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Episodes

Academy Award Nominations

1/25/2011
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A rundown of this year's Academy Award nominations announced earlier this morning.

Mental Health First Aid

1/24/2011
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We'll look at you recognize someone with mental health problems before violence occurs and what to do about it.

Osama Bin Laden

1/24/2011
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A conversation with former CIA official under President Clinton Michael Scheuer author of a detailed biography of Osama Bin Laden.

Charles Whittington

1/24/2011
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An Iraq veteran is kicked out of the Community College of Baltimore County after writing an essay describing how killing became like an addictive drug to him.

Police Shootings

1/21/2011
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We'll discuss the fatal shooting of a plainclothes Baltimore police officer, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's call for an independent inquiry into what happened.

First Half of the Obama Presidency

1/20/2011
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We'll take a look look back at the first half of the Obama presidency.

JFK's Inaugural Address

1/20/2011
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We'll talk about John F. Kennedy's inagural address on its 50th anniversary.

Midday on the Bay

1/19/2011
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We'll learn about federal efforts to put the states of the Chesapeake Bay watershed on a "pollution diet," and we hear from both sides of the discussion.

How to Walk to School

1/19/2011
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We'll learn how Chicago parents sparked a makeover of their local public school, providing a blueprint for how it might be done elsewhere.

Heroes

1/19/2011
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We'll discuss the traits of heroes and outline how people become heroes, from the underdog who defies great odds to those who redeem themselves or who overcome adversity.

Senator Ben Cardin

1/18/2011
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A view of the 112th Congress with U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Maryland.

2011 General Assembly

1/13/2011
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A preview of the 2011 General Assembly session that begins this week.

Wikileaks

1/13/2011
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Midday teams up with Foreign Policy Magazine to get the latest on the global front, including the Wikileaks disclosures.

Tucson Memorial

1/13/2011
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We reflect on the tragedy in Tucson, Arizona and President Obama's speech at the memorial.

Haiti One Year Later

1/11/2011
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Hour 2 - The Haiti earthquake one year later. A report from the scene by Luke King of the Catholic Relief Services. Then, Dr. Rodrigue Mortel, a retired cancer surgeon who grew up desperately poor in Haiti, returns to Midday to talk about his personal efforts to help children in his earthquake-ravaged homeland.

Tucson Tragedy

1/10/2011
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A follow-up to the weekend's shooting of Congresswoman Giffords and the security of Maryland's federal officials.

Stents

1/10/2011
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Maryland heart doctors try to repair damage to their image caused by the cardiac stent scandal at St. Joseph's Medical Center.

Self Control in the Age of Excess

1/7/2011
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Americans today enjoy myriad choices, from technology to food. In his new book We Have Met the Enemy: Self-Control in an Age of Excess, journalist Daniel Akst explores the problem of moderation in this age of excess.

Immigration/Property Taxes

1/6/2011
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Dan speaks with Giovanni Peri, an economist whose extensive studies show that immigrants do not displace Americans from the workforce, as is commonly claimed.

Property Taxes in Baltimore

1/6/2011
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Can the city's highest-in-Maryland property tax rate ever be lowered to a level that would make a difference in the city's attractiveness as a place to live and work?
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