Thursday, January 25, 2018

Is that a glock in your pocket or are you just NOT happy to see me?  That's what the internet is asking.   Are we starting to get out of control as fans or is this just a Philly problem?  ((FF to 1:10 in) Check these fans who were taunting a Minnesota fan at last week's NFC Championship game only to end up fighting each other.  See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"


With the most recent school mass shooting in Kentucky this week and the staggering number of shootings that we have one form or another daily in the U.S., do we give up hope that there is something we can actually do about them?  Or have we accepted mass carnage is as, one pundit said "the price of freedom." As a crime analyst, ABC's Brad Garrett contends that there are common sense steps we can all take to reduce the number of daily mass shootings.  The first step: deciding if shootings have become a public health crisis, like cancer and the opioid epidemic.  He joins Tony to break it down.


The Mayor and the White House spar over sanctuary cities as metro council meets tonight.  President David James joins Tony.


Saying, "I just signed your death warrant,"  Judge Rosemarie Aquilina sentenced former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar to 40 to 175 years in prison. She added that "your decision to assault was precise, calculated, manipulative,’ve done nothing to deserve to walk outside a prison again.” Then, the other cards began to fall: just hours after Nassar was sentenced, Scott Blackmun, the CEO of the United States Olympic Committee, called on all USA Gymnastics directors to resign in the wake of the scandal in order to start to change the culture of the sport.  And late Wednesday, it was announced that MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon will step down before end of week.  Ryan Burrow has the latest on reaction with Tony after yesterday's sentencing.


President Trump is in the financially driven nation of Switzerland meeting with world leaders in today  where he will be encouraging investment in the United States and dealing with security issues. What's at stake for the US?  NBC News Radio Correspondent Bill Zimpfer has have the latest with Tony.


The investigation into the Trump Presidential Campaign’s ties to Russia is now reaching into the White House inner circle.  NBC News Radio's Sharon Reid has the latest from inside the beltway on the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.  

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