Lawrence O’Donnell Talks Supreme Court And Why He’s Republishing His Book “Deadly Force”
Thousands rallied in Pittsburgh over the weekend after the deadly police shooting of unarmed 17-year-old Antwon Rose — a story much like one that happened right here in Boston more than 40 years ago, which inspired MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell’s 1983 book, “Deadly Force: The True Story of How a Badge Can Become a License to Kill.” O’Donnell joined Jim Braude to discuss the book, which is now being republished.

Boston Photographer Is Shining The Spotlight On Local Immigrant Success Stories — Literally
Photographer Erik Jacobs is quite literally shining a light on immigrant success stories in Boston, projecting portraits of local immigrants and refugees onto famous Boston landmarks for his project “Boston Stands With Immigrants.” Jacobs and one of his subjects, Syrian singer-songwriter and composer Nano Raies, joined Jim Braude to discuss.

Grammy And CMA Award Winner Lori McKenna Talks Fame, Family And Sings From Her New Album, “The Tree”
Born and raised in Stoughton, Massachusetts, two-time Grammy and CMA award-winning singer-songwriter Lori McKenna has even dedicated a whole album to the state. Now, in her latest album, “The Tree,” out July 20, McKenna is taking a long look at family, including a song dedicated to her 83-year-old father.

IMHO: It’s Time For SCOTUS Term Limits
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on (and a solution to) the chaos that has followed Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s resignation.