Episode 187 considers the blockbuster Congressional testimony of Trump-fixer Michael Cohen. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images

President Trump’s former “fixer,” Michael Cohen, delivered hours of public testimony to the House Oversight Committee this week, and in doing so he clearly implicated the president in at least one crime.

Eli Sanders, Rich Smith, and Katie Herzog consider what it all means—and whether it’ll be enough to start an impeachment process.

After that, Chase Burns dives into a fascinating and rather upsetting report in The Verge about “The Secret Lives of Facebook Moderators.” The lives in question are pretty dark, and they raise a lot of urgent issues about Facebook and digital platforms in general.

Finally, Jasmyne Keimig processes the Oscars and all the ongoing anger at Green Book winning Best Picture.

Plus, as always, the music of Ahamefule J. Oluo.