Tuesday, Jun 16 12 p.m. (ET)

The Promises of Digital TV

After years of hype and months of delay, the nation finally flipped the switch June 12 and entered the age of all-digital television. Kojo explores what the new digital era means -- from failed promises to future innovations.

Tuesday, Jun 16 1 p.m. (ET)

The Intersection Between El Salvador and Washington, D.C.

El Salvador's first leftist president, Mauricio Funes, recently took office after an election that generated strong interest in Washington's foreign policy circles. It was also closely followed by the region's large population of...

Tuesday, Jun 16 1:28 p.m. (ET)

“Outcasts United”

In the 1990s, the town of Clarkston, Georgia became an unlikely refugee resettlement center. As scores of families from the world's war zones descended on the town, one new arrival decided to create a youth soccer team to unite refugee...

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