Trump Sides With Russia Over Election Meddling On The World Stage At Summit Meeting
In a highly anticipated, high-stakes summit with Vladimir Putin, President Trump didn’t just dodge an opportunity to publicly confront him over Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election — he came to his defense, taking his denials at face-value on the world stage. Jim Braude was joined by Martha Coakley, former state attorney general and currently a partner at Foley Hoag; and David Filipov, former Moscow bureau chief for the Washington Post.

The Trauma Continues for Migrant Children After Reunification
It's been five days since the Trump administration missed a court-imposed deadline to reunite more than 100 young children with their parents — and still, only half of the kids 5-years-old and under are reunited with their families. But even for many of those who have now been returned to their parents, the impact of the emotional trauma remains. Jim Braude was joined by two attorneys, both of whom have recently reunited clients with their children: Oren Sellstrom, litigation director at the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice, and Jeff Goldman, attorney at Jeff Goldman Immigration.

The Colonial Theatre Is Back In Business
The Colonial Theatre is one of our country’s most historic. It saw the premieres of legendary shows like Porgy and Bess and Oklahoma. Now, after a rough and tumble few years, the curtain is up again. Arts Editor Jared Bowen reports.

IMHO: Fox Should Hurt, Not Help Trump’s Fight Against The Press
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on Trump’s longstanding personal beef with CNN — and his chummy relationship with Fox News — on display most recently at a testy press conference in London.