Last week in the Russia Investigations: The feds sitting down with White House aides. Attorney General Jeff Sessions stays the course. And will DOJ special counsel Robert Mueller give a "toothless" old law new fangs? Knock, knock: It's the feds White House officials are expecting some unusual guests in the short workweek before Thanksgiving: investigators from the FBI. The team led by Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller is set to interview a number of current administration...
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Live From Studio A
She will be stopping by studio A before her performance at the Wexner Center on Tuesday, November 21st. That upcoming show will be the vinyl release party for her new effort, "Opposable Thumbs" . Also appearing will be Correy Parks, Mary Lynn, and Corbezzolo. You can hear Sharon Udoh, A.K.A. Counterfeit Madison perform live, and talk about the new release, on 90.5 FM and HD WCBE Columbus, 106.3 FM Newark, online at wcbe.org and on Apple Music.
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Science, Technology & Environment
The tiny nation of Denmark has just three stations for monitoring atmospheric radiation. Each week, scientists change out air filters in the detectors and take the used ones to a technical university near Copenhagen. There, Sven Poul Nielsen and other researchers analyze the filters. They often snag small amounts of naturally occurring radioactivity, radon for example. Then about a month ago, Nielsen was startled to find something far stranger: a radioactive isotope known as ruthenium-106....
Arts & Life
Olivia Newton-John brings her concert tour to Ohio tonight with a show at the Midland Theatre in Newark.