9:00 a.m.: Police Accountability Task Force: Restoring trust between the Chicago Police and the communities they serve.
10:00 a.m.: The Guardian’s ongoing investigation of Homan Square which details allegations and accounts of abuse inside a secretive facility operated by the Chicago police department, has new shocking developments, that are being released this week in a three-part series. GUEST: Spencer Ackerman, U.S. security editor at The Guardian.com
10:30 a.m.: Lawmakers keep Flint money out of energy bill..Bipartisan Senate leaders reached an agreement Wednesday on a long-stalled energy modernization bill that some had hoped would includ money to address the drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Guest: Sam Riddle, political director for the National Action Network, Michigan
11:00 a.m.: Two year after it was perpetrated, the kidnapping of nearly 300 schoolgirls by a jihadist group in Nigeria remains a crime almost too horrifying to comprehend: Hundreds of teenaged girls, just finishing school, destined perhaps for significant achievement — kidnapped, never to be seen again. Guest: Adotei Akwai, managing director at Amnesty International
11:30 a.m.: Here comes the Millennials: How much better would our quality of life be without cellphone technology. Guest: Ja-Nee-la McKinney student at city colleges and Justine Shaifer, president of the student body at Hampton University