Elizabeth Warren’s Chances After New Hampshire
After Senator Elizabeth Warren’s fourth-place finish in New Hampshire’s primary, her campaign shifted money around for advertising in South Carolina to Nevada. She maintained this week that her campaign is more of a slow-burning movement that will yield results over time, but pundits questioned her momentum and what her path to victory might now be.

In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly spoke with Joan Vennochi, a columnist for "The Boston Globe," Kaivan Shroff, founder of the group Millennial Democrats and a former digital organizer for Hillary For America, and Stephanie Murray, author of "Politico Massachusetts Playbook," on Thursday's Greater Boston.

Inmates At Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center File Lawsuit Alleging Illegal & Violent Treatment
A group of inmates at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center — a maximum security prison in Shirley — filed a lawsuit against the facility last week, alleging guards there engaged in an illegal and disproportionate crackdown in response to a January assault on a correctional officer. The plaintiffs said they were not involved in the January guard attack and have accused the correctional officers of violent assault and denying them access to their lawyers.

The Department of Corrections responded in a court filing, saying officers took crowd control measures that were necessary, but they did not respond specifically to prisoners’ allegations of physical assault. The lawsuit came amidst growing tensions in the facility, which have also had other, seemingly unrelated attacks in recent weeks — one by an inmate on a different guard and another by an inmate on a fellow inmate.

In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly spoke Elizabeth Matos, executive director of Prisoners’ Legal Services Thursday on Greater Boston.