Coming up on today's show:
- In our ongoing series of debates between Sanders and Clinton supporters, Congressman Hakeem Jeffries and State Senator Bill Perkins discuss which candidate is better for racial justice.
- Hear about an upcoming vote to raise salaries for New York City Council members.
- As Iowans get ready to pick their candidates for president, WNYC's Andrea Bernstein and Susan Page, Washington Bureau chief of USA TODAY, break down how the caucuses work.
- Georgetown professor and analyst Michael Eric Dyson looks at the Obama presidency and race.
- A recent investigation into the shadowy world of match fixing found evidence of gambling and corruption at the top levels of professional tennis - but no players have been disciplined.