The #MeToo movement is marching on. Yesterday, PBS announced it was indefinitely suspending distribution of the show “Tavis Smiley” after an outside investigation “uncovered multiple, credible allegations of conduct that is inconsistent with the with the values and standards of PBS.” In response, Smiley took to Facebook to express his shock at the announcement, saying he has “never groped, coerced or exposed myself inappropriately to any workplace colleague, adding that he intends to fight back. PBS executives are standing by the investigation. But if you are wrongly accused, is there any way to fight back? Retired federal judge and Harvard Law Professor Nancy Gertner, former attorney general Martha Coakley, who is now a partner at Foley Hoag, and executive vice president at public relations firm InkHouse, Tina Cassidy, joined Jim Braude to discuss.

It's a tradition that dates back to 1989, and today – it continues on. With an estimated 6,000 kids expected at the annual Christmas in the City celebration at the Boston Convention and Expo Center this weekend, it's expected to be a record-breaker. The event is for homeless kids in the Boston area. Christmas in the City founders Sparky and Jake Kennedy joined Jim Braude to discuss.

Jim Braude weighs in on Woebot – a new mental health chatbot you talk to online.