President Trump On The Defensive After Report Details His Insults Of American Fallen Soldiers
Since last week’s report from The Atlantic that President Donald Trump called American soldiers who died in war “losers” and “suckers,” and claiming that “nobody wants to see” wounded veterans in a military parade, the White House has been on the defensive. The reported remarks, however, fall in line with other public insults Trump has launched at Americans who have died or been injured in war. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Washington Post investigative reporter Michael Kranish.

Does Sewage Waste Hold Key Information About The Spread Of COVID-19?
Towns and cities across Massachusetts are keeping a close eye on COVID-19 numbers, especially with the re-opening of some schools in the state. So far, test results are the main metric that public officials are using to monitor things, but another approach — analyzing wastewater — may prove promising. Cristina Quinn reports.

College Student Walks From Virginia To Boston To Raise Awareness About Homelessness
Students are back on campus at Boston College, but for one student, the trip to campus took a lot longer than most. Sophomore Gordon Wayne walked more than 550 miles from his hometown in Virginia to Boston to raise awareness about homelessness after he recently spent more than a year without a home and living out of his car. He documented his journey on his Instagram page, @GordonCWayne — with which he has raised nearly $30,000 for the National Alliance to End Homelessness. He joined Jim Braude to discuss his journey.