Two Instances of Once-In-A-Generation Floods Leave Many Questioning Region Preparedness 
With two monster storms causing once-in-a-generation flooding eight weeks apart, what exactly is the city of Boston doing to address these environmental? Jim Braude was joined by Emily Norton, chapter director of the Massachusetts Sierra Club and Newton city councilor, and Richard McGuinness, deputy director for climate change and environmental planning at the Boston Planning & Development Agency — formerly known as the Boston Redevelopment Authority, to discuss.
Partisan Paralysis Continues For Congress
With no action on DACA or guns, is Congress’ partisan paralysis getting worse? Jim Braude was joined by Jesse Mermell, former communications director for Governor Patrick, and former state treasurer Joe Malone to discuss whether we might see any legislative updates before the midterm elections.
New UMass “Beast Cam” Aims To Catalogue Every Animal Species Possible
Humans cause around 10,000  different animal species to die off each year, according the World Wildlife Federation. One Massachusetts school is trying to catalogue every species possible, while they're still alive. The"Beast Cam" is a new, 3-D technology developed at UMass Amherst and Carrie Saldo reports that researchers there are hoping it could have save some critically endangered animals.
IMHO: Race To The Bottom On Guns
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on who’s winning the worldwide race to the bottom on gun control — sadly, it’s us.