Thursday, Mar 17 12 p.m. (ET)

Metro Rail Goes Back Online

The region's mass rail system is back online, after officials at Metro shut it down for an entire day to conduct safety inspections. But grave concerns about the safety of the Metro rail network remain.

Ammunition in a box.

Ammunition in a box.

Thursday, Mar 17 12:10 p.m. (ET)

The Gun Store Next Door?

Arlington lawmakers and citizens are protesting the opening of a new gun shop, Nova Armory, in the Lyon Park neighborhood at the end of March.

Steven Powe has lived alone for five years. Before that, he spent over 50 years living with his mother. He is featured in WAMU's report on D.C.'s struggle to incorporate residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Steven Powe has lived alone for five years. Before that, he spent over 50 years living with his mother. He is featured in WAMU's report on D.C.'s struggle to incorporate residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Thursday, Mar 17 12:30 p.m. (ET)

Better Served: A Turnaround for D.C.’s Disability Services

Kojo explores how far D.C. has come in caring for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and what challenges remain.

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