Ridehailing companies say they are helping cities combat congestion, but as transit ridership declines and traffic gets worse, we take a closer look at their role in Washington's gridlock.
Guest Host: Mark McDonald
It’s a life-saving resource used in every emergency room in America. Yet blood is a product with a short expiration date. And now new evidence suggests that the longer we hold on to it, the more unreliable it may become. Researchers recently found that blood begins to lose its ability to open up vessels almost as soon as it’s donated. We’ll look at the implications of that finding and what it might mean for hospital policies on storing and using blood.
- Timothy McMahon Associate Professor of Medicine, Duke University and Durham V-A Medical Center.
Most Recent Shows
Kojo speaks with "Speak No Evil" novelist and D.C. native Uzodinma Iweala about his second novel and how his local upbringing affects his storytelling.
Mayor Bowser made a commitment to ending traffic fatalities in the District by 2024, but three years later, deaths have only steadily increased.
Maryland Senator Ben Cardin joins us to talk about the youth movement against gun violence, Russian sanctions, and more. D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh shares her thoughts on relief for high water bills and news that D.C. Public Schools is taking over an all girls charter school.