A new poll of likely New Hampshire voters from the Boston Herald shows that Donald Trump has an unfavorable rating of 62%. Hillary Clinton is nipping at his heels with 61% of the voters saying they don't like her. Both candidates are facing situations that could drive those numbers even higher. Donald Trump is taking heat about what happened to money he promised to raise for veterans groups. For Hillary Clinton, it's the drip drip drip of the email investigation dating back to her days as the nation's top diplomat. So what happens in this race if the voters continue to be turned off by their choices? Adam Reilly (@reillyadam) from WGBH news, Lauren Dezenski (@LaurenDezenski) from Politico, and Boston Globe editorial writer Joan Vennochi (@Joan_Vennochi) discuss voter's options.

Also, some lesser-known treasures at the JFK Library (@JFKlibrary) are now available for all of us to see.The Ernest Hemingway Collection there is the most comprehensive archive of the writer's work --- in the world. The exhibit - called "Ernest Hemingway: Between Two Wars." --  includes personal letters, photos and — fittingly — a flask. WGBH Arts Editor Jared Bowen (@JaredWGBH) takes us on a tour.

Later in the show, when it comes to long-lasting feuds, New England may take the cake. From the Red Sox-Yankees... to the great Market Basket Battle — the worst of the best are outlined in the new book — Wicked Pissed: New England's Most Famous Feuds by Chronicle's Ted Reinstein (@tedreinstein).

Finally, Jim shares his thoughts on where so many went so wrong in reacting to that Cincinnati Zoo incident... and it has nothing to do with the decision to kill the gorilla.