William Barr Leaves Open Window To Mueller Report Never Going Public
What were the takeaways from today’s Senate hearing for Trump's AG pick, William Barr? And what will they mean for the ongoing investigation into Russian election meddling and questions of possible obstruction of justice and pro-Russian actions by President Trump? Jim Braude was joined by Martha Coakley, former state Attorney General, now partner at Foley Hoag; Renee Landers, Suffolk Professor and constitutional law expert; and Dan Small, a former Assistant U.S. Attorney who has worked with Mueller in the past and is now partner at Holland and Knight.

Susan Crawford On How The U.S. Is Already Behind On The Fiber Optic Movement
The internet revolution changed American political, social and cultural life. But as Harvard Law School professor and author Susan Crawford argues, the United States is still far behind other countries in taking that change to the next level, with a nationwide fiber optic network similar to other public utilities. As a result, she writes, we are missing out on upgrades in our education system, civic life and economy that we need to truly compete in the 21st century. Jim Braude was joined by Susan Crawford.

Fashion In A Fledgling Nation
A new exhibit at the Massachusetts Historical Society is examining the clothing of early settlers. As Arts Editor Jared Bowen reports, while shopping was a challenge for American colonists, they found a way to keep up with trends in Europe.

IMHO: Going Hungry On Campus
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the college students who are saddled with another challenge on top of loan debt: hunger.