Related Program: All Things Considered How much power does President Trump have? Less than you might think By Kim Malcolm & Andy Hurst • Jan 31, 2018 Related Program: All Things Considered TweetShareGoogle+Email Then-presidential candidate Donald Trump, pictured here 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference. Flickr Photo/Gage Skidmore (CC BY SA 2.0)/https://flic.kr/p/e41ELr Listen Listening... / 5:09 Kim Malcolm talks with University of Washington law professors Lisa Manheim and Kathryn Watts about their new book, "The Limits of Presidential Power: A Citizen's Guide to the Law." Tags: Donald TrumpgovernmentCongresslaw and courtsbooksUniversity of WashingtonTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content I was alone, broke and worn out. So, why did I stay in Seattle? By Michael Perera • Jan 30, 2018 KUOW Photo/Lisa Wang Michael Perera gave this talk as part of a KUOW-sponsored “Why We Stayed Here” event that took place at Theatre Off Jackson on January 17. It has been edited and republished with permission. I started putting this talk together the day after it was announced that someone who lives in Seattle is officially the richest person of all time. I’m guessing it’s not one of the people in this room. But if it is, can you give me a ride home? #MeToo has us asking: What's next? By Jeannie Yandel, Marcie Sillman, Bill Radke, Jason Pagano, Amina Al-Sadi & Adwoa Gyimah-Brempong • Jan 30, 2018 Listen Listening... / 52:01 Today on The Record we're looking at the #MeToo and Time's Up movements here in Washington state. How did we get here and what we can do next?