Wednesday, May 14 12 p.m. (ET)

Cycling in our Region

Combine beautiful spring days with high gas prices and you get a perfect set of reasons to ride a bicycle wherever you need to go. Join Kojo to hear about great trails in our region, a new Bike Sharing program that's coming soon to...

Wednesday, May 14 12:41 p.m. (ET)

“Into Thick Air”

Maybe you are too intimidated by steep hills and busy streets to ride a bicycle to work. But one botanist-turned-journalist- turned-cyclist from Arizona felt so comfortable on his bike that he decided to ride to the world's deepest places...

Wednesday, May 14 1 p.m. (ET)

Paramilitaries and Politics in Colombia

Colombian President Alvaro Uribe has long been one of Washington's strongest allies in Latin America. And despite new revelations about ties between his ruling party and violent paramilitary forces, he remains popular across the country...

Wednesday, May 14 1:28 p.m. (ET)

A Chaplain’s Account of the Death Penalty

Few issues in American culture are as emotionally explosive as capital punishment. The death penalty is a particularly sensitive topic now that the Supreme Court has opened the door for thousands of suspended executions to move forward...

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