We're pretty sure this isn't a good idea. What could possibly grow wrong?
The federal government is officially shut down until further notice. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer is following the latest from inside the beltway.
The Dow closed above 26000 and the NASDAQ finally topped its inflation adjusted highlast week, begging the question: Why don’t investors care about a governmentshutdown? The answer may be that they don’t care about lots of risks that exist, butmore specifically, previous periods when Congressional impasses have lead to UncleSam shuttering some of its operations, have not spelled Armageddon for stocks. CBS News Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger joins Tony to discuss.
Allison Janney was the big winner at the Screen Actors Guild awards last night. Some are talking Oscar. Who else took home a win?
Americans may be divided on many topics -- but not the core issue leading up to the government shutdown. An ABC News/Washington Post poll says a vast 87 percent of Americans support the DACA immigration program that President Trump ended and whose fate in Congress is uncertain. And 63 percent overall oppose a U.S.-Mexico border wall, essentially unchanged since before the 2016 election. Aside from DACA, ABC’s Brad Mielke joins Tony with more on what Americans think about Trump’s mental stability, the Russia investigation and the midterm elections.