Family Of New York Doctor Who Died By Suicide Aims To Shed Light On Pandemic Mental Health Strain
Reports of extreme stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health conditions have significantly increased among doctors and nurses since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The issue gained particular attention in April, when Dr. Lorna Breen died by suicide after treating emergency room patients in New York during the city’s surge and experiencing COVID-19 symptoms herself. Breen’s brother-in-law, Corey Feist, and Dr. Beth Lown of Harvard Medical School and the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare joined Jim Braude to tell Dr. Breen’s story and discuss the need for stronger support systems for healthcare workers.

What Options Does The Senate Have In The Impeachment Trial Of A President No Longer In Office?
What will former President Donald Trump’s second Senate trial look like now that his time in the White House is over? And what are the chances he’ll be barred from future office? Harvard Law School professor and New Yorker writer Jeannie Suk Gersen gave her analysis.

‘Trump’s American Carnage,' From His Ascendance To The Presidency To The Capitol Riot
Director, writer and producer Michael Kirk retraces the path from Donald Trump’s ascendance to the presidency to the events of Jan. 6 and the Capitol riot in his new Frontline documentary "Trump's American Carnage."