White House Update; (The Day After) College Decision Day; MS-13 Gang Draws National Interest to Long Island; A Feminist's Case for The Pursuit of Happiness

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Coming up on today's show:

  • NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson reports on the latest from the White House, including the Duterte invitation and the budget deal.
  • Yesterday was decision day for high school seniors heading to college. Keshia Clukey, POLITICO education reporter, discusses how New York's new free tuition plan for middle-class families for CUNY and SUNY schools has changed the game.
  • Liz Robbins, immigration reporter for The New York Times, discusses the MS-13 gang's presence in Long Island and Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recent visit with local law enforcement to address the problem, while tying the issue to President Trump’s controversial immigration policy.
  • Jill Filipovic, a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times and a regular columnist for Cosmopolitan.com and the author of The H-Spot: The Feminist Pursuit of Happiness (Nation Books, 2017), says that the solution to ongoing gender equality lies in policy which focuses on happiness as the ultimate goal.