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Thursday, Jun 30 12:44 p.m. (ET)

Do D.C. Statehood Activists Approve Of Recent Movement On Voting Rights?

Local officials in D.C. recently convened a convention to draft a constitution that would put the city on the path to statehood. Under the plan, the District would adopt a new name: "New Columbia." But some of those who've been on the front lines of the fight for statehood aren't thrilled about how the process has worked so far - and where it might be going.

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Pati Jinich's Morelia-style fruit salad.

Pati Jinich's Morelia-style fruit salad.

Wednesday, Jun 29 12 p.m. (ET)

How “Borderless” Cuisines Shape Modern D.C.

Kojo and Pati Jinich, author and host of PBS's "Pati's Mexican Table," explore how cuisines become "borderless," and the fusions of flavors shaping the culture of modern D.C.

Monday, Jun 27 12:50 p.m. (ET)

Supreme Court Sets Stage For McDonnell Retrial

The Supreme Court today unanimously ruled in favor of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on appeal of his corruption case. The conviction was vacated, setting the stage for a retrial. We consider the implications of the ruling - in and beyond the Commonwealth.