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Jamie Raskin, a Democrat from Maryland, sits on the congressional select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, and he’s losing patience with the Justice Department. “As a citizen, I hope and expect to see action,” Raskin notes, “because Donald Trump is guilty of sin, and everyone can see it. But I try to be careful not to intimidate the United States Attorney General. Plus, two views on escalating climate change: Dhruv Khullar, contributor and physician, reports near New Delhi on this year’s excruciating heat wave; and Daniel Sherrell talks about “Warmth,” his memoir book that tackles grief over the climate crisis.
Jamie Raskin on the facts of January 6 and the danger ahead
The Maryland Congressman speaks with David Remnick about the impact of the January 6 committee on Donald Trump’s political future.
In India, the climate crisis is becoming unbearable
Dhruv Khullar, contributor and physician, reports near New Delhi, where the heat is making some lives nearly impossible.
Daniel Sherrell, the author of “Warmth”, on Living with climate despair
The activist and author talks to Ngofeen Mputubwele about how to emotionally deal with the enormity and heartache of the climate crisis.
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