Could The Trial Of Former Campaign Chair Paul Manafort Spell Legal Trouble For President Trump?
The trial of former Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort began Tuesday — the first trial in the Mueller probe. Could the trial spell trouble for President Trump’s legal issues down the line? Jim Braude was joined by Brian Kelly, partner at Nixon Peabody and a former Assistant U.S. Attorney who oversaw the prosecution of James Whitey Bulger and Ron Sullivan, a Harvard Law School professor and director of Harvard's Criminal Justice Institute, who served as one of Aaron Hernandez' attorneys in his successful defense against two murder charges, to discuss.

Boston Business Leaders Back “Yes On 3” Citing Economic Concerns
Local Boston business leaders held an event today in support of the “Yes on 3” ballot initiative that will decide whether or not to repeal the current state law protecting transgender people from discrimination in public accommodations. Jim Braude was joined by Jane Steinmetz, the Boston managing principal at Ernst and Young, and Jim Rooney, president and CEO of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, to discuss their support for “Yes on 3.”

A Dorchester Business Owner Looks To Micro-Housing To Help His Employees
The Boston housing market has been hot lately, with high prices in areas that used to be considered affordable. A Dorchester business owner is trying to change that — proposing building apartments that are cheap and small for his own employees. Adam Reilly has the report.

IMHO: Black Murder Victims Matter
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the Washington Post report that found that statistically, Boston Police are twice as likely to arrest a murder suspect if the murder victim was white, as opposed to if the victim was black.