Wednesday, Sep 17 12 p.m. (ET)

The Future of Nuclear Power

Nuclear power once deeply divided environmentalists and business interests, but the lines are blurring. As concerns about carbon emissions continue, nuclear power is re-emerging in our national energy debate. Kojo explores the issue, by...

Wednesday, Sep 17 12:30 p.m. (ET)

David Carr

Twenty years ago, David Carr was an up-and-coming journalist in Washington battling a serious drug addiction. Now, he's the media columnist at The New York Times. In his new memoir, Carr turns his reporter's eye on himself, challenging...

Wednesday, Sep 17 1 p.m. (ET)

Counter-Insurgency in Iraq

Command of American military forces in Iraq changed hands this week, with Gen. Ray Odierno taking the baton from Gen. David Petraeus in Baghdad. American forces are looking to build on hard-earned security gains achieved during the past...

Wednesday, Sep 17 1:38 p.m. (ET)

Wine Wisdom

They say that rules are meant to be broken, but does that axiom apply to wine? In our regular conversation with local wine experts Paul Lukacs and Michael Franz, we consider when and how we should follow the rules in pairing wine and...

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