Is It Now Time To Discuss President Trump’s Mental State?
Many people know that the field of psychiatry has typically declared it unethical for practitioners to diagnose public figures from afar, but a schism within the profession has emerged during Trump's presidency. Some experts have argued that given President Trump’s pattern of various troubling behaviors, it is important for the public to have such expert opinion available. Jim Braude was joined by Dr. Leonard Glass, an associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, a psychiatrist at McLean Hospital, and a contributor to the book, "The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 37 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess A President"; and Fergus Cullen, former chair of the New Hampshire Republican Party from 2007 to 2008.

‘Fall & Rise: The Story Of 9/11’ Gives An Intimate Portrait Of The Lives That Day
While many books have been written about the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, a new book from a local author gives up-close-and-personal accounts of those who died, how they lived, and their final moments in the face of certain tragedy. Jim Braude was joined by Mitchell Zuckoff.

Mental Health Accessibility For Trans Students
As college campuses face what many describe as a mental health crisis, a growing number of universities and colleges are providing more resources to better support their students. But a new study finds there are some glaring disparities among trans and nonbinary students when it comes to mental health. Cristina Quinn reports.

IMHO: Trump’s War On Words
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on Trump’s special relationship with the English language.