Today on Boston Public Radio:

— NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd discussed the political ramifications of former National Security Advisor John Bolton’s new book, and the president’s upcoming indoor rally in Tulsa, Okla.

— We opened lines to talk with listeners about the rise of COVID-19 in states outside of New England.

— Former Suffolk County Sheriff and Secretary of Public Safety Andrea Cabral discussed the current Boston Police Department payroll, and her thoughts on Gov. Charlie Baker’s police reform proposals.

— Andrew Bacevich, a former army colonel and President of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, discussed his writing for "The New Republic" on how the U.S. fetishizes war.

— Travel guru Rick Steves discussed his new documentary, “The Story of Fascism in Europe,” and the parallels between the Trump Administration and the rise of fascism in 20th century Europe.

— AG Maura Healey called in to discuss the Supreme Court’s Thursday decision to uphold the DACA program.

— Boston Globe columnist Alex Beam talked about his writing on the “better angels” of the U.S., and the appearance of lion's man jellyfish off the coast of Massachusetts.