What will happen if people are given $6,000 a year … to do nothing? The city of Stockton in California is testing that out. Robert Rector, a senior fellow at The Heritage Foundation and welfare expert, explains what happened when five U.S. cities tried universal basic income in the ’70s. Plus: The New York Times reports on people afraid to have kids because of climate change, and a new study shows that 3 percent of Minnesota teens are transgender or gender nonconforming.