Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Maybe that's enough internet for today. They're called "deep fakes" and on a serious note, they're causing concern. Deep fakes are making someone appear to say something they really didn't and this is becoming a thing. Check as f reelance journalist Mikael Thalen produced this unsettling example using newly engaged Jennifer Lawrence and Steve Buscemi. Today's "Video of The Day"

 

Playlist for Wednesday, February 6, 2019

5a Hour

  • Space Age Love Song - A Flock of Seagulls
  • Fantasy - Aldo Nova
  • Leave It Yes
  • E-Pro - Beck
  • Still Not A Player - Big Punisher
  • No Problem - Chance the Rapper
  • Ready, Set, Roll - Chase Rice
  • Trip Switch - Nothing But Thieves
  • Plug Walk - Rich the Kid
  • Together Forever - Rick Astley

6a Hour

  • It Takes Two - Rob Base & D.J. E-Z Rock
  • Back In Saddle - Aerosmith
  • Heat of the Moment - Asia
  • What's the Frequency Kenneth - R.E.M.
  • Pull Up N Wreck - Big Sean and Metro Boomin/21 Savage
  • Check It Out - John Mellencamp
  • Love Stinks - J. Geils Band
  • Stressed Out - Twenty One Pilots
  • Peaches N Cream - Snoop Dogg
  • Informer - Snow

7a Hour

  • When It's Love - Van Halen
  • Everything You Want - Vertical Horizon
  • One Headlight - Wallflowers
  • Island In The Sun - Weezer
  • Wrong Way - Sublime
  • Foolin' Yourself - Styx
  • Wicked Garden - Stone Temple Pilots
  • Mudshovel - Staind
  • Stupify - Disturbed
  • Slippery - Migos

8a Hour

  • Classic - MKTO
  • Contagious - Y&T
  • Speak - Godsmack
  • Slide - Goo Goo Dolls
  • Shotgun - George Ezra

Another Migrant Caravan is approaching the Texas border, and border patrol and local authorities are on alert. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer has the latest on the situation, and what could happen next.

 

A new survey finds that about half of employed Americans (48 percent) consider themselves modern-day workaholics. So what constitutes a workaholic? ABC News' Cheri Preston goes over the symptoms with Tony to see if you fit the bill.

 

President Trump will try to build on the momentum from last night’s State of the Union. Heading into last night’s address to a joint session of Congress, the President was expected to highlight the nation’s growing economy. Despite a 35 day partial government shutdown, the US added a 304,000 jobs last month, marking 100 straight months of job growth. CBS News' White House Corespondent Steven Portnoy offers a fair analysis with Tony.

 

The pilot of the plane that crashed into a home on Sunday -- killing four people at a Super Bowl party plus himself -- had a badge and ID identifying himself as a former Chicago police officer. But Chicago Police say he was never an officer there and that the badge and ID appeared to be fake. How does this impact the investigation? ABC News' Alex Stone has the latest with Tony on this bizarre twist.

 

Stephen Biegun, the US Special Representative for North Korea departs for Pyongyang, North Korea today where he will meet with his North Korean counterpart to prepare for President Trump's second summit with Kim Jong Un. No date or location has been officially announced but the two are expected to meet to 'advance further progress on the commitments President Trump and Kim made last year in Singapore: complete denuclearization, transforming US-North Korea relations, and building a lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula.’

AND

Secretary of State Pompeo will spend the day hosting meetings with the foreign ministers of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS. The full 79-member Coalition is meeting for 'in-depth discussions on the impending territorial defeat of ISIS in Iraq and Syria.’ The coalition's last ministerial was in Belgium in July. President Trump is scheduled to address the meeting at 2:45PM Eastern today.

CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons joins Tony to break it down.

 
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