Wednesday, May 07 12 p.m. (ET)

Measuring the Value of A College Degree

As students and parents assess college options, debates continue over the value of a college degree. We explore the issues around college rankings, costs and the long-term value of a higher degree.

Wednesday, May 07 1 p.m. (ET)

A New Global Health Warning on Polio

Once nearly eradicated, increased concern over the spread of polio has prompted the World Health Organization to declare a global health emergency. The rare move comes as cases of the paralyzing virus, which can be fatal, spread outside...

Micro kale at  Full Cellar Farm in Jefferson, MD.

Micro kale at Full Cellar Farm in Jefferson, MD.

Wednesday, May 07 1:20 p.m. (ET)

Mesclun to Microgreens: A Salad Plate Revolution

Kojo explores the changing, trendy world of leafy greens, and finds out how new, nutrient-packed varieties of greens are changing both our plates and our palates.

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The Politics Hour – May 18, 2018

Friday, May 18 2018Valerie Ervin steps into Maryland's Gubernatorial race a week after the sudden passing of her running mate Kevin Kamenetz. Councilmember Vincent Gray joins us to talk about his proposal for a two-dollar hike in D.C..

In Tone Deaf Ads, Chocolate City Is Now Whitewashed Washington

Thursday, May 17 2018Washingtonian Magazine's recent marketing campaign advertised shirts that said "I'm Not A Tourist. I Live Here." In a once-predominantly black city that is contending with shifting demographics as well as gentrification, the initial images, which featured no black residents, elicited fury on social media.