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Political Tribalism, what is it? Why do you need to know about it? Local political strategist who has worked in the White House, Scott Jennings joins Tony to break it down.
More horrific details came out Wednesday about the 13 children rescued from their parents' house of horrors, including a neighbors account of coming home late at night and seeing the children marching from room to room single file for hours -- sometimes until 3:00AM. The neighbor's wife said she'd only seen the children a couple of times but that when she did, "they were robotic." The parents are expected to appear in court in Riverside County, California today. They will hear the charges against them and could enter pleas. And what will happen to the siblings once they are done receiving medical care? ABC's Alex Stone is there and joins Tony with the latest.
Former White House aide Steve Bannon is the focus of two investigations in Washington. The House Intelligence Committee issued a subpoena for Bannon as he was meeting before the panel to answer questions in its Russia probe. Bannon wouldn't answer questions about his time in the White House, so lawmakers issued the subpoena on the spot to force him to cooperate. What is he saying and not saying? NBC News Radio’s Bill Zimpfer joins Tony from inside the beltway.
With unemployment at its lowest level in years, more American workers feel confident enough in the marketability of their skills that they’re willing to venture out into the job market in search of new opportunities. A survey by staffing firm Accountemps finds that nearly one in three Americans plan to look for a new job in 2018. Jim Ryan joins Tony
Time is running out for the House and Senate to agree on short-term spending legislation to avoid a shutdown Saturday morning. House Speaker Paul Ryan is hoping to “whip” together enough votes, by including CHIP funding for low income kids. However, several House conservatives seem to be reluctant to agree to a fourth stop-gap measure this fiscal year. And Democratic support in the Senate still is in question because of the failure to reach an agreement on a DACA fix. NBC News Radio's Sharon Reid joins Tony with the latest on a possible compromise.