• We asked you about negative campaigning. Do you find that you are more responsive to a candidate who points out the flaws of an opponent? Or one who campaigns on a positive message?
  • Shirley Leung, interim editorial page editor for the Boston Globe, discussed her paper's endorsements in local races.
  • Beat the Presshost Emily Rooney shared her thoughts on infamous mobster Whitey Bulger's death in prison.
  • Google employees across the country — including at their offices in Cambridge — staged a walk-out to protest the company's sexual harassment policies. Tech writer Andy Ihnatko explained.
  • Callie Crossley, host of "Under the Radar with Callie Crossley," looked at Oprah Winfrey stumping for gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams in Georgia and a viral article explaining why some young people aren't voting this year.
  • Playwright Ryan Landry gave us his thoughts about about the new Freddie Mercury/Queen biopic.
  • We're pitting donkeys against elephants for our election-themed News Quiz. Bill Langbauer is an elephant expert and a professor at Bridgewater State University, and Judy Ballantine is a founding member of "Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue."