Monday, January 21, 2019

We're pretty sure this isn't supposed to work this way, right?  See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"

 

Metro Council President David James is one of three grand marshals in the 47th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Motorcade on West Broadway today remembering Dr. King.  He joins Tony to talk about what today means to him.

 

Today is a federal holiday, but for hundreds of thousands of federal workers it is another day without any indication on when they will be returning to work. NBC News Radio's Michael Bower has the latest on the federal shutdown with Tony.

 

Smartphone video spreading across social media shows dozens of high school students shouting and chanting as one teen stares down a Native American Vietnam veteran beating a drum at the Lincoln Memorial. The incident came as both the March for Life and Indigenous Peoples March were concluding. But who is taunting whom? Nick Sandmann, the Covington, Kentucky teen at the center of the video, said in a statement he was “not intentionally making faces at the protester” and he respected the man’s right to protest: “I believed that by remaining motionless and calm, I was helping to diffuse the situation.”  ABC News' Jim Ryan breaks it down with Tony.

 

After two nail-biting conference title games that went into overtime, the teams for Super Bowl LIII are set. The New England Patriots will take on the Los Angeles Rams in this year's championship game Feb. 3.  CBS News' Steve Futterman joins Tony talk about it.

 
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