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Deadlines have come and gone, and schedules have been changed, as the Kavanaugh controversy moves into another week. NBC News Radio’s Bill Zimpfer is following and has the status of testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, by Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Ford.
Bill Cosby’s sentencing hearing begins Monday in Norristown, Pennsylvania after he was convicted in April of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, a former Temple University employee, in 2004. Cosby faces up to 30 years in prison, but lawyers for the 81-year-old legally blind former comedian are expected to stress his age, health problems, and philanthropy to the judge. Montgomery County Judge Steven O’Neill recently denied a defense motion to step down from the sex assault case because of what Cosby’s team called a long-ago grudge with a pretrial witness.
Financially speaking America is rolling strong, but some say that may slow soon? Is there any truth to this or just whatever goes up, must come down? CBS News Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger joins Tony with a look.
Married men far outpace other demographics- such as married and single women- in wages and salary, according to a new study. Single men and women also generally earn similar wages, the data reveals, and getting married does not necessarily lead to a larger salary if you are a woman. Fed research officer Guillaume Vandenbroucke says the “gender wage gap remains a complicated topic,” but “progress may come from asking different questions: not just why women earn less than men (although not compared with single men), but also why married men earn so much more than everyone else.” The study included all men and women employed in 2016 with at least a high school diploma. ABC News' Cheri Preston breaks it down with Tony.