Monday, Sep 29 12 p.m. (ET)

New Respiratory Illness Affects Children Nationwide

Hospitals across the country have seen an uptick in visits from children having difficulty breathing over the past month. We talk to Dr. Roberta DeBiaisi of Children's National Health System to find out what we know about this strain of enterovirus and what's next.

Wood Thrush, the official bird of Washington D.C., was named to the "watch list" of bird species most in need of conservation action in the 2014 State of the Birds annual report.

Wood Thrush, the official bird of Washington D.C., was named to the "watch list" of bird species most in need of conservation action in the 2014 State of the Birds annual report.

Monday, Sep 29 12:24 p.m. (ET)

Tracking Trends In Bird Populations

The director of the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center at the National Zoo shares the latest annual count of birds that are thriving and those in decline, and examines humans' role in both degrading and conserving bird habitats.

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