In BackStory’s first history grab bag, Joanne, Brian and Nathan discuss the history behind items in this week’s news. They’ll look at how institutions like government agencies and the press have pushed back against presidents in the past and explore the political uses of satire in American history. They’ll also consider the legacy of Malcolm X, fifty-two years after his death.
A new study finds public servants can't afford to live in the communities they serve. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Kusisto on a Trulia.com study that finds most major metro areas are out of reach for people such as teachers and police officers.