Who won the night? Who could have done better? ABC News Political Director Rick Klein breaks down how all 10 candidates did last night.
The third debate for Democratic Presidential candidates was in Houston Thursday night. How did Joe Biden hold up during the 3-hour debate? Who created the biggest moment in the debate? What were the big takeaways? Who will be receiving invitations to the October debate? NBC News Radio National Correspondent Michael Bower breaks it all down with Tony.
Many in Washington are wondering how John Bolton's exit will affect US foreign policy a day after President Trump fired his National Security Advisor. The President let the axe fall citing "policy disagreements." And disagree they did, Bolton even claiming he offered his resignation the night before the firing. CBS News has also learned President Trump was angry because he believed Bolton leaked a story that he wanted t... Read more
More than 10 times the number of NYPD police officers have died in the 18 years since 9/11 as were killed in the terror attack on the World Trade Center itself. To date, 241 members of the NYPD died of 9/11-related illnesses -- compared to the 23 killed in the attack on the World Trade Center. The last 18 years have been just as devastating for the fire department. Twenty-two members of the FDNY have died of 9/11-related illness... Read more
Mayor Greg Fischer is in the nation's capitol. He joins Tony to talk about why.
Car companies will be showing off their new models and new technology at this year's car show in Frankfurt – with all eyes on new SUV's and electronic models. Are they ready to break through? CBS News Auto Analyst with Detroit's WWJ Radio Jeff Gilbert is in Frankfurt, Germany and joins Tony with a preview.
Could a President who is polling behind almost all his Democratic challengers really create a dynasty like the Kennedys? His campaign manager says a Trump dynasty is on the way! And Joe Biden is holding up in the polls --but the objects in his rear-view mirror are closer than they appear. A new poll shows Elizabeth Warren with a one point lead over Biden in the critical early states. What are the risks and rewards for the Democ... Read more
Relief this morning in Georgia, after a dramatic rescue operation off the coast saved four crew members trapped in an overturned cargo ship for over thirty hours. CBS News' Peter King is following and joins Tony with the latest.
Maybe money can’t buy happiness, but choosing the right place to live just might do the trick. The personal-finance company WalletHub has examined the 50 states based on 31 key metrics, ranging from depression rate to sports participation rate to income growth. The result: People in Hawaii are statistically happier than most of their fellow Americans. ABC's Jim Ryan joins Tony with a breakdown of the numbers.
Mexican officials are due in Washington Tuesday to discuss progress in stemming the flow of migrants to the U.S. southern border. What kind of information are they expected to present, and how could the U.S. respond? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower joins Tony with a preview.
The Taliban in Afghanistan say more Americans will die, after President Trump said he cancelled a meeting with them at Camp David. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer joins Tony with the latest developments from the Foreign Desk
The Taliban at Camp David? President Trump has been entertaining the thought as peace talks between the US and the Taliban have been ongoing. Good idea or bad? CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons joins Tony with analysis.
According to CBS News Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger, "The August report bolsters the case for another quarter-point interest rate cut when the Federal Reserve meets on September 17-18. Officials will cite the slowdown in job growth and softening manufacturing data, but will also likely reiterate that the economy remains on solid footing overall." She joins Tony to break down the numbers.
In an average year, 38 children die after being left in hot vehicles. So far this year, 39 such deaths have been reported. Automakers have promised to add another layer of protection against these tragedies by committing to add rear seat reminder systems to new vehicles by model year 2025. But a group of grieving parents are pleading with General Motors to follow through with a promise made nearly two decades ago to install high-te... Read more
Antonio Brown was released by the Oakland Raiders days before his debut with the team and has signed with the New England Patriots. What led to his departure from the Raiders? How much money has Brown given up? NBC News Radio’s Bill Zimpfer is the former voice of the Miami Dolphins and breaks it down with Tony.
Why is Louisville so much warmer than neighboring communities? It's call the "heat island" effect and one organization thinks they can correct it and they can help you do your part, for free. Trees Louisville Executive Directory and former NewsRadio 840WHAS horticultural expert joins Scott Fitzgerald to break it down.
The latest jobs report is out today. Mark Hamrick, Bankrate.com's senior economic analyst, joins Tony to break down the outlook.
The Pentagon is diverting $3.6 billion in military construction funds for 11 wall projects on the southern border with Mexico. What military construction projects will be put on hold? How will military families be directly affected? How is DC responding? NBC News Radio’s Michael Bower joins Tony with a look at the numbers.
Hurricane Dorian today threatens the Carolinas. While the storm left Florida pretty much unscathed, there are fears that Charleston could have a different fate as it is low lying, tides are high, and it is prone to flooding. People around Charleston have been urged to leave and highways even went into contraflow on Wednesday going one direction – out of the city. ABC’s Alex Stone is in Charleston and joins Tony with the latest c... Read more
As we seem to have a mass shooting almost weekly, one approach that some U.S. school districts are doing is to arm teachers. The belief is they would be the last line of defense. The heated debate is would it actually reduce or stop some shootings or is the liability of teachers shooting themselves or students a real possibility. Most major education associations are opposed to arming teachers and many police chiefs agree it is ... Read more