Could you be a fair and impartial juror if selected for one of the trials for the police officers accused in the death of Freddie Gray? Listeners discuss possible questions that may arise in the jury selection process - voir dire - for the trials.
The first of six Baltimore Police officers facing criminal charges in the death of Freddie Gray will go on trial November 30. Officer William Porter (bottom center), who faces charges including manslaughter and assault, will be tried first.
Maryland author Jerome Tuccille tells the story of the black soldiers who helped Teddy Roosevelt win the decisive battle of the Spanish-American War -- some overlooked American history in the second hour of Midday.
An estimated 1.5 million American households - including three million children - somehow get by on less than $2.00 a day per person. Kathryn Edin, professor of public health and sociology at Johns Hopkins, tells us about her experiences examining the lives of those living without cash in extreme poverty.