Tuesday, May 26 12 p.m. (ET)

Transforming Government Data

Local, state and federal governments compile hundreds of databases filled with information that could improve the day-to-day lives of their citizens. But most of that data never makes it to the public in a user-friendly format. Tech...

Tuesday, May 26 1 p.m. (ET)

North Korean Nuclear Intentions

Korea's second day of nuclear missile testing continues to set off alarm bells worldwide. Is it a cry for attention? Necessary for domestic politics? A game-changer? Or something else? A longtime Korea-watcher joins Kojo to help us...

Tuesday, May 26 1:22 p.m. (ET)

An Islamic Perspective on World History

Tamim Ansary grew up in Afghanistan learning the history of the west -- the rise and fall of Greece and Rome, the role of Christianity and the flourishing era of the Renaissance. But that history didn't include the Muslim civilization or...

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