Trump’s Executive Order To Allegedly Fight Anti-Semitism
A new executive order signed by President Trump on Wednesday could change the way that federal anti-discrimination laws are applied in cases of alleged hate incidents against Jewish Americans. The order instructs the government to “consider” the definition of anti-Semitism adopted by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance. The Trump administration has said the change is needed to fight anti-Semitism on college campuses, but some critics have questioned these motives and raised concerns about its impact on free speech.

In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly was joined by Janette Hillis-Jaffe, the New England Regional Director of J-Street, and Robert Leikind, regional director of American Jewish Committee (AJC) New England.

Fighting Vaping Addiction Amidst The Lift On The Overall Sales Ban
The emergency ban on vape product sales is technically over in Massachusetts today, but it's not back to business as usual, either.
A new state law is banning all flavored nicotine vape products, limits the amount of nicotine content in vape pods, and taxes vape products at 75 percent. One of the goals of both the ban and the new law is to make it harder for teens to vape. But what about the kids who are already hooked? As Stephanie Leydon tells us, they’re dealing with a nicotine addiction more powerful than that of cigarettes, which could have long-lasting consequences.

The Harlem Globetrotters Push The Limits Even More
The Harlem Globetrotters currently hold 22 Guinness World Records for feats ranging from longest shot under one leg to most slam dunks in one minute to most half-court shots in an hour. It's more than enough to put them down in trick-shot history, but the Globetrotters have no plans of letting up. In this year's world tour, aptly named "Pushing the Limits,” they plan to set a new world record in every game.

In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly was joined by Moose Weekes and Dragon Taylor.