Almost 90 years ago, a valuable painting in Jewish newspaper publisher Rudolph Mosse's Berlin collection was stolen by Nazis, and disappeared. Last week, the FBI announced the painting had been recovered and returned to Mosse's heirs. It had been found at the Arkell Museum in Canajoharie, New York. Reporter Eduardo Medina covered the return of the painting and reveals what happened to it in the decades after it was stolen.
Also on this episode, Times Union Editor Casey Seiler and reporter Rob Gavin preview the upcoming sentencing of NXIVM leader Keith Raniere, and Editorial Editor Jay Jochnowitz explains the Editorial Board's decision to endorse a candidate for president.