First world problems....yes, there is a actually a downside to owning an exotic car. What say you? A lot of sympathy for this guy? Check out today's "Video of the Day" and tell us what you think!
While the men are off to the NIT, the UofL women are a #1 seed. Coach Jeff Walz joins Tony and Paul to talk about the tournament.
It's the groundbreaking of the new corporate headquarters for Passport Health Plans! Mayor Greg Fischer joins Tony to talk about that and what it means going forward.
Republicans and Democrats are eyeing the special election in Pennsylvania as a preview of what to expect in November. It’s a tight race in a district that went nearly 20 points for President Trump, but should the election be considered a referendum on Trump? Why is this race so close after the president’s recent successes bringing North Korea to the table and getting tax cuts? Did Trump’s rescue mission on Saturday, which at times felt more like a rally for 2020, help or hurt Rick Saccone?
The ex-pres and is wife producing for Netflix and how did the first night of American Idol go on ABC?
President Trump is set to fly to San Diego on Tuesday morning in his first trip to the blue state of California. He’s expected to see border wall prototypes and address members of military before heading to Los Angeles for a pricey fundraiser. The trip comes after the Department of Justice sued the state last week over its “sanctuary” immigration policies. California Gov. Jerry Brown slammed the Trump administration over Twitter, claiming it was a move that would “further divide and polarize America.”
Two people are dead following a series of package bombs that exploded in Austin, Texas, over the last two weeks. Austin Police said all of the packages were left in front of homes and they have evidence to believe the three blasts are related. Two of the three homes involved in the blasts Monday and March 2 had African-American residents, and the latest bombing injured a 75-year-old Hispanic woman. Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said officials “don't know the motive behind these" events, but warned the public to be vigilant and to not touch any suspicious packages received at home.