When something as simple that lane change, completely turns your day upside down. Just how big is that blind spot anyway?? See for yourself in today's "Video of The Day"
For the second time this week, YouTube TV, Google’s internet-delivered subscription TV service, threw sports fans into apoplexy as it was hit with nationwide outages. On Wednesday right in the middle of the broadcast of the 2018 World Cup semifinal match between England and Croatia, the service went down, to the horror of thousands of "cord cutters." The YouTube TV service also failed in the middle of the men’s quarterfinal matches at Wimbledon. And while YouTube apologized on Twitter, saying in a (rather too cheery) post “Hey everyone — sincere apologies for streaming issues with YouTube TV. The timing is horrible but we’re working to be up and running again ASAP!” Response to that post was not quite so measured, as soccer fans -- most of whom have ample access to social media -- vented their frustration. This as more are getting away from "cutting the cord" and heading back to satellite and cable.
The President makes his way to the UK today. What has been the early reaction from London as big protests are expected? Meanwhile what is the reaction to his comments about the energy deal between Germany and Russia? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower joins tony to break down the significance of today's meeting.