Thursday, Aug 23 2007

Safety and Mental Health on Campus

Yesterday, officials at Virginia Tech released their internal report on how they'll improve reactions in emergency situations. We talk with local university officials about mental health and security concerns as students return to...

Thursday, Aug 23 2007

Renaming the Nationals?

If you thought the debate over the name of Washington's baseball team was over, then you're not familiar with Ed Meiman's one-man crusade for change. Since July, Meiman has been holding an often lonely vigil at RFK stadium, trying to...

Thursday, Aug 23 2007

Babies and Media

They say 'babies are sponges' so parents should pay close attention to whatever they introduce into their baby's world. For the past decade, videos aimed at stimulating children's interest have been on the market. Recent research casts...

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