Today, on the Midday News Wrap: An adult film star is suing the president of the United States. The aforementioned president added the former mayor of New York, Rudy Giuliani, to his ever-changing legal team.
The president’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, remains in legal trouble, as a trouble-shooter for Bill Clinton and George W. Bush joins the list of Trump legal dramatis personae. Emmet Flood is replacing Ty Cobb.
A list of questions that Special Counsel Robert Mueller apparently has for President Trump was made public this week.
The Boy Scouts are dropping the "Boy" part. The committee for the Nobel Prize in Literature is dropping its effort to make an award this year. Adidas is under pressure to drop Kanye West after he suggested slavery was a choice.
Local schools have been in the news this week. In Baltimore, City Council President Jack Young has questions about an enrollment task force that he says isn’t inclusive enough.
In Baltimore County, interim Superintendent Verletta White was appointed to her position permanently in a split decision by the County School Board, only to be thrown back into interim status by the Maryland Superintendent of Schools, Karen Salmon.
Joining us from the studios of NPR in Washington, DC is NPR White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe.
Tom is joined in Studio A by Andy Green, the Baltimore Sun Editorial Page Editor; and political scientist, and pollster Dr. Mileah Kromer. Dr. Kromer is the director of the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center at Goucher College, which conducts the widely followed Goucher Poll.