Aa new philanthropic program is working with the courts and legal system to keep women charged for nonviolent offenses out of the prison system in Oklahomah. The Women in Recovery program began in 2010 and is funded by the George Kaiser Foundation.
How does social media fare in the religious experience of the 21st Century? For the answer, we speak with Lisa Miller, author of "Heaven: Our Enduring Fascination with the Afterlife" and Ash Greyson, managing editor of BeliefNet.com.
American conservatives are gathering in Washington for the annual CPAC Forum. For a preview and analysis, we speak with The Takeaway's Washington correspondent, Todd Zwillich.
Douglas Wilson, assistant secretary of defense for public affairs, joins us to discuss why the Pentagon requested these performances.
Our conversation with Kai Wright of ColorLines.com about Halle Berry's comments to Ebony magazine elicited a wide range of responses from The Takeaway community.
Who is Egypt's vice president? Retired Colonel Patrick Lang has known and worked with him for two decades. He says Suleiman's intention to provide an orderly transition is genuine, but the time table that Egyptians are hoping for is probably unlikely.
Using oral testimony from family and historical documents, Peter Firstbrook uncovered some fascinating details of the president's family, including questions about how President Obama's father died.
Ayah el Said is a research analyst with Roubini Global Economics. She reports on the strength of labor unions within Egypt. Lawrence Weschler covered Poland and Eastern Europe for The New Yorker for many years. He joins us as well.
Revolution is sweeping across northern Africa and the Middle East, and, in recognition of these revolutions, Patrik Henry Bass, senior editor at Essence Magazine, shares his favorite revolutionary books.