Today on Boston Public Radio:
- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told The Washington Post in an interview that impeaching President Donald Trump would be too divisive for the country and that "he's just not worth it." We opened up the lines and asked our listeners: Do you agree with her?
- Trenni Kusnierek, anchor and reporter with NBC Sports Boston, discussed the tragic death of Olympic athlete Kelly Catlin.
- Federal prosecutors in Boston today unveiled charges against almost 50 people as part of a college bribery scheme. We went over the case with legal expert Michael Zeldin, a resident fellow at the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School, a CNN legal analyst, and former colleague of Robert Mueller.
- Could you eat the same thing for lunch every day? Corby Kummer — a senior editor at The Atlantic, an award-winning food writer, and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition and Policy — looked at the surprising benefits.
- Move over, Acela — could the Tesla be a better way to travel between Boston and New York? Christopher Muther, columnist and travel writer for The Boston Globe, weighed in.
- John King, CNN’s chief National Correspondent and host of "Inside Politics," went over the latest national news.
- We ended the show with a special preview of A St. Patrick's Day Celtic Sojourn with host Brian O'Donovan and musical guests The Friel Sisters.