Republicans Storm Impeachment Proceedings In Attempts To Stall
A group of House Republicans barged into the secure room where the Pentagon's top official on Ukraine was testifying in the impeachment inquiry — holding up proceedings for hours, demanding access to the closed-door sessions where only members of the three committees overseeing the inquiry have been allowed. But while Republicans attack the process, Democrats are fighting to keep focus on the content of the inquiry, including revealing new testimony from acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor. Jim Braude was joined by James Rappaport, Trump supporter and former chair of the Massachusetts Republican committee; and Gautam Mukunda, a Harvard Kennedy School fellow and author of "Indispensable: When Leaders Really Matter."

One Intersex Woman’s Journey From Zimbabwe To The United States
When Tatenda Ngwaru moved to the United States seeking asylum, she expected to find more understanding of her experience as an intersex person than she had in her small town in Zimbabwe, where she was treated as an outcast. But upon her arrival, she found that many people in her new home also misunderstood her. Cristina Quinn reports.

Filmmaker François Ozon On His Film, ‘By The Grace Of God’
More than 15 years after a series of reports from The Boston Globe exposed widespread sexual abuse by Catholic priests, the church is still reeling from accusations of misconduct and cover-ups. In France, Reverend Bernard Preynat was accused of molesting as many as 70 children, which Cardinal Phillippe Babarin did not report to authorities. Their stories are now the focus of a new, dramatized film that follows three of Preynat's survivors: Alexandre, François and Emmanuel. "By the Grace of God" took second place for the Grand Jury Prize at this year's Berlin Film Festival. Jim Braude was joined by the man behind it, celebrated filmmaker François Ozon.