Here's the Radio Boston rundown for Dec. 16. Tiziana Dearing is our host.
- Snow and cold temperatures are headed to the Boston area this week. WBUR Meterologist Dave Epstein tells us what we can expect.
- We get the latest from the world of sports, including reactions to the Patriots and Bruins wins from over the weekend, and a look at the ongoing spat between major and minor league baseball.
- As Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren runs for president, the federal agency she helped create is under new scrutiny. Richard Cordray, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's first director, stopped by to discuss the legacy of the bureau and future trends in consumer protection.
- What happens when impeachment collides with Christmas? We break down how politics has impacted our relationships and how best to navigate turbulent waters when home for the holidays.
This program aired on December 16, 2019.