Today on Boston Public Radio:

– Medical ethicist Art Caplan discussed prescription delays brought by USPS cutbacks, and the importance of keeping kids active and socially distanced throughout the pandemic.

– We opened lines to ask parents: Is life during COVID-19 making your kids more active or less active?

– CNN analyst and national security expert Juliette Kayyem discussed Tuesday's release of the final volume of the Senate Intelligence Committee's investigation into Russian election interference, and sharp critiques of the president's handling of national security from Miles Taylor, his former DHS Chief of Staff.

– Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey discussed her office’s forthcoming lawsuit against the Trump administration over changes at the USPS, and spoke to callers as part of our monthly “Ask the AG” segment.

– Journalist and naturalist Sy Montgomery discussed the important work of the Turtle Rescue League, bizarre mating habits of Brazilian frogs, and the reason why sharks like to have friends.