Changing school start start times? Good idea or bad? Dr. Charles Pemberton joins Tony to talk about it.
Biogen Inc. said Tuesday it will seek federal approval for a medicine to treat early Alzheimer's disease, a landmark step toward finding a treatment that can alter the course of the most common form of dementia. The announcement was a surprise because the drug company earlier this year stopped two studies of the drug when partial results suggested it was not likely to be successful. The company now says a new analysis of more ... Read more
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is out with traffic fatality data for 2018, and for the second year in a row, there were fewer deaths on American pavement last year than the year before. Part of the credit, says NHTSA, is better automotive design and safety features. ABC's Jim Ryan joins Tony with a look at the numbers.
Dreading a season full of expensive heating bills? You aren't alone, but ABC's Daria Albinger says you can do something to lower them.
The LMPD set to undergo a reorganization. Also the city opens a new $11M state-of-the-art animal shelter amid a turn around in Metro Animal Services.
Is there such a thing as too much news? In the past 7 days, Americans have suffered “breaking news overload”. ABC News Political Analyst Alex Castellanos joins Tony with some new numbers on America's mood when it comes to the endless impeachment talk.
Women business owners can find it hard to be taken seriously even as their companies grow into multimillion-dollar enterprises. That's the finding of a report released last week by Babson College and Bank of America that analyzed the challenges women encountered as they were building their companies. Many of the owners said they were misunderstood and discounted by other business people including investors. The report found th... Read more
Politicon is coming to Nashville in late October and the lineup has been announced. Co-founder Simon Sidi joins Tony to discuss how he came up with the idea for this convention that tackles serious issues without taking itself too seriously! Simon Sidi will be available from 5a-1p ET TUESDAY to talk about how he came up with the idea, the success that they have had in the past, and why the show is moving to Nashville.
According to the associated press, US troops departing Syria don't have permission to stay in Iraq. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer joins Tony to help unpack a complicated and potentially dangerous situation developing in that region.
How did Angelina Jolie's return to the big screen go and the resurgence of Micheal Jackson? That and more in today's entertainment news!
“The world feels like it’s falling apart, what should I do to prepare for Armageddon?” asked a Jill Schlesinger podcast listener. Given the fighting in Syria, anti-government protests in Hong Kong, the down to the wire vote on Brexit, the expanding U.S. impeachment inquiry, not to mention ongoing trade conflicts between the U.S. and China, the U.S. and the European Union and South Korea and Japan, it’s easy to understand why people... Read more
Nineteen hours and sixteen minutes- that’s how long it took a Qantas flight to fly more than ten thousand miles from New York to Sydney over the weekend, making it the longest-ever non-stop commercial passenger flight. The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner had 49 people aboard, including a number of scientists and medical experts. The airline used the opportunity to study the effects of long-haul air travel on pilots, crew members, and passe... Read more
Not all airlines are equal when it comes to accommodating families.... ABC's Daria Albinger has the tip on which airline will make the whole family happy.
Fighting domestic violence, Officer Matt Sanders joins Joe Elliott with view from the LMPD's perspective.
Angelina Jolie is back on the big screen this weekend and it may cost you less to see her. That and more in today's entertainment news!
Four in 10 of us are not prepared if a recession hits in the next six to 12 months, according to a new Bankrate survey. This includes roughly 41 million (16%) who say they are not at all prepared. Despite recession fears, nearly one-third (31%) aren’t doing anything at all to prepare for an economic downturn. How are Americans Preparing and what can you do now? Bankrate.com’s Greg McBride joins Joe Elliott with some helpful tips... Read more
Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats walked out of a White House meeting on Syria yesterday. CBS News' Steve Dorsey is following and joins Joe Elliott with the latest.
The UAW and GM have a tentative contract agreement. If approved it would end the month-long walkout that has stalled GM’s assembly lines across North American. And It’s been costly on both sides. GM is estimated to have lost $1.5 billion in profits. Worker’s wages totally an estimated $835 million has been lost. GM workers are expected to walk the picket line for another couple of days until the union leaders approve the contract. ... Read more
Last night's debate came as the Democratic field is sparring -- over health care, immigration, climate change, criminal justice reform, among other topics. Alex has a scorecard of how everyone did, who has the most speaking time and if any of non-front runners upped their game enough to get noticed. ABC News' Alex Stone was there and joins Joe with a recap.
Guns 'N Roses are setting records while this professional sports team is trying to break a Taylor Swift curse and legendary director Martin Scorsese is doubling down on his recent comments. That and more in today's entertainment news!