Suffolk DA Rachael Rollins Responds To Criticism
While Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins was running for office, she was criticized by police groups and some businesses for her plan to forgo prosecutions in many cases for 15 low-level crimes. Since taking office, the criticism has continued, including in a Boston Globe op-ed from a fellow Massachusetts district attorney. Rollins joined Jim Braude to respond to these criticisms and more.

Encore Boston Harbor CEO Robert DeSalvio On The First Month
Encore Boston Harbor opened for business last month, following a dramatic lead-up that included the state fining its parent company $35 million for its handling of rape and sexual assault accusations against former CEO Steve Wynn. But on opening day, none of that seemed to matter to the thousands who turned up for all the fanfare, fireworks and food, some waiting upwards of 10 hours to get in the door. How has the casino been faring now that the opening festivities have died down? Jim Braude was joined by Encore Boston Harbor President Robert DeSalvio.

How Candidate Andrew Yang’s $1,000/Month Plan Changed A New Hampshire Family
If you watched the Democratic presidential debates, you might remember the awkward moment when Andrew Yang was caught flat footed by a question about his defining issue of providing every adult in the United States $1,000 per month. But while Yang faltered a bit on the big stage in explaining how he would pay for it, he’s already sold one New Hampshire family on his big idea. Adam Reilly reports.

IMHO: Monumental Mishap In Slovenia
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on a new monument in Slovenia that depicts Melania … supposedly.