At least part of President Donald Trump’s travel ban is going into effect and a final decision will come this fall. The Supreme Court agreed, today, to hear the case in its next session and the justices issued an unsigned opinion allowing the ban to begin except in the case of "foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.” Trump issued a revised order back in March that would impose a 90-day ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries. The ban also suspended the nation's refugee program for 120 days, but that was blocked by two different federal appeals courts. Today's decision is the first win for Trump in a legal saga that's lasted the better part of his young presidency. Cambridge City Councilor Nadeem Mazen and state Representative Geoff Diehl, a Republican who is weighing a run against incumbent U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, joined Jim Braude to discuss.

The latest snapshot of Boston mayoral race shows a tough climb ahead for Mayor Marty Walsh's closest competitor — Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson. A new Suffolk University / Boston Globe poll finds Walsh has a 31-point lead over Jackson if the election were held today and that's not the only obstacle. When it comes to what voters think of the candidates, more than 60-percent have a favorable opinion of Walsh compared to Jackson's 40-percent. Not since 1949 has a mayoral incumbent lost a race. So what might make this race different? Tito Jackson joined Jim to make his case.

Last week was moving week for The Boston Globe and the last to go were the daily news reporters and editors. Each was given two crates and a deadline, so Globe Business Columnist and WGBH contributor Shirley Leung took a camera — and Beat the Press Host Emily Rooney — along for the big day. Then Shirley joined Jim to talk about the new locale.

Jim’s thoughts on how the Bill Cosby case has brought out the worst in our so-called justice system.