John Kerry On The Highs and Lows of His Career – and America’s Current Path
In "Every Day is Extra," John Kerry looks back on his life — from his boyhood as son of a diplomat to his service in Vietnam, returning to deliver one of the most powerful pieces of senate testimony in U-S history about veterans dying “for a mistake.” Kerry went on to have a long career in public service, eventually becoming the 2004 Democratic presidential candidate, and then Secretary of State under President Barack Obama. It's all laid out — the highs, lows, and everything in between — in his new memoir. Jim Braude was joined by John Kerry to discuss.

IMHO: Puerto Rico’s Taxation Without Representation
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the argument to make Puerto Rico a state.