50 Charged In Largest School Admissions Scandal Ever
A massive college admissions conspiracy was revealed in Boston federal court on Tuesday, as 50 people nationwide were charged in the largest school admissions scandal ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice. Prosecutors detailed a conspiracy involving a web of bribes, cheating or changing scores on standardized tests, and outright lies — in some cases including applications with photoshopped photos of students playing sports they had never played. A former head coach of the Yale women's soccer team and a former sailing coach at Stanford also pleaded guilty for accepting bribes; other defendants include actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Laughlin.

Jim Braude was joined by Elizabeth Heaton, the vice president of College Coach, which helps families navigate college admissions; and Peter Roby, former athletic director at Northeastern University.

Ensuring Equality For Pot Shop Entrepreneurs
As cities and towns grant licenses to pot shops, some are making a concerted effort to ensure the new business opportunity is accessible to people of color and local residents rather than large monopolies. Cristina Quinn reports.

Alan Cumming On How He Does It All
Modern Renaissance man Alan Cumming has won a Tony for his performance in Cabaret, made history for playing the first gay lead in a broadcast network show ("Instinct"), appeared numerous times on the big screen, opened a nightclub in the Lower East Side, and advocated for causes ranging from Scottish independence, to LGBT rights, to animal welfare.

Jim Braude was joined by Alan Cumming to discuss the source of his inspiration for such a busy life.

IMHO: #MeToo in the Military
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on how the recent testimony from Arizona Sen. Martha McSally highlights the need for greater prevention of — and accountability for — sexual assault in the military.