Robert Kraft Faces Prostitution Charges — What’s Next For His Reputation?
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution in Florida, along with 24 other men, on Friday. Kraft has denied the charges. In a city where the Patriots owner is known just as much for his philanthropy as he is for his football team, is the Kraft name forever tarnished?

Adam Reilly talks with national NFL reporter for The Boston Globe Ben Volin, and former athletic director at Northeastern University Peter Roby.

Massachusetts AG's Office Aims To Clamp Down On Wage Theft
Over the past year, the state Attorney General's office has been cracking down, dolling out nearly $3 million in penalties against construction companies — where, as WGBH News' Arun Rath reports, wage theft is far too common.

Warren And Sanders: Is There Room For Two Progressive Democrats?
Both Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have announced their 2020 presidential run while laying out a platform of similar populist ideals. Sanders has raised more than $10 million since he announced his run last week, including nearly $6 million on the day he announced. This dwarfs Warren's first day total of just under $300,000. Is the Democratic primary big enough for the two of them? Which one would be strongest candidate against President Donald Trump?

Adam Reilly was joined by local author Jen Deaderick, a Warren supporter, Democratic state Sen. Jamie Eldridge, who was a Sanders delegate in 2016, and Democratic state Rep. Nika Elugardo, who is still undecided for 2020.