U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling Sits Down With Greater Boston To Talk Marijuana, Immigration
The state’s top federal law enforcement officer, U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Andrew Lelling, joined Jim Braude to discuss his caseload ranging from prosecuting 25 on charges of identity theft and benefits fraud — 21 of whom were undocumented — to his office’s priorities on drugs and marijuana, and more.

Does Growing Support For Impeachment Among Democrats Put The Blue Wave At Risk?
A new Quinnipiac poll shows that Democrats' calls to impeach President Trump are only growing louder, but could too much impeachment talk backfire against Democrats in the midterm elections? Jim Braude was joined by Martha Coakley, partner at Foley Hoag and former state attorney general and Joe Malone, a former state treasurer and Trump supporter.

Giacomo Casanova At The MFA
Legendary lothario Giacomo Casanova wasn’t an artist, but he did have a taste for the finer things in life — which is why a new exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts is luring visitors with the fine art, clothing, and objects of the original playboy's 18th century Europe. Arts Editor Jared Bowen has the report.

IMHO: Catholic Church Complicity
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the latest case of clergy abuse and the complicity of the Catholic Church.