Former Ambassador Nicholas Burns On Last Week's Impeachment Hearings
The House Judiciary Committee announced Tuesday that it will hold a hearing on Dec. 4 to continue the impeachment hearings, and invited President Donald Trump and/or his counsel to take part. Last week’s full schedule of testimonies highlighted a range of evidence against Trump, as well as House Republicans' strategy of defending the president.

To discuss the impact of Trump's agenda in Ukraine and the hearings on America’s foreign policy, Jim Braude was joined by Nicholas Burns, former undersecretary of state and former U.S. ambassador to NATO.

Celtics Player Enes Kanter On His Efforts To Fight Turkey’s Authoritarian Leader
Celtics center Enes Kanter has long used his platform as a professional athlete to bring attention to the political oppression of Turkish President Recep Erdogan, whom President Donald Trump recently heavily praised during a White House press conference. Kanter's efforts haven’t come without sacrifice, as he is unable to return to Turkey and has not seen his family for years, but he says it is worth it to raise awareness and fight for those living back home.

Jim Braude was joined by Enes Kanter.

Massachusetts Dad Offers Soup With A Side Of Compassion
Sometimes the smallest acts can make the biggest difference in a person’s life. That idea is the driving force for one Bridgewater man known simply as "The Soupman." And as Liz Neisloss reports, his mission is a personal one.

IMHO: ‘Humanity … It’s Great’
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on some of humanity’s more generous recent moments.