Could Trump’s Hostility Toward NATO Allies Be A Winning Strategy At Home?
President Trump met with fellow leaders at the NATO Summit this week, stirring up yet more controversy ahead of a trip to London and then to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Jim Braude was joined by Carol Saivetz, senior advisor at MIT's Security Studies Program, and Gautam Mukunda, a Harvard Kennedy School fellow, member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and author of “Indispensable: When Leaders Really Matter,” to discuss.

The First Black Miss Massachusetts On A Year Of Controversy And Change For The National Competition
Lawrence native Gabriela Taveras became the first-ever black Miss Massachusetts in the Miss America contest when she won the pageant last week. She joined Jim Braude to discuss her historic win and the changes to the national competition, against the backdrop of #MeToo.

Women of World War II
History books are filled with the stories of brave men who fought in World War II. But Arts Editor Jared Bowen shows us a new exhibit at the International Museum of World War II is highlighting the stories of how vital women were in the war efforts.

IMHO: The Breakfast Snub
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on that awkward start to the NATO summit.