As Detroit Schools Shut Down Water Over Lead Concerns, Contamination Points to a National Crisis
Days before Detroit's public schools opened for the school year, drinking water was shut off district-wide when test results showed elevated lead and copper levels.
We get the latest on how a sexual assault allegation could impact the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh and hear from listeners on how they feel about the accusation.
Left-leaning counties in New Jersey rely on millions of dollars from ICE to maintain the county's jails.
Almost one year since Hurricane Maria made landfall, we talk to a journalism student, at the University of the Sacred Heart, about the role of the media after the storm.
Sofia Bozzo Gutierrez