Today on Boston Public Radio:

– NBC “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd broke down the latest headlines around the coronavirus pandemic and the November election.

– Former Suffolk County Sheriff and Secretary of Public Safety Andrea Cabral discussed the Supreme Court’s Monday ruling on federal executions, and a Michigan teenager sent to juvenile detention for falling behind on her homework.

– Ahead of the governor’s press conference, we opened lines to ask listeners: Should Mass. schools with Native American mascots follow the example of Washington's football team and adapt to the times?

– We aired live audio from Gov. Charlie Baker’s Thursday press conference.

– Travel guru Rick Steves talked about the E.U.’s ban on travelers from the U.S., and offered some of his cures for travel withdrawal.

– Tech writer Andy Ihnatko discussed a wide-scale Twitter hack that took place Wednesday night, and news that certain MacBook camera covers are cracking screens.

– We reopened our lines to continue the conversation with listeners about racist school mascots, and whether Mass. should reconsider its own state flag.

– Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu called in to discuss staggering racial disparities in Boston’s business contracts related to COVID-19, and touched on the importance of sustaining public pressure to manifest systemic change in the city.