Coming up on today's show:
- The New York City Council will hear a package of bills Monday that would make summonses for low-level offenses, like public urination and drinking from an open container in public, civil – rather than criminal – offenses. Hear how the new system would work and the implications for “broken windows” policing.
- Rich Lowry, editor of The National Review, talks about their new special issue about conservatives against Trump.
- Many people have called out the lack of diversity in this year's nominee list for the Academy Awards, prompting the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite and eliciting award boycotts. Producer and actor Wendell Pierce shares his thoughts.
- Can smart technology can make government more accessible?
- Moroccan French stand-up comedian Gad Elmaleh talks about his quest to become as big a star in the U.S. as he is in France.