights

Should breaking the law mean you forfeit your right to help make the law or elect the lawmakers? Most people convicted of a felony in Maryland and Virginia cede their right to vote- often for life. But voting-rights activists sense a...

Thursday, Feb 02 12:37 p.m. (ET)

Ethnic Politics in France

The riots that rocked France late last year have ended, but the ethnic and social tensions that fueled the unrest still simmer below the surface. We'll take a look at the long-term political fallout, and a controversial new plan to...

Thursday, Feb 02 1 p.m. (ET)

Men’s Thoughts on Marriage

We hear a lot of talk about marriage, but often it is from a female perspective. Men's opinions are often reduced to caricatures -- commitment-phobes, sex-obsessed, or the like. Join Kojo for a discussion about the psychology of men and...

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