Monday, October 22, 2018

We've all seen those big tankers drop their payload to put out fires, but what really happens on the ground?  Thanks to this observer we get a close up look (wait for it)!  It's today's "Video of the Day"! 

 

Saudi Arabia admitted the Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi died in a fist fight at the Istanbul consulate. How is Donald Trump reacting to Khashoggi's death and what is he saying? NBC News Radio Michael Bower will have the latest developments

 

Lottery fever is heating up this week. In Tuesday’s Mega Millions drawing, $1.6 billion is up for grabs, the largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history. And with no winner from Saturday’s Powerball drawing, the prize is now up to $620 million. Chances of winning either jackpot are extremely low (you’re more likely to give birth to identical quadruplets or be declared a saint), but one way to get you closer to the jackpot is to join an office pool…or just buy more tickets (but don’t overspend!)  ABC's Cheri Preston takes a look with Tony.

 

What if you do win either the Mega Millions or Powerball?  What should you do?  Tony takes a look with CBS News Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger.

 

FiveThirtyEight just released its predictions for the governors’ races in the mid-terms.  While the battle for the House and Senate has a lot of moving parts, the race for governor is much more straightforward.   As Nate Silver writes in the prediction “In gubernatorial races … there’s no gerrymandering or Electoral College to worry about. So in some ways, they’ll make for the purest test of whether there really is going to be a “blue wave” this year.  Micah Cohen,  FiveThirtyEight’s managing editor explains the methodology behind FiveThirtyEight’s model as well as zeroing in on specific races.

 
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