We're not real sure if this person paid extra for this holiday delivery, but it's clear the driver isn't even trying this Christmas. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"!
The Senate has received a new report on the 2016 election – and it says the Russians provided millions of social media posts that were aimed at helping Donald Trump get elected. NBC News Radio's Michael Bower is following these latest developments and joins Tony.
Is the Federal government headed for another shutdown? What is at stake and what would it mean to you? NBC News Radio’s Bill Zimpfer joins Tony and shares his predictions.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has completed its annual assessment of the nation’s homelessness problem, finding that 552-thousand people lived on the street for at least part of the year. That’s a slight increase from the survey results from 2017. But within the numbers, key populations did show improvement. Where does Kentucky and Indiana stack up? ABC's Jim Ryan has the numbers and breaks them down with Tony.
The Taliban and United States officials held talks in the United Arab Emirates yesterday. Saudi, Pakistani and Emirati representatives were present in what is part of the latest attempt to bring a negotiated end to Afghanistan's 17-year war. A Taliban spokesman offered few details of the daylong meeting except to say "discussions were held with the American side over the end to the invasion of Afghanistan."
Plus....On Monday, the attorney for a former Green Beret charged with murder in the death of a suspected Taliban bomb maker in Afghanistan in 2010 welcomed President Trump's tweet that he will review his client's case. In what could be an extremely rare intervention into the military justice system, President Trump had tweeted that he will be reviewing Golsteyn's case, calling him a hero.