The long-awaited Republican tax plan was finally released today — with details. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act keeps some of the promises President Donald Trump made since his campaign began, but when it comes to his claim about focusing on the middle class and not the highest-income earners, like him, critics say the bill falls short. Ameek Ashok Ponda, tax attorney and partner at Sullivan & Worcester, and Dan Primack, business editor at Axios, decipher the implications of the new proposal.

Uzbek native Sayfullo Saipov is being held without bail after investigators say he admitted to driving a rented truck down a crowded bike path in Manhattan Tuesday, killing eight people and injuring dozens more; he told officials he was inspired by ISIS. Saipov was arraigned yesterday in federal, civilian court on charges that included providing material support to ISIS. Shortly after, Donald Trump tweeted that “he should get the death penalty for the crime,” which raised a red flag among some court-watchers. Jim Braude is joined by two former U.S. attorneys, Carmen Ortiz, who served under President Barack Obama and prosecuted the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev case, and Michael Sullivan, who was appointed by President George W. Bush and prosecuted the shoe bomber, Richard Reid.

Maine Greenyards is definitely not your grandmother’s Bed and Breakfast. The new inn — whose tagline is “the way leaf should be” — brings a new travel trend to New England. It's called pot tourism and people have traveled from all over to take in a whole other kind of Northeast foliage. The Boston Globe’s travel writer, Christopher Muther, joins Jim Braude to discuss his recent stay at Maine Greenyards and how legal marijuana is becoming a key factor in vacation planning.

Jim Braude weighs in on his favorite issue, Daylight Saving Time, and the decision from the state’s time zone commission.