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Are youth sports leaving too many kids out?

Tom Farrey, executive director at the Aspen Institute and Julie McCleery from the University of Washington Center for Leadership in Athletics talk about the big business of youth sports. We also examine what to watch for from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation in 2019 and hear about more ailing orcas. Plus: Do you want to be composted when you're dead?

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Is the business of youth sports leaving too many kids out?

Bill Radke talks to Tom Farrey, executive director at the Aspen Institute, and Julie McCleery, from the University of Washington's Center for Leadership in Athletics about the high cost of youth sports.

Where is Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation headed in 2019?

Bill Radke speaks to John McKay, former US Attorney for the Western District of Washington about where the Mueller investigation is headed and what should you understand about it.

Two more ailing orcas

Bill Radke speaks to Lynda Mapes, environment reporter at the Seattle Times, about why an expert says two more orcas are sick and probably will die by summer.


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