Thursday, August 30, 2018

What is going on with the rash of people trying to enter homes in the middle of the night?  What would you do if someone approached your door in the middle of the night?  What should you do?   See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"


Early Wednesday, the late Senator John McCain’s body was brought to the Arizona State Capitol for a brief ceremony before opening viewing to the public. As she left at the conclusion of the proceedings, McCain's wife, Cindy, walked up to the flag-draped casket and patted it, then laid her cheek on it. The rest of his children then filed past, including his sons in uniform and daughter Meghan McCain who was weeping. Then over the next few hours, thousands of people paid their respects to the late Senator, standing for hours in the broiling Arizona sun before filing past the casket. Former military members in shorts and T-shirts stopped and saluted. Families will small children came by, and several people placed their hand over their heart or bowed, including Vietnamese residents who traveled from Southern California. So began two days of official mourning in Arizona before McCain's body is taken to Washington. Today, Senator McCain's body will be transported in a motorcade to the North Phoenix Baptist Church for services, where he will be eulogized by his former rival-turned close friend, former Vice President Joe Biden.


The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration is redoubling its efforts to get motorists to comply with recall notices related to potentially explosive automotive airbags. NHTSA has prioritized its recall notices, emphasizing parts of the country where hot, humid weather may contribute to airbag failure and possible explosion. At least 23 deaths and 300 injuries have been attributed to airbag failures that have sent shards of metal and plastic into passenger compartments.


A major change to the Top Gun sequel, plus this top song almost didn't make it the cut.  That and more in today's entertainment news!

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