Tuesday, August 15, 2017

While Louisville debates taking down the Castleman statue, protesters in North Carolina took matters into their own hands.  


As more ask that the Castleman monument be removed in the Highlands, Mayor Greg Fischer responds to protests in the city.


As the White House deals with the issue of Neo-Nazis and White Supremacists, the challenges of dealing with North Korea and China are ramping up.  President Trump is calling for an investigation into China stealing intellectual property, and Tuesday is “Liberation Day” in Korea – commemorating the expulsion of the Japanese in 1945.  Might there be another missile test as part of North Korea’s “celebration?”  NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer breaks down today's activity with Tony.  


Federal law enforcers and local police have wrapped up a months-long sting operation with the arrest of a man who’s accused of planning to carry out a truck-bomb attack similar to the one that brought down the Oklahoma City federal building in 1995. FBI agents posing as co-conspirators convinced 23-year-old Jerry Drake Varnell that they had sold him 1,000 pounds of explosives as part of a plot to “start the next revolution.”  ABC's Jim Ryan takes a look with Tony.

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