Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Sometimes we don't always see what law enforcement officials have to do on a regular basis, like respond to a call from a 16 year old girl who complained her father took her cell phone.  "Certainly if we were busy, it would be pushed to the back burner, but we still have an obligation to respond," said Lt. James Wilson of the South Euclid Police Department told television station WKYC.  Let's all stop to applaud Lt. Wilson! 👏👮  Watch as she states her case in today's "Video of the Day"


The courts have blocked an effort by the Trump Administration to put a citizenship question on the 2020 census.  What did the court say, and what would be the impact if the question were to be included in the census?  NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer is following and talks about it with Tony.


The government shutdown is now in its 26th day and negotiations are still at a standstill.  What did Mr. Barr say about the shutdown in his Attorney General interview yesterday? What is President Trump saying about the effect the shutdown is having on the economy?  NBC News Radio's Michael Bower joins Tony.


Former Louisville meteorologist Jeremy Kappell was fired after what he called "crunching two words together" that some interpreted as a racial slur.  Dr. Charles Pemberton with Louisville Dimensions Family Therapy joins Tony to discuss such a thing as being too sensitive.


The political future of the United Kingdom has once again been thrown into uncertainty after Parliament voted against accepting Theresa May’s Brexit deal.  EU Council President Donald Tusk highlighted the political quagmire the 432 -202 vote represented, saying "If a deal is impossible and no one wants no deal, then who will finally have the courage to say what the only positive solution is?"  Tusk has always held the EU's door ajar for Britain to remain a member, if future events allowed it.


he partial shutdown of the federal government has forced the cancellation of more than 40,000 immigration hearings, adding to a backlog of 800,000 cases pending before immigration judges. That will keep thousands of immigrants living in the United States until at least 2020. Meanwhile, the Pentagon has extended the deployment of active-duty troops along the U.S./Mexico border through September.  ABC's Jim Ryan joins Tony from the border state of Texas.

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