With Senate Split Over FBI Report, Kavanaugh Confirmation In Limbo Ahead Of Final Vote
After a five-day investigation into allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh, Senate Democrats and Republicans are split ahead of a final vote, scheduled for Saturday. With the American public as divided as their representatives in the Senate, what happens on Sunday — confirmation or not? Jim Braude was joined by his Boston Public Radio co-host, Margery Eagan, and Michael Curry, chair of the NAACP Advocacy and Policy Committee.

Author Michael Lewis On ‘The Fifth Risk’ Within The Trump Administration
Michael Lewis, author of "The Big Short," "Moneyball" and more, joined Jim Braude to discuss his latest book, "The Fifth Risk," and his fears about the bureaucrats behind the wheel of the Trump administration.

Fourth Annual HUBweek Looks Towards An ‘Inclusive And Equitable Future’
They call it the “fairground of the future,” and next week, tens of thousands of people are expected to take part in the fourth annual HUBweek festival, at locations around Boston, Cambridge and Somerville. The driving force behind the festival, Boston Globe Managing Director Linda Pizzuti Henry joined Jim Braude to discuss.

IMHO: A Joke Too Far
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on Donald Trump’s jokes about Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford and the supporters who laughed and cheered along.