On the eve of the 139th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course, conversations with Washington Post racing columnist Andy Beyer; Maryland equine veterinarian Tom Bowman, one of the breeders of Love The Chase, the dam of this year’s Kentucky Derby winner, California Chrome; and Cricket Goo
In one of the most historic court rulings in American history, the Supreme Court declared separate but equal public school systems to be unconstitutional. On the eve of its 60th anniversary, we look at the historic significance of Brown v. Board, and at how the decision played out in Maryland.
Summer tourists to the Delaware shore have probably seen old concrete watch towers near some of the beaches there. Today we'll learn about why they were built -- to watch for the German submarines on the East Coast during World War II. Our guest: Military journalist Ed Offley, who has chronicled the German U-boat campaign and the toll it took of ships, cargo and human life along the eastern seaboard, from New Jersey to North Carolina.