During Bill Clinton’s eight years in the White House, Hillary Clinton may have been much more involved in decision-making than the public ever knew. Biographer Sally Bedell Smith suggests that if Hillary were elected, we’d actually have two presidents in office. Plus, on Underreported, find out why Alabama’s Democratic Governor was convicted of corruption while Republicans involved in similar scandals were not. We hear about an exhibition of over 200 Dutch masterpieces at the Met. Also, one man’s transformation from unhappy teenager to legendary pool hustler. Plus: celebrating Mexico's Day of the Dead here in New York City.
The Leonard Lopate Show is hosting a new Thanksgiving cartoon contest, Cartoon Cornucopia! Check it out and be sure to submit your original cartoon by Wednesday, November 14 at noon.