Wednesday, Jun 05 12 p.m. (ET)

SCOTUS Upholds Maryland’s DNA Collection Law

Kojo explores the significance of the Supreme Court upholding a Maryland law that allows police to collect DNA samples when booking people arrested, but not yet convicted, for serious crimes.

Wednesday, Jun 05 12:32 p.m. (ET)

The Washington Post Cookbook

The Washington Post Food section's 1956 debut was announced with a headline declaring “Mrs. Homemaker, This Is for You!” We talk with editor Bonnie Benwick about the stories behind the recipes in the newspaper's first cookbook.

Wednesday, Jun 05 1 p.m. (ET)

A Foreign Policy Shakeup At The White House

In a major shakeup, the White House has announced it will appoint Susan Rice as national security adviser and Samantha Power as U.N. ambassador. We explore the new dynamics each woman brings to her post and to U.S. foreign policy.

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