Monday, Oct 31 12 p.m. (ET)

When Investigations Run Up Against Elections

The latest news about Hillary Clinton's emails is reminding some of D.C.'s 2014 mayoral primary, when a federal prosecutor moved ahead with a sweeping public corruption case just weeks before that election.

An "I Voted" sticker from Arlington, Va. in 2008.

An "I Voted" sticker from Arlington, Va. in 2008.

Monday, Oct 31 12:30 p.m. (ET)

Election Day Concerns about Voting in Virginia

Amid suggestions of vote rigging and concerns over voter intimidation, we speak with Virginia's Election Commissioner about how the Commonwealth plans to ensure a smooth election process on November 8.

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Redressing Segregation In Maryland’s Public Higher Education

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