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!
Could President Trump be the big winner in tonight's Democratic Debate be President Trump? Joe Elliott breaks it down with CBS News Political Analyst Alex Castellanos.
Mayor Greg Fischer joins Joe Elliott on the announcement of Norton Healthcare's $5 million investment in the Norton Sports, Health, Athletics & Learning Complex, as well as the ongoing work to invest in and revitalize West Louisville, which is seeing nearly $1B of recent investment. He also touches on the Speak Their Name event and the importance of standing up for domestic violence victims and survivors as part of Domest... Read more
President Trump says the roughly 1,000 U.S. troops he has ordered to leave Syria will remain in the Middle East to prevent a resurgence of the Islamic State threat. In a written statement Monday announcing his authorization of economic sanctions on Turkey over its military offensive in Syria against Kurdish fighters, Trump made clear the withdrawing troops will leave Syria entirely. He says the troops will "redeploy and remain ... Read more
Trump's former top National Security Council Russia specialist Fiona Hill testified on Capitol Hill Monday. What did she have to say about the Ukraine? What were Republicans demanding about her testimony? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower is following and joins Joe with the latest.
GM workers have now been on strike for a month with pressure mounting to get a deal done. Where are we in negotiations and what impact has the strike had? NBC Radio's Bill Zimpfer joins Joe Elliott with the latest.
Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders sat down with our own Will Clark during her visit to Louisville on October 14, 2019.
In a CBS News Radio investigation, Security experts are raising new concerns about a machine widely available at supermarkets, convenience stores, and even Bed Bath & Beyond--that allows you to quickly and cheaply copy digital key cards to residential buildings, offices, and even schools. CBS News' Steve Dorsey joins Joe Elliott with the story.
As the General Motors-UAW strike enters into its fourth week, GM dealers are starting to feel the pinch. As of now, they don’t have car inventory issues – but they ARE seeing an issue with auto parts. CBS News Radio Auto Analyst with WWJ Radio Jeff Gilbert in Detroit joins Tony with the latest.
The impeachment investigation is front and center in Washington meanwhile Joe Biden’s son is stepping down from his role with a Chinese company. NBC News Radio's Michael Bower joins Joe with the latest.
A lot of news from overseas as Turkish troops continue their offensive inside Syria – and it looks like the outline is in place for a trade deal with China. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer sorts it all with Joe Elliott.
Bellarmine Coach Scott Davenport joined Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News with Scott Fitzgerald to talk about a special moment on campus this week.
Talking Back? It could get you into the Ivy League. CBS News' Mark Strassman has the feel good story!
Pedestrian safety and changing the locks on your own home. What the? LMPD Spokesman Dwight Mitchell joins Tony for his weekly chat.
Can Joker break even more records and more trouble for Cuba Gooding? That and more in today's "Entertainment News"
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali is the winner of the 2019 Nobel Peace prize. The 43-year-old leader helped end the standoff with neighboring Eritrea and initiated democratic reforms. In announcing him as the winner this morning, the Nobel committee said Ahmed has ushered in an era of hope for peace and greater freedoms in Ethiopia. Joining Tony with a closer look at the new winner is NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer.