Wednesday, Mar 18 12 p.m. (ET)

Preventing Juvenile Crime

For the past four years, D.C. leaders have set out to overhaul the way juvenile justice agencies treat young offenders. But advocates say the best interventions are the ones that prevent young people from running afoul of the law in the...

Wednesday, Mar 18 12:45 p.m. (ET)

Scholar/Athletes & March Madness

American University is not a 'known national basketball powerhouse' -- but for the second time in two years, AU Eagles men's basketball has made it into the NCAA tournament. Join us to explore how success on the court impacts life off the...

Wednesday, Mar 18 1 p.m. (ET)

The Future of High Speed Freight Rail

The prospect of high-speed passenger rail has dominated discussions about reforming our transportation system. But advocates say freight rail could also transform our national infrastructure, pulling millions of long-haul trucks off the...

Wednesday, Mar 18 1:38 p.m. (ET)

Wine Wisdom

We find out how the economic recession is affecting the wine business -- and whether there are any wine bargains to be had. Whether your tastes run toward Chardonnay or Chablis, Burgundy or Pinot Noir -- get your wine questions answered.

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