Sure we're going to see the eclipse this month in Kentucky, but one town already went dark in the middle of the day. Check this incredible storm that plunged this city into total darkness. It's today's "Video of the Day"
Speaking of the eclipse, what time will you see it where you live and how much will you see and when? The good folks at Vox offer up this handy website to tell you.
As Congress considers what to tackle next after an attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare ultimately failed, House Speaker Paul Ryan says "it's time for the Wall." NBC News Radio's Joe Gomez breaks it down with Tony.
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: Bobby Moynihan opens up about this final season with SNL and CBS is being criticized over what some say is lack of diversity, that and more in today's Entertainment News.
Amazon has more than 50,000 roles available to fill across its vast network in the US and today, in what is being billed as the nation's largest job fair, the company is opening up 10 of its fulfillment centers across the country to potential employees. The company plans to make thousands of on-the-spot job offers to qualified candidates who apply on-site as part of its "Amazon Jobs Day." ABC's Aaron Katersky joins Tony with the latest.
If you’ve been thinking that stock markets have been pretty quiet in 2017, you are right–it’s been more like the merry-go-round and less like a rollercoaster. Through the first seven months of the year, none of three major stock market indexes has fallen by more than 5 percent. So where should you put your money? CBS News Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger has some ideas ans shares with Tony.