Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Welp, that was awkward.  Tucson police Chief Chris Magnus is pulled over on March 28, 2018, after a Tucson police officer said he believes he saw Magnus run a red light while making a left turn.  


Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King.  Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer joins Tony to talk about what it means to today.


The jury in Bill Cosby’s first trial deadlocked months before the #MeToo era began exposing powerful men in entertainment. Now the cultural movement is already affecting jury selection in the retrial for Cosby’s sexual assault case. All but one of the 120 potential jurors told a judge on Monday they had seen or heard something about #MeToo, and many had already formed an opinion about the former comedian’s guilt or innocence. Cosby is charged with drugging and molesting former Temple University athletics administrator Andrea Constand. She was the only accuser allowed to testify in the first trial, but this time the jury will hear from five additional Cosby accusers.


It's the 10th year for a bull market, so what's up with the crazy roller coaster ups and downs?  CBS News' Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger breaks it down with Tony.

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