How Much Of The Mueller Report Will Be Made Public?
The release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is reportedly near. But big questions remain about how many of the findings will be made public.

Jim Braude was joined by Bruce Singal, a defense attorney who worked alongside Mueller in the U.S. Attorney’s office in Boston; and Jack Cunha defense attorney and principal with Cunha and Holcomb.

Using Artful Classroom Doors To Teach Black History
While many of today’s students are used to learning with iPads and Smartboards — as Tina Martin reports, this Black History month teachers are bringing untold stories to life on a decidedly more low-tech surface: their classroom doors.

Honoring Suffragists And Working To Finish Their Unfinished Business
The Equal Rights Amendment — a guarantee of civil rights, regardless of gender — passed in Congress in 1972. But nearly 50 years later, it is still awaiting ratification. The ongoing fight for those rights and the women behind it are at the center of two new books by local authors: “Mr. President, How Long Must We Wait?: Alice Paul, Woodrow Wilson, and the Fight for the Right to Vote,” by Tina Cassidy, and “She The People: A Graphic History of Uprisings, Breakdowns, Setbacks, Revolts, and Enduring Hope on the Unfinished Road to Women's Equality,” by Jen Deaderick.

IMHO: No Pants? Big Problem
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on one Air France passenger who made himself a little too at home on a recent flight to LAX.