In the month since the accusations of sexual misconduct by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein surfaced, more and more victims are finding their voice and the courage to share their experiences of sexual harassment and assault against powerful and popular men. One of the latest includes former Boston TV news anchor Heather Unruh who, shortly after news of the Wenstein scandal broke, tweeted "I was a Kevin Spacey fan until he assaulted a loved one. Time the dominoes fell."

Last week the Washington Post published the accounts of four women who say they were teenagers when they were sexually assaulted by Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore. Moore chided the allegations as "fake news" and questioned the timing of the revelations over the weekend. What impact will this have on the senate race and the Republican party as a whole? And as President Trump returns from his trip to Asia, his strange relationships with President Vladimir Putin and President Rodrigo Duterte have attracted the spotlight. Jim Braude is joined by Martha Coakley, former Mass. Attorney General and current partner at Foley Hoag, and Michael Astrue, former assistant counsel to President Reagan and President George H.W. Bush, to discuss it all.

Jim shares his thoughts on the unqualified candidates set to get lifetime positions on the bench.