Perhaps, drug testing is NOT mandatory for this road crew? These two gentleman were getting quite the show as they waited to proceed through this construction zone. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
Senators on both sides of the political aisle seemed to agree Tuesday that the sexual assault allegation from Professor Christine Blasey Ford against Judge Brett Kavanaugh ought to be discussed and included as part of the body of information lawmakers will use to inform their vote on Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination. But Republicans and Democrats also appear divided on how to proceed, with Republicans asserting that a Judiciary Committee hearing, scheduled for Monday, is the best venue, and some Democrats calling for the FBI to open and complete a full investigation before the Senate proceeds. Trish will have the latest, including reports that Ford ‘s attorneys released a letter written to Sen Chuck Grassley, the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, saying an FBI investigation should be the first step in addressing her allegations. ABC's Trish Turner is following on the Hill and joins Tony.
Long after the TV news crews and cameras are gone, even long after the damaged homes are rebuilt following a natural disaster, their are still lingering effects, most of those surrounding mental health. Dr. Charles Pemberton with Louisville Dimensions Family Therapy did work in Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina and talks with Tony about what those in North Carolina may be dealing with.