Jun 6, 2023
The weather keeps getting wilder, with another heat-inducing El Nino on the way. What can we do to prepare for more drought, wildfires, and floods? What about hurricanes? Meteorologist Carl Parker provides some answers.
May 30, 2023
The U.S. Government and the World Health Organization have officially declared an end to the COVID emergency. Really? Bioethicist Art Caplan says the virus is still around, and he adds that we didn't seem to learn coping skills during the pandemic.
May 23, 2023
Lately, we've noticed that, on many political issues, the polls say one thing, state legislatures do the opposite. Political columnist Dick Polman says that's the result of years of behind-the-scenes work by political operatives on the local level.
May 16, 2023
Guest Host Mat Kaplan takes us through the maze that is the minds of John Timpane and Don Rooney, to find out what has made the podcast tick all these years. (Be sure to check for ticks when it's done!)
May 9, 2023
Did you know that standing by a pond and listening to the frogs can help save wetlands? Carrie Bassett tells us why that's true and how you can become a citizen scientist as part of FrogWatch USA.