Today on Boston Public Radio:
Journalist Barton Gellman talked about the growing likelihood that President Trump will work to skew election results in his favor, in a conversation about his recent Atlantic piece, “The Election That Could Break America."
We opened lines to talk with listeners about your thoughts on the possibility of a contested November election.
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy discussed America’s longstanding relationship with guns and gun violence, in a conversation about his new book, “The Violence Inside Us.”
Beat the Press Host Emily Rooney weighed in on the possibility that President Trump will question November's election results, discussed news around Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s prostitution charges, and read her famous weekly list of fixations and fulminations.
Media maven Sue O’Connell discussed Friday charges brought by Mass. AG Maura Healey against officials at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home, and the impact that a strongly conservative Supreme Court might have on the future of LGBTQ rights in America.
Under the Radar Host Callie Crossley discussed fallout from this week's decision by a Louisville grand jury not to indict three officers in the shooting of Breonna Taylor, and news that former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is raising millions of dollars to pay fees that would allow former felons to vote.
We opened lines to talk with listeners about the bizarre “flights to nowhere” being offered by airlines looking to draw revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic.