Remembering John McCain’s Foreign Policy And Political Life; Puerto Ricanstruction: Sustainable Agriculture and Decolonization; Brookfield Zoo on How Your Consumption Habits Push the Pangolin to Extinction
On Today's Show:
- Senator John McCain, a perennial voice for interventionist foreign policy in the Senate and two-time presidential candidate, has died after a yearlong struggle with brain cancer. He was 81. Worldview’s Jerome McDonnell spoke with Jacob Weisberg, the editor-in-chief of The Slate Group, who has written about John McCain for decades.
- Post Hurricane Maria, eighty percent of Puerto Rico’s agricultural crops had been destroyed according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
- Brookfield Zoo recently kicked off in Chicago an international effort to save from extinction an animal you might not have heard of.