What's it like to go from 0-103 mph.....on a bike?? See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
President Donald Trump is in a new battle with the intelligence community over leaks to the media. This comes as the President wraps up meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. NBC News Radio's Joe Gomez breaks down a big day inside the beltway with Tony.
How ticked was Metallica after that mic mishap at the Grammys? The Great Wall hits theaters tonight, and the Matt Damon movie has been hit with allegations of white-washing. Some wonder what a white man like Damon has to do with a movie about one of China's biggest tourist attractions. Damon tells ABC Radio that it's a monster movie more than anything else, and he hopes people will see it before judging it. That and more in today's Entertainment News.
Last year across America, 40,000 people – the population of Prescott, Arizona – were killed in motor vehicle accidents. That’s a 14% increase over 2014 and the most dramatic two-year rise in traffic fatality statistics since 1964. The National Safety Council, which has released the figures, is calling for legislative action aimed at saving lives. ABC's Jim Ryan broke down the data and shared with Tony what he's found.
James Mattis was back at what he calls his second home, NATO HQ in Brussels, for the first time as Defense Secretary. Mattis uttered the words the other 27 alliance chiefs all wanted to hear: “The Alliance remains a fundamental bedrock for the United States and for all the transatlantic community bonded as we are together, as President Trump has stated he has strong support for NATO.” He said the alliance is in the midst of transformation and is poised to adapt to new, dangerous security challenges. He did, however, issue a sharp ultimatum Wednesday telling allies they must start increasing defense spending by year's end or the Trump administration will "moderate its commitment" to them. ABC's Tom Rivers is following developments and breaks it down with Tony.