The FBI, the Justice Department's inspector general and the New York City medical examiner will investigate how billionaire and convicted sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his jail cell at Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan early Saturday morning.
Conspiracy theories have taken root in the vacuum of unanswered questions and missteps. Many are unsubstantiated, others are based on credible suspicion. The bigger problem is that the conspiracy theories have gone mainstream. The belief that some kind of conspiracy might exist reflects a growing distrust in government that has been nurtured and encouraged by President Trump.
Also this hour: The president and first lady posed for a photo with Paul Anchando last week on their visit to El Paso, Texas to visit with survivors and families of victims killed in last week's mass shooting. Paul is the orphaned son of two parents who died protecting him. So, why are the president and first lady smiling in the photo?
Lastly, Connecticut's oldest continuously operating independent cinema is for sale. We'll talk about why.
- Carol Leonnig - Investigative reporter for The Washington Post
- Rhonda Garelick - The Critic of Aesthetics at New York Magazine, where she writes a column titled, "Reading Signs" for The Cut. She's the author of Mademoiselle: Coco Chanel and the Pulse of History
- Doug Richardson - Manager at Bantam Cinema
- Sidney Koch - Co-owner of Bantam Cinema
Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show