All Hands on Deck

Climate change science isn’t precise, and no one is exactly sure what global warming’s ultimate outcomes may be. New York Times Dot Earth blogger Andrew Revkin joins us to take a closer look at the range of possibilities. Plus, Admiral Gary Roughead on the Navy’s role in combating piracy; Tariq Ramadan on his first visit to the U.S. since he was banned; and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn talks about the push for same-sex couples to check off “married” on the Census.

Climate change science isn’t precise, and no one is exactly sure what global warming’s ultimate outcomes may be. New York Times Dot Earth blogger Andrew Revkin joins us to take a closer look at the range of possibilities. Plus, Admiral Gary Roughead on the Navy’s role in combating piracy; Tariq Ramadan on his first visit to the US since he was banned; and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn talks about the push for same-sex couples to check off “married” on the Census.

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