Subpoenas Swirl In DC As Constitutional Conflict Builds
A congressional showdown has taken Washington by storm this week, as Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee voted to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress for ignoring their subpoena for the unredacted Mueller report and its underlying evidence. Meanwhile, the Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee shocked many when it subpoenaed Donald Trump Jr. over previous testimony he gave regarding Russia, and when he knew what about the Trump Tower Moscow project.

These developments come on the tail of a New York Times report on the president's taxes, showing he lost more than $1 billion between 1985 and 1994. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Gautam Mukunda, a Harvard Kennedy School fellow and author of ‘Indispensible: When Leaders Really Matter,’ and Charlie Chieppo, senior fellow at the Pioneer Institute and former policy director for Gov. Mitt Romney.

Secretary Norman Mineta’s American Story
From a prisoner of the United States government, to one of its most influential leaders, Norman Mineta's path to public service hasn't been traditional. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the U.S. military sent him and his family — along with 110,000 other Japanese-American citizens — to internment camps around the country. As an adult, Mineta went on to have a long and successful career in the upper echelons of the same government that had once imprisoned him, becoming a mayor, a member of Congress, and finally a secretary in both the Clinton and Bush administrations. His story of service and sacrifice is the focus of a new documentary, "Norman Mineta and His Legacy: An American Story." Jim Braude was joined by Secretary Mineta to discuss his journey.

Mother’s Day Highlights The Pain Of The City’s Unsolved Murders
This Sunday, as they do every Mother’s Day, hundreds of people will march in memory of the city’s victims of violence. Many will be remembering their own children. For some, the loss is particularly painful because their children’s murders have gone unsolved. Now, as Tina Martin reports, after years of waiting, parents have renewed hope that justice will prevail.

IMHO: Big Tech Is Watching
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on why you might want to reconsider that Alexa contraption you have in your living room.