Two Marquette professors help us understand war crimes and whether they’re being committed by Russia in Ukraine. Then, we learn about a new service offering walk-in mental health care at Children’s Wisconsin hospital. Later, a Milwaukee writer explains why many Wisconsin homes often have a single toilet in the basement without a full bathroom.
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What are war crimes and how are they prosecuted?
U.S officials are accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin of war crimes in Ukraine. We learn what constitutes a war crime, whether Putin is committing them and how they’re prosecuted and enforced by the international community.
Walk-in mental health care at new Children's Wisconsin clinic
A new walk-in mental health clinic has just opened at Children’s Wisconsin. We learn about who’s able to access it, and what kind of care they can get.
Wisconsin's solitary basement toilets explained
A Milwaukee writer fills us in on his quest to answer the question of why many Wisconsin basements feature a seemingly random, unadorned toilet.
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