The latest from Radio Boston
Let Sovereignty Ring: President Trump Speaks Before The United Nations
President Trump spoke in front of the UN today for the first time. The President had pointed words for North Korea, Iran and Venezuela -- and stressed the importance of sovereignty for the United States and every United Nations member state.
U.S. Customs And Border Protection; Football Study
Host Meghna Chakrabarti analyzes President Trump's speech to the United Nations General Assembly. We also talk to the division chief for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection in Swanton, VT and the ACLU on border patrol. And the author of a new study looking at youth tackle football and impaired behavior and cognitive abilities later in life.
Dr. Willie Parker; Affirmative Action
Host Meghna Chakrabarti talks to Dr. Willie Parker on his new book, "Life's Work: A Moral Argument For Choice." We also talk to Natasha Warikoo about her interviews with students at elite universities to explore how they view affirmative action. Plus: The Boston Globe's Ty Burr on the Emmys late night.
Unmasking Dark Money Behind Charter School Ballot Question
The state's office of Campaign and Political Finance levied its largest ever penalty, more than $425,000, on a dark-money organization that was a massive player in last year's battle over ballot Question 2, the proposal to raise the charter school cap in the state.
Week In Review; Dark Money
Host Meghna Chakrabarti reviews the week's biggest headlines with our panel. And we speak to Director of the Office of Campaign and Political Finance, Michael Sullivan, about dark money in politics. Plus: The changing face of Martha's Vineyard and how to protect its iconic landscape.
NH Attack; Sexual Assault On Campus
Host Meghna Chakrabarti speaks to the uncle of the boy who was wounded after a hanging-style attack in New Hampshire. And we talk about Education Secretary Besty DeVos' changes to campus sexual assault rules. Plus: BostonomiX reporter Asma Khalid briefs us on her trip to China.