Tuesday, Sep 23 12 p.m. (ET)

Snapshots of Politics on the Internet

For the past decade, debates about politics and public policy have been spilling onto the Internet. But many of the artifacts of those debates -- from campaign materials to government records -- now exist only in their digital form. Tech...

Tuesday, Sep 23 1 p.m. (ET)

Biological Responses to Stress

Stress may be caused by reading about the financial meltdown on Wall Street, filling your car with four dollar gasoline, or simply talking to your troublesome spouse or teenager. We talk to a neurobiologist about the mammalian stress...

Tuesday, Sep 23 1:37 p.m. (ET)

Christopher Buckley

Few moments in Washington are as ripe for political satire as a Supreme Court nomination, with its waves of partisan warfare and feeding frenzies among the press corps. Kojo talks with writer Christopher Buckley about his latest dip into...

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