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Former D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams stops by to chat about the future of the District.
City leaders in Alexandria have decided to charge for parking at a new affordable housing complex, over the opposition of two of the city council's newest members.
Kojo chats with the man in charge of the region's sprawling public transportation network.
Kojo and Tom Sherwood chat with David Catania, chair of the D.C. Council's new education committee, and Corey Stewart, a Republican candidate for lieutenant governor in Virginia.
We chat with two local leaders on the front lines of high-profile battles: D.C. Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson and U.S. Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.)
Maryland lawmakers are lining up a slate of new laws aimed at gun control, but some say Virginia's shift in the opposite directions may result in negligible effects for the region.
Both Virginia's largest utility and environmental groups agree that current policy on renewable energy in the commonwealth is inadequate. Where they diverge is on the proposed fixes.
Ian MacKaye, founding member of the D.C. band Fugazi, joins Kojo to talk about a new online archive of hundreds of the group's performances.
Our region's early history through a new book featuring the most extensive map collection of Virginia's first 300 years.
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