Thursday, Jul 24 12 p.m. (ET)

Agencies Battle Over Contaminated Land

The Pentagon and the Environmental Protection Agency are clashing, and Maryland's Fort Meade and Fort Detrick are near the center of the dispute. So who trumps whom when federal agencies fight? And why should you care? Kojo looks behind...

Thursday, Jul 24 12:30 p.m. (ET)

Reclaiming and Reviving Waterfront Space

The Washington region enjoys strategic access to a number of waterways. But for the people who live here, accessing that prime waterfront property is another matter. Join Kojo as we talk with Washington Post columnist and architect Roger...

Thursday, Jul 24 1 p.m. (ET)

Politics, Satire and Editorial Cartoons

Kevin "Kal" Kallaugher is probably best known as the editorial cartoonist for the Economist magazine. He's also pushing the boundaries of technology and political cartoons with new interactive animation projects. Kal joins Kojo to talk...

Thursday, Jul 24 1:32 p.m. (ET)

Wine Tips

It's a white wine that sends critics swooning -- yet it's relatively unknown to most American consumers. It's Riesling, one of the most versatile, refreshing wines out there. In our regular discussion with wine experts Paul Lukacs and...

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