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The End of the World!

24 years after Y2K, we are still here.

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When Sunday Comes

Much has been said about the golden age of gospel music in the 1940s and 50s. But what about the gospel music that came later when hip-hop and soul were dominant?

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Seeking Asylum

Immigrant incarceration has a long history in the US. And it’s part of a system of mass incarceration that’s still largely intact today.

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Woman Enough

The International Olympic Committee has never required men to prove that they are men. But from nude inspections to DNA swabs, women have had to prove their womanhood since the 60s.

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Presenting: Crosswinds

Hampton Roads is home to the largest coal export operation in the United States.

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Mapping Climate History

Last year, Canadian wildfire smoke had us East Coasters feeling like the apocalypse had arrived. But forest fires aren’t always doom and gloom…

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Mere Difference

Many parents of young deaf children don’t have access to learn sign language.

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REPLAY: Life Without Boundaries

Motherhood is a life without boundaries.

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The Next Pandemic

What will the next pandemic be? Beverly Sher says that there’s always another pandemic. And: a rapid, at-home Lyme disease test is in the works. Campers everywhere, rejoice!

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REPLAY: Protecting Human Rights

What are human rights? Who gets to be human?

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What Makes a Place?

It’s almost impossible to look back on family road trips without thinking of Cracker Barrel. The chain restaurant has a distinct sense of place – like going home to your grandparents house. But it also looks exactly the same wherever you go. On today’s show: the paradox of Cracker Barrel.

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Winning NIL

Student athletes can finally earn money off of their name, image and likeness. And: many elite athletes have had their careers ruined for using banned substances. Is it worth it?

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