Joan Walsh says FBI Director James Comey’s blunt criticism of Hillary Clinton’s handling of her e-mail provides the presidential hopeful with an opportunity to acknowledge her mistakes and to make amends. Walsh is The Nation’s national affairs correspondent.
Plus, we found something else to worry about: cyber attacks on the US paralyzing our electric grid and our water supply. The award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney has a new documentary about that, called Zero Days—it opens this Friday.
Also: Ben Ehrenreich and Amy Wilentz talk about about life for Palestinians in the West Bank. Wilentz is a contributing editor at The Nation, and Ehrenreich’s new book is The Way to the Spring: Life and Death in Palestine.
And A Prairie Home Companion is ending its long run on public radio—Garrison Keillor explains that the secret of the show’s success was “no competition.”