ENCORE PRESENTATION: The political satirist, author, humorist, and frequent contributor to NPR’s popular news quiz show “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me,” joins Midday to talk about his new book, The Baby Boom: How It Got That Way (And it Wasn’t My Fault).
Heroin addiction has soared in the country's rural and suburban areas. In Maryland, the number of heroin-related deaths jumped more than 50 percent between 2011 and 2012, according to the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
In his four-decades long career practicing law,A. Dwight Pettit has been involved in a variety of high-profile cases, ranging from civil rights litigation to infamous murder trials.
In his new autobiography, "Under Color of Law," Pettit chronicles his life in the courtroom, from his first encounter with the legal system when his father successfully challenged school segregation, to his involvement with lawsuits involving the likes of Mike Tyson and former Baltimore Raven Ray Lewis.
A look at the regions latest news stories with the reporters and editors who covered them. This hour: We'll dive into the results from the latest Goucher Poll about all things Maryland - how we feel about the direction of the state, our elected leaders and some provocative issues. The poll comes just three months before the Maryland primary election, and in the midst of a General Assembly session.
Our monthly foodie hour with Henry Hong of the Waterfront Kitchen and John Shields of Gertrude's. On this month’s edition: Do It Yourself Catering. If you’re a foodie -- someone who enjoys cooking, ever-eager to learn more about it -- you might at some point consider putting on a party for 30 or more people: Celebrating a milestone birthday, or a graduation. Or perhaps, as a wedding gift to friends, you volunteer to handle their reception.