Monday, Mar 31 12 p.m. (ET)

The Future of the Foreign Service

They're a key tool in the exercise of America's "soft power"- civilian diplomats tasked with representing America across the globe. Kojo explores the major challenges confronting America's diplomatic corps in a time of evolving...

Monday, Mar 31 1 p.m. (ET)

Zimbabwe Post-Election Analysis

Observers already are questioning whether the much-anticipated elections in Zimbabwe will end fairly -- or whether they will end in violence. The contest could change the face of the country, which has been led for nearly three decades by...

Monday, Mar 31 1:32 p.m. (ET)

Opening Day of the Washington Nationals

Major League Baseball is a sport and a billion-dollar industry. With excitement high last night, the Washington Nationals' first game at its new stadium kicked off the MLB season nationwide. We look at the excitement -- and how the Nats'...

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