Coming up on today's show:
- The New Yorker's Jelani Cobb discusses President Obama's commencement speeches at Rutgers and Howard Universities. If you were in the crowd at either commencement, call in!
- The Atlantic's Molly Ball discusses the latest national political news.
- WNYC reporter Cindy Rodriguez, the Data News Team's Jenny Ye, and freelance investigative reporter Lisa Riordan-Seville take an in-depth look at the most popular and successful low-income housing program in the city to see how it's working and how it's failing.
- Malcolm Sparrow, a former British police detective who now teaches at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, says the focus on statistics has led police departments down the wrong path.
- Actress Robin Wright's ("The Princess Bride," "House of Cards") discusses the documentary she produced: "When Elephants Fight," about the impact of foreign mining in the Congo, with JD Stier and Tom Perriello.