A sobering video of the day today (NOTE: MILD ADULT LANGUAGE). When is it time to take the keys from elderly drivers? This driver who took the video claims to be "sitting at a red light Thanksgiving day trying to get to dinner and this happened" The poster goes on to say "the Lexus driver that hit us, as well as the Jeep driver, were transported to the hospital but I am almost positive they both are going to live. The Jeep driver was standing up in the car until they could cut the roof off. She was a little cut up but was conscious. By the time we were able to get the air bags clear of the elderly lady a qualified medical professional arrived so I let them takeover"
Mayor Greg Fischer joins Tony to respond to claims he was briefed in 2016 about the Louisville Explorer case.
Washington is buzzing with tax reform, ethics investigations, and the chances of a government shutdown. Meanwhile some observers say the next month could dictate the rest of Donald Trump's first term in office. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer breaks it down with Tony.
Acting Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) chief Mick Mulvaney detailed the plans he has for the agency on Monday, in the midst of an ongoing battle over whether President Trump had the right to make his appointment. As his first order of business, Mulvaney said he is imposing a 30-day hiring freeze as well as a 30-day freeze on new regulations effective immediately. Meanwhile, a federal judge is set to consider a request for a temporary restraining order against Mulvaney filed by Leandra English, the CFPB's deputy director who claims she is the rightful replacement for former director Richard Cordray. ABC News' Aaron Katersky joins Tony to discuss.
Hollywood marrying royalty and who has the top album? That and more in today's entertainment news!