New Hampshire Outcomes, Bloomberg’s Racist Comments, And The DOJ’s Roger Stone Intervention
New Hampshire voters handed a primary win Tuesday to Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who was closely followed by former South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg and, in a surprise upset, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar in third.

Meanwhile, many began to criticize one Democratic presidential candidate who was not on the ballot that day, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, for comments he made in 2015 while defending his much-maligned ‘stop-and-frisk’ policing policy.

On the Republican side of things, questions were raised about whether President Trump personally requested that the Department of Justice reverse course after federal prosecutors sought a harsh sentence for his convicted ally, Roger Stone.

Shannon O’Brien, former state treasurer and democratic candidate for governor; and Ben Clements, a former federal prosecutor and co-author of ‘The Constitution Demands It: The Case for the Impeachment of Donald Trump,’ discussed these issues with Jim Braude Wednesday on Greater Boston.

Harvey Weinstein’s Trial And His Lawyer’s Victim-Blaming Comments
As Harvey Weinstein’s trial on rape and sexual assault charges continues this week, victim-blaming comments that one of his lawyers made to a reporter are also drawing attention.

Tina Opie, associate professor at Babson College; and Jen Deaderick, author of ‘She The People,’ spoke Wednesday on Greater Boston with host Jim Braude to discuss the developments.

Boston Researchers Take On The Challenge Of A Coronavirus Vaccine
The Greater Boston area has one of the world’s largest clusters of scientific and biotech research facilities, so it makes sense that researchers here are working intensely on a vaccine for the novel coronavirus that has now killed more than 1,1000 people worldwide, particularly in China. Liz Neisloss takes a look at one such research effort, and also examines whether the common flu is a greater threat to New England residents.

IMHO: Ban The Broker’s Fee
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on why Massachusetts should take a lesson from housing advocates in New York and do away with expensive brokers' fees.