Tuesday, May 20 12 p.m. (ET)

Prosthetics and Sports

Lots of athletes dream of running in the Olympics. Not many, however, dream that prosthetic legs will take them there. An international panel has ruled that Oscar Pistorius can compete in this year's games on a pair of high-tech prosthetic...

Tuesday, May 20 12:32 p.m. (ET)

Tyson’s Corner Tech Corridor

Just a few decades ago, Tysons Corner was dominated by dairy farms and gravel pits. Today, it's where businesses govern the world's Internet traffic, assist the American government in military planning, carry out security analysis, and...

Tuesday, May 20 1 p.m. (ET)

South Africa’s Anti-Immigrant Violence

South Africa has long been a magnet for immigrants from across Africa, especially neighboring Zimbabwe. But many South Africans -- especially those living at or below the poverty line -- resent foreign workers, who they blame for high...

Tuesday, May 20 1:27 p.m. (ET)

Summer Blockbusters

American movie-goers are used to being the target audience for summer blockbusters. But now film studios are marketing these big-time films on a global scale, and some movies get their debut overseas before opening here. Join Kojo as we...

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