Monday, Nov 03 12 p.m. (ET)

Myths about Voting

Think being persuasive is the key to winning an election? Think again. Research by political scientists over the past half century show the most persuasive candidate often loses. The key it turns out, is activating voters -- and this...

Monday, Nov 03 12:37 p.m. (ET)

Remembering Studs Terkel

He was an actor, a writer, and a broadcaster. But above all else, Studs Terkel was a listener -- a man who could draw out even the most shy or reluctant interviewee. Join Kojo as we revisit a conversation with Studs Terkel, who died...

Monday, Nov 03 1 p.m. (ET)

Resentment in the Workplace with Howard Ross

Employers often look to young ambitious newcomers for energy and fresh ideas. But hiring managers and higher-ups risk sparking generational warfare when they reward young employees before they've "paid their dues." Business coach and...

Monday, Nov 03 1:56 p.m. (ET)

Remembering Yma Sumac

She was a performer with an exotic voice, and an equally exotic story. In the 1950s, Peruvian singer Yma Sumac captivated audiences with her impressive vocal range and her folk-influenced music. She died this weekend at age 86. Kojo...

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