If his Twitter activity is any indication, President Donald Trump is getting nervous about what's coming next out of the Mueller investigation — especially as it relates to the testimony of his former fixer, Michael Cohen, who's been cooperating with the special counsel. Legal observers have pointed to his disparaging tweet towards Cohen as potential evidence of obstruction of justice. Meanwhile, three sentencing memos are due from Mueller this week: for Cohen, former security advisor Michael Flynn, and ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort. To discuss the latest in the Russia probe, Jim Braude was joined by former U.S. attorney Don Stern, who worked alongside Robert Mueller both during his stint with the Department of Justice and in private practice at Hale and Dorr; and Nancy Gertner, retired federal judge and senior lecturer at Harvard Law School.
Greater Boston StaffDecember 18, 2018 07:43 PM
Sean Ellis On His Dropped Charges — 25 Years LaterEllis' conviction for a detective's 1993 murder was overturned in 2015, with the judge citing concerns about police corruption. Suffolk prosecutors announced Monday they would not retry him.
Greater Boston StaffDecember 18, 2018 07:29 PM
Jimmy Tingle’s Political Ambitions Were No JokeThe Boston comedian joined Jim Braude to discuss his run for Massachusetts lieutenant governor.
Greater Boston StaffDecember 18, 2018 07:16 PM
IMHO: Never Too Young To Fight Climate ChangeJim Braude on how we can all take inspiration from 15-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg.
Stephanie LeydonDecember 18, 2018 06:36 PM
Same-Sex Parents Hope New Form Will End A Legal LimboMassachusetts is among the first states to allow gay couples to claim parental rights even when they’re not married, but a lag-time between a court ruling and a paperwork update has left some families in legal limbo.