Tuesday, October 16, 2018

We're not real sure what this guy did to this lady, but it must have been pretty bad.  Wait for it....today's "Video of the Day"

 

Another caravan of immigrants from Central America is heading north, hoping to make it to the U.S. Who are they, and what will they find when they reach the U.S. border? Meanwhile our neighbor to the north - Canada - is about to become the second country in the world to completely legalize marijuana. What will be the benefits, and what problems will it create? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer will has the latest from the Foreign Desk

 

Those home DNA kits were originally advertised as a means to discover one’s lineage. But then they grew into a means used of tracking down long lost relatives or find ones you never knew you had; recently they've made the news for tracking down a serial killer and are being used in other murder investigations; and recently, a story came out indicating they can be used to see if one might be a candidate for Alzheimer's (the jury's still out on that one). But now there's another faction that uses the results of the tests - and not for reasons you might think.  ABC's Cheri Preston has the story – and it’s probably going to make you mad.

 

President Trump has a busy week ahead. The situation with Saudi Arabia is still up in the air, and he and the First Lady have just returned from the Hurricane Zone. Meanwhile – does he owe Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren one-million dollars now that she has proven she is Native American? NBC News Radio’s Michael Bower wraps up the President’s activities

 

Two congresswomen faced off in the sole Arizona Senate debate last night, capping a contest that could determine which party controls the U.S. Senate. Martha McSally is a 2016 Trump critic who represented a Tucson district that voted for Hillary Clinton. She's now embraced the president and hopes to unite Republicans against the Democrat, Kyrsten Sinema. Sinema is a former Green Party activist who transformed herself into a centrist Democrat. Tuesday night, meanwhile, Republican incumbent Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas faces Democratic challenger Beto O’Rourke in a debate in San Antonio.  ABC's Jim Ryan breaks it down with Tony.

 
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