Overcoming Hate; FDA Approves New Flu Treatment; Fall Foliage Arrives

Attacking a synagogue rattled far more than the American Jewish community. We'll hear how what took place in Pittsburgh is changing conversations - and minds, in Cleveland.

With the arrival of flu season comes a new treatment for the virus.

And, we're finally seeing fall colors outside. We'll learn why the color change hit later than usual this year.

Guests: 

Rabbi Jonathan Cohen, The Temple-Tifereth Israel

Susan Rehm, MD, Vice Chair of the Department of Infectious Disease, Cleveland Clinic

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