Massacres In Texas, Ohio Prompt A Debate About Free Speech And Prevention
Following mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, that left the nation reeling, many have pointed to the need for authorities to crack down more on the threat of white nationalist terrorism. But some argue that doing so through monitoring hate speech on websites and social media would be improper because of free speech concerns.

Jim Braude was joined by Michael Curry, former president of the Boston NAACP and current chair of the NAACP Advocacy & Policy Committee, Nadeem Mazen, president and co-founder of JetPac, a Muslim American political advocacy organization, and founder of, and civil liberties attorney Harvey Silvergate.

Rhode Island Rides Toward Future With Self-Driving Shuttles
After yet another MBTA derailment Wednesday morning, you may be joining the chorus of voices saying there must be a better way. While we struggle to upgrade our rail systems, could self-driving shuttle buses be the answer? As Stephanie Leydon reports, Providence, Rhode Island is testing it out.

Diane Hoffman, 92-Year-Old World Record Runner, On Her Secrets To Success
Local resident Diane Hoffman set a new world record for her age category in the 400-meter dash in July, just days before her 92nd birthday, despite not really considering herself a runner. But she still thinks she could have broken a few more records.

Jim Braude was joined by Diane Hoffman and her son, Matthew.

IMHO: Remembering Toni Morrison
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the gifts of Toni Morrison’s life and literature.