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With the release of three U.S. detainees in North Korea, are there any remaining obstacles to a Trump/Kim summit? When and where will the meeting be held? Plus Israel might be responsible for another airstrike in Syria, targeting Iranian facilities. Will they take the Iran situation into their own hands?
The release of the three Americans who had been held against their will in North Korea removes another obstacle on the way to that historic summit between the United States and North Korea. But even with this show of good will, is it practical or even realistic to think that North Korea, a country that cut itself off from the world decades ago and whose regime has been isolated and secretive to the extreme, will finally put that all aside and hand over its nuclear arsenal? Korean Analyst Gordon Chang takes a look with Tony.
Metro Council meets tonight. What's on the agenda? Council President David James joins Tony to talk about.
Production of Ford's most popular (and profitable) vehicle is being halted. A fire at a supplier plant in Kansas City has interrupted manufacturing of the instrument panels for the F-150 so that means the vehicles can't be assembled in Detroit. The shutdowns could cost Ford as much as 15,000 trucks per week. CBS News' Jeff Gilbert is following developments in Detroit and joins Tony.
Is democracy dying? The League of Women Voters of Louisville is bringing to Louisville the two authors of their new book, “How Democracies Die”, a revealing look of the state of the U.S. democracy. Tony talks with speaker Steven Levitsky who is a David Rockefeller Professor of Latin American Studies and Professor of Government at Harvard University.
Stormy Daniel’s lawyer says Cohen paid her with Russian money. What will the President say? How does Mueller and Avenatti tie into this?