Check this guy who shows us how easy it is to "jump the fence" into the US. But wait...there's more. Wait for it. Today's "Video of the Day"
Mayor Greg Fischer joins Tony to talk waterfront Park parking, the soccer stadium vote and other issues facing the metro.
President Trump tweeted this morning that he quote "had a very respectful conversation with the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, and spoke his name from beginning, without hesitation". The tweet came directly after Myeshia Johnson told ABC News in an exclusive interview that she was upset by the president's tone in the condolence call, confirming a description of the conversation given by Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, that President Trump stumbled over Sergeant LaDavid Johnson's name and seemed to read it from the report: The White House has been in a war of words with Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, who had a long-standing relationship with the soldier who was killed in Niger. NBC News Radio's Joe Gomez is following and talks with Tony.
Tonight, the World Series gets underway between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Houston Astros. This will be LA's first appearance at the Big Show since 1988, while the Houston Astros are looking to win their first-ever title. Alex Stone is there and talks with Tony.
His brother won DWTS, can Nick? Plus, Janet Jackson all good with this sports league now? That and more in today's entertainment news!
Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, provided the first official timeline of events for the ambush in Niger on October 4 that killed four American soldiers. The timeline was at once illuminating and harrowing and General Dunford said he still lacks many of the details about how the attack unfolded. ABC News' Luis Martinez addresses whether the military can prevent the viewing of a loved one's remains, in light of La David Johnson's widow saying that she was not allowed to see her husband's remains.