WAMU 88.5 : The Kojo Nnamdi Show

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The Benghazi Raid: Legal and International Fallout

The capture of the alleged ringleader of the 2012 attacks on the U.S. compound in Benghazi has prompted wrangling over his legal fate and intensified concerns about instability in his fractious nation. In the U.S, lawmakers are divided down partisan lines over whether Ahmed Abu Khattala should face military or civilian justice. In Libya, government officials condemned the raid and insisted Khattala be returned. Kojo explores the legal fallout from the raid, and finds out what's next for this North African nation in turmoil.

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Writer James Alan McPherson, Winner Of Pulitzer, MacArthur And Guggenheim, Dies At 72

McPherson, the first African-American to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, has died at 72. His work explored the intersection of white and black lives with deftness, subtlety and wry humor.
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Oyster Archaeology: Ancient Trash Holds Clues To Sustainable Harvesting

Modern-day oyster populations in the Chesapeake are dwindling, but a multi-millennia archaeological survey shows that wasn't always the case. Native Americans harvested the shellfish sustainably.
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Your Turn: Ronald Reagan's Shooter, Freddie Gray Verdicts And More

Have opinions about the Democratic National Convention, or the verdicts from the Freddie Gray cases? It's your turn to talk.

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Trump's Cyber Comments Rouse The Democrats

As they bolster their case that Hillary Clinton is ready to be commander in chief, Democrats are seizing on Donald Trump's comments seemingly encouraging Russia to use cyber-espionage against Clinton.

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