John Morales was one of the first TV meteorologists to start talking about how climate change will impact his audience. Intense weather hit close to home this fall, as Hurricane Maria struck his home island of Puerto Rico.
President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, are in the final phases of their campaign. Voters across the country are not just choosing a president though, they're electing Senators and school board members and weighing in on constitutional issues as well.
Mitt Romney is on his first international trip as presumptive Republican presidential nominee. As part of his trip, particularly in London, he's hosting fundraising dinners for Americans living abroad.
As the global economic crisis has consumed more and more time and attention, focus on the global warming crisis has waned. So it wasn't surprising when President Barack Obama chose not to attend the Rio+20 conference this week in Brazil, and it also was unsurprising when there was little progress reported there.
Joining us to reflect on Senator Lieberman's career is Colin McEnroe, host of the ?Colin McEnroe Show? on WNPR. Todd Zwillich, Takeaway Washington correspondent, also joins us to discuss Lieberman and talk about the upcoming changes in the Senate.
Al and Tipper Gore shocked friends and political observers when they announced that they would separate after 40 years of marriage. The Washington Post's Karen Tumulty joins us with her insights on why the couple may be divorcing after all these years.
A leaked document on climate change is causing furor and driving a wedge between rich and poor countries at the worldwide summit in Copenhagen. We talk with Andrew Revkin, of The New York Times and Richie Ahuja of the Environmental Defense Fund.