Friday, May 18, 2017

Why are some hearing "Yanny" and others "Laurel"?  What do you hear?  This might be why.  See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"!  


Meghan Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, met Prince Harry's brother, Prince William, and his wife Kate and their two oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Windsor Castle on Thursday afternoon,  the day after having tea with Harry's father, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.  Ragland had not yet met Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II at press time, but Buckingham Palace officials said tea was scheduled for  some point today, also at Windsor Castle.  And late Thursday:  BREAKING NEWS as a some (but not all) details of the wedding cake were revealed.  It  will have an "ethereal" taste and an unusual display. The master baker has been working with her team of six bakers for the last five days in the oversize kitchens of Buckingham Palace on the confection - with ingredients fresh from Queen Elizabeth's own gardens in Sandringham.


Who is Prince Harry?  The once wild child has grown and is now respected around the world for his philanthropic work.  See his story here. 


A rash of car break ins has the metro on alert.  LMPD's LaMont Washington joins to breakdown the recent outbreak.


The traditional time clock is giving way to a 21st-century method of tracking worker productivity: Software that adds up the time you spend goofing off at work. Sapience Analytics says it’s a revolutionary way for white-collar employers and employees alike to boost their productivity both in the office and while telecommuting.


Is the EU on a collision course with the United States over the Iran nuclear deal?  European countries are standing together in defense of the deal.  What does this mean for the U.S.?

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