Harvey Weinstein Found Guilty On Some Charges In Major #MeToo Trial
A jury found Harvey Weinstein guilty Monday of rape in the third degree and a criminal sex act in the first degree, bringing to an end the closely-watched trial viewed by many as a major moment in the #MeToo movement. They also acquitted Weinstein was also acquitted of a more serious charge of predatory sexual assault, which could have brought with it a life sentence.

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Gina Scaramella, executive director of the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center joined Jim Braude Monday on Greater Boston to talk about the significance of the verdict.

How Is The Democratic Race Shaping Up Post-Nevada?
After the Democratic caucuses in Nevada gave a sizable win to Senator Bernie Sanders, the race moves on to South Carolina. How has the outlook changed for the various candidates?

Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu, who supports Sen. Elizabeth Warren; Nadeem Mazen, former Cambridge City Councilor and founder of Fabrk.io, who supporters Sen. Bernie Sanders; and Steve Grossman, former Massachusetts treasurer and former chair of the Democratic National Committee, who supports Pete Buttigieg, joined Jim Braude Monday on Greater Boston to discuss.

Where Do The 2020 Democrats Stand On Health Care?
WGBH News political reporter Adam Reilly gives a quick overview of where the top candidates in the Democratic field stand on healthcare.

IMHO: Hands-Free Driving
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the newly-enacted hands-free driving law in Massachusetts.