Ok, if you weren't creeped out by our friend's at Boston Dynamics before, try now. We (humans) appear to be closer to being dismissed. This has us all a little freaked out. Check what happens when this "human" tries to deny this "robot" entry through a door. Over 2.5 million views in just two days! See it for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
#teamUSA women's hockey did something the men couldn't do...win GOLD!! ABC News' Alex Stone is there and has reaction with Tony.
Metro council meets tonight. Issues facing the council are the Medical Marijuana Town Hall and the proposed pension bill. Plus Metro Council President David James weighs in on the UofL appeal
President Trump holds another "Listening Session" in Washington as rallies continue across the U.S. What message is getting across? NBC News Radio’s Bill Zimpfer has reaction with Tony.
Preparations are underway for Reverend Billy Graham's funeral. The 99-year-old preacher known as "America's Pastor" died Wednesday. Rev. Billy Graham served as an adviser to a dozen presidents, and is being remembered by religions worldwide. Charlotte residents have been pouring into his library at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, which also houses his boyhood home, and his eventual final resting place. He will be buried next to his wife. Ryan Burrow talks with Tony from Charlotte.
In the age of the internet and the propagation of “fake news,” mass shootings bring with them their own special kind of “disgusting group of idiots with no sense of decency” as Florida Senator Marco Rubio calls them. These are the conspiracy theorists who have said that Sandy Hook was fake or that the Vegas shooting was carried out by multiple shooters. Now there’s a new report that, after the Parkland High School shootings, Florida state Rep. Shawn Harrison’s district secretary Benjamin Kelly sent a letter to a local newspaper claiming that two of the students who have appeared on television rallying for tougher gun laws in the aftermath of the February 14 shooting, were in fact not students at all but “actors that travel to various crisis when they happen.” ABC News' Brad Mielke joins Tony with a look.