Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker joins the broadcast to explore the challenges in his jurisdiction - and those throughout the D.C. region.
The official place of business may be the convention hall, but much of the real networking at this year’s conventions will take place at a series of lavish parties. Many of those parties are being paid for by lobbyists, despite efforts to tighten ethics rules on Capitol Hill. We’ll look at who’s paying for what — and what lobbyists are hoping to get for their money.
- Nancy Watzman Director, Party Time Project, Sunlight Foundation
- Ari Berman Political Correspondent, The Nation
- Elizabeth Williamson Reporter, The Wall Street Journal
Most Recent Shows
Kojo explores how design encouraged the historic mental health hospital's mission.
Kojo explores how D.C.'s main library fits into the city's strategy for caring for the homeless, and how patrons are reacting to the closure.
Kojo explores what Etete's new look and menu says about changing expectations in U Street corridor.