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Cosby in Prison and Its Implications in the MeToo Era

Cosby in Prison and Its Implications in the MeToo Era

Bill Cosby, once known to millions as “America’s Dad,” was sentenced to three to ten years in state prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in his home in 2004.

Trump Inc. Looks at Elliott Broidy's Influence in the Presidency

Elliott Broidy is a relatively minor character in the intersection of Trump's business and his presidency.

DNC Chair Keith Ellison Fights Off Claims He Was Physically and Emotionally Abusive to Ex

The chairman of the Democratic National Committee Keith Ellison is fighting back allegations from his ex-girlfriend that he was physically and emotionally abusive.

Transitioning Out Of Prison: Empowering Women to Find Jobs

How do you find a job after being released from prison? A non-profit in Miami is helping women make that transition.

How Criminal Records Make Life Harder in California

Amika Mota was jailed for seven years in California. But after her release, she found that life with a criminal record could be just as difficult.

The Alt-Right Has a New (Super)Hero

A new episode from Reveal looks at a new racist alt-right superhero.

Guests:

Lisa Bloom

Graham Bowley

Brittney Cooper

Andrea Bernstein

Briana Bierschbach

Nadege Green

Al Letson

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