On today's episode of Boston Public Radio:

  • Democrats have unveiled an ambitious new proposal for fighting climate change, the "Green New Deal." Joining us on the line to explain the proposal was Congressman Bill Keating of the 9th district of Massachusetts. Keating is on the House Foreign Affairs Committees, where he serves as chairman of the Europe, Eurasia, Energy, and the Environment Subcommittee.
  • We opened up the lines and asked you: Do you think the Green New Deal could work? Do you support it?
  • Emily Rooney, host of "Beat the Press," shared her famous list of observations and frustrations.
  • Boston Mayor Marty Walsh took our questions and yours on "Ask the Mayor."
  • Have the latest revelationsabout Elizabeth Warren's Native American ancestry doomed her shot at beating Trump? We asked Shirley Leung, interim editorial page editor for the Boston Globe.
  • Callie Crossley, host of "Under the Radar with Callie Crossley," looked at the ways former First Lady Michelle Obama reinvented the book tour while promoting her new memoir, "Becoming."
  • Husband-and-wife duo Joanne Chang and Christopher Myers of Myers + Chang and Flour Bakery faced off on a sweet News Quiz.