Teachers are awesome! The students can use a calculator, the teacher can't. Who figures this out faster? See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"!
More details continued to emerge Wednesday about Mark Conditt, the suspect who authorities believe was responsible for a series of bombings that killed two and injured at least four others in the Austin area. Conditt used the name “Kelly Killmore” to ship two packages containing bombs via FedEx shortly after 7:30 pm on Sunday, according to law enforcement sources. A friend of Conditt said the suspected bomber and he were both homeschooled in the same Pflugerville community and he would often go to the Conditt home for lunch after church on Sundays. He says they also attended Bible study and other activities together. But he had "no idea what caused him to make those bombs." Meanwhile, an official with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said the agency is reasonably certain there are no other devices "out in the public," but he urged caution nevertheless.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday broke more than four days of silence to post an update on his page about the Cambridge Analytica scandal. He admitted mistakes and outlined steps to protect user data. Zuckerberg also posted that Facebook has a "responsibility" to protect its users' data, and "if we can't then we don't deserve to serve you." Zuckerberg and Facebook's No. 2 executive, Sheryl Sandberg, have been quiet since news broke Friday that Cambridge may have used data improperly obtained from roughly 50 million Facebook users to try to sway elections. Bloomberg's Courtney Donohoe breaks it down with Joe.
President Donald Trump was instructed by national security advisers not to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin on his election victory Tuesday morning. He didn’t listen and that story was leaked. Is this a good leak? Is there ever a good leak? Do the American people have the right to know?
KentuckianaWorks director Michael Gritton joins to talk about the Summerworks jobs program for youth this week. KentuckianaWorks is in thick in the recruitment of both young people and employers as their Employment Expo kicks off this Saturday
The TV show "Roseanne" was always willing to go where other shows wouldn't, from gay marriage to interracial relationships. Now as the show prepares to go back on the air for the first time since 1997, it's poised to "go there" yet again.