The "Hunger Games" meets real life? In the future you might want to look under your car more. See why in today's "Video of the Day"
Following the Parkland, Florida shooting there was plenty of political posturing, but maybe our focus needs to be elsewhere. Dr. Charles Pemberton joined Tony Cruise to talk about it.
President Trump holds the first of his "Listening Sessions" in Washington, on the subject of school safety/gun control. Meanwhile there has been another indictment in the Mueller investigation. Where does this take us...is the investigation nearing an end? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer has a preview.
The U.S. men’s hockey team faced off against Czech Republic in the Olympic quarterfinals; The results of the women’s figure skating short program and more with ABC's Alex Stone from South Korea.
Russian police reportedly arrested a man who has claimed to be a worker at a so-called troll factory in St. Petersburg, Russia, hours after he gave interviews to foreign journalists and lifted the lid on a secretive organization known as the Internet Research Agency. Last week, the U.S. Department of Justice accused the company of trying to undermine the 2016 presidential election. Since then, Marat Mindiyarov—who claimed he was a lower-level employee at the Internet Research Agency-- spoke out to multiple media outlets about the organization’s inner workings, until he was allegedly detained and later released. ABC's Tom Rivers is following from the foreign desk and breaks it down with Tony.