• Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates told lawmakers yesterday that she requested a meeting with the White House in late January to alert them that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn had lied about his conversations with the Russian ambassador to the U.S.
• In New Orleans, tensions heightened over the efforts to remove Confederate monuments from public areas around the city.
• The heat is turning up at Bethune-Cookman University after administration officials invited Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to be the historically Black college’s commencement speaker.
• In the final installment of the politics and the pulpit panel from Bishop TD Jakes’ International Pastors and leadership Conference April D. Ryan, Paula White-Cain, Joshua DuBois, Father Michael Pfleger and Bishop Harry Jackson discuss how religious voices can affect the thinking of a president as well as how prophetic voices can impact policy.
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast