Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Safe to say say Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway isn't a fan of CNN's Jim Acosta (...wait for it :20 in).   Was she out of line or simply frustrated?  Today's "Video of the Day"


Day 19 of the partial government shutdown.  What did President Trump have to say to the American public in his address – and what did he say about a federal emergency at the border? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower is following and breaks it down with Tony.


The New Year beings a new flu season.  What is the CDC saying about its impact, and how many states have already been hit with widespread outbreaks? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer has the latest data with Tony.


Russian military police have started patrolling the surroundings of the northern Syrian Kurdish-held town of Manbij. A Moscow official says the mission is to ensure safety in the area, and monitor moves of militant groups. The move came after President Trump’s December announcement he would pull out 2,000 US troops from Syria leaving strategic areas near Turkey's border up for grabs.  CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons breaks down what's in play for the US.


London's Heathrow Airport, one of the world's busiest airports, briefly halted departing flights on Tuesday after a reported drone sighting -- a development that came just three weeks after multiple reports of drone sightings caused travel chaos at nearby Gatwick Airport.  Authorities said that extensive searches around the Heathrow area were underway to "identify any people who may be responsible for the operation of the drone."  Military assistance has been added since the sighting to toughen the airport's anti-drone stance and that extra police officers and equipment had been added at Heathrow.  ABC News' Tom Rivers is in London following and joins Tony with the latest.

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