Proving a point or just being a jerk! Check this guy who is crossing the border in today's "Video of the Day"
The Mayor is combating homelessness and takes time to talk with Tony about his efforts.
The arrest of a U.S. citizen on spying charges is the latest ripple in relations between the U.S. and Russia. What do we know about the American charged with spying, and what details have emerged about the case? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer has the latest with Tony.
Day 13 of the shutdown happens not the first day of a new congress. How did the meeting at the White House go yesterday? What did President Trump have to say about the meeting? Democrats? Are we any closer to getting a wall on the southern border? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower breaks it down with Tony.
After two weeks of a government shutdown mainly driven by the President's demand for a physical wall on the Southern border, the DOJ Divisions that protect us from terrorists and other criminals are working with skeleton staffs and no support employees. DOJ has told Federal judges they will not be able to support current complex court cases. This creates dangerous lags in time-sensitive investigations, which can be critical to our National Security. Meanwhile, other agencies that protect us from hazardous waste, toxic waste superfund sites, drinking water, contagious diseases and food inspection have been drastically reduced, potentially making us vulnerable to creative terrorists and susceptible to a significant health crisis. ABC Crime and Terrorism expert Brad Garrett takes a look with Tony.
If you're like most people, the last few weeks have been a bender of food and drink that have become synonymous with the holidays. However, if you've officially had too much, a Dry January can be just the ticket -- and a new study shows it has more benefits than getting an overdue "Thank you" from your poor liver. And it's official: the Mediterranean Diet has been proclaimed as the No. 1 diet of 2019 -- what's so great about it? ABC's Cheri Preston talks with Tony.