• Lauren Dezenski, POLITICO Massachusetts reporter, and Adam Reilly, WGBH News reporter and Scrum podcast host, joined us to take on the local and national headlines, including their predictions for the controversial Alabama senate race.
  • WGBH News analyst and GroundTruth Project co-founder Charles Sennott joined us for his take on the fallout from the U.S. recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and other international headlines, including Monday’s terrorist attack in a New York City subway tunnel.
  • Monday morning, Megyn Kelly gave Trump’s accusers a second chance to be heard in the context of the Me Too movement, where people are paying attention and taking these accusations more seriously. We opened the lines to ask you: should President Trump be held to the same standards as Rep. John Conyers, Sen. Al Fanken and Rep. Trent Franks?
  • We asked you — has the news stolen Christmas? In this news cycle, where notable men are continuously being outed for sexual transgressions, there is one natural disaster after the next, the GOP Tax plan could upend not just our financial stability, but healthcare, infrastructure and the environment; when the Nobel peace prize winners saying we are just one temper tantrum away from the apocalypse — has all of this has ruined your holiday cheer, or has it done the opposite?
  • Rev. Irene Monroe joined us to take on the moral dilemmas of the day, including the Boston Globe's new Spotlight series on racism in Boston. Monroe is a syndicated religion columnist and the Boston voice for Detour’s African-American Heritage Trail.
  • Richard Blanco, the fifth presidential inaugural poet in U.S. history, joined us for another edition of Village Voice, our recurring conversation about poetry and how it can help us to make sense of the news of the day. Blanco shared a poem about mankind's connection to nature.
  • While President Trump was honoring the Navajo code talkers last week, he called Elizabeth Warren 'Pocahontas.' The media criticized him for using a racial slur, but did they overreact when Trump slurred his words? TV guru Bob Thompson joined us for this and more, including his list of what to watch and this week’s best and worst of.