Are we the only ones creeped out by this?? Throw in a little "AI" and robotics and it's a definite nope! See why in today's "Video of the Day"
Playlist for Monday, March 4, 2019
- Happier - Marshmello/Bastille
- Scrubs - Weezer
- Stay - Zedd/Alessia Cara
- Cherry Bomb - John Mellencamp
- Busta Move - Young MC
- Love Myself - Haille Steinfeld
- Eastside - Benny Blanco/Khalid/Halsey
- E-Pro - Beck
- Better - Khalid
- Better Now - Post Malone
- Meant To Be - Bebe Rexha/Florida Georgia Line
- It's The End Of The World - R.E.M.
- Machinehead - Bush
- Cuts Like A Knife - Bryan Adams
- Holiday - Madonna
- Let's Go - Calvin Harris
- I Can See Clearly - Jimmy Cliff
- Take Me Home - Phil Collins
- Mama - Jonas Blue
- Jackie Chan - Tiesto
- I Got U - Duke Dumont
- Flesh For Fantasy - Billy Idol
- Bad Case of Loving You - Robert Palmer
- Out Of My League - Fitz & The Tantrums
- Zombie - Cranberries
- Hall of Fame - The Script
- Ghenghis Khan - Miike Snow
- Never Again - Breaking Benjamin
- Man In The Box - Alice In Chains
- Howlin' For You - Black Keys
- Rosed - Outkast
- Closer To Free - Bodeans
- Lucid Dreams - Juice Wrld
Tensions remain high as Pakistan and India teeter on the edge of a major conflict. More lives were lost in skirmishes over the weekend. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer joins Tony with details of this latest clash between countries that are no strangers to conflict.
Baby food pouches are meant to be a convenient alternative to the traditional glass jar packaged baby food, but experts warn they can pose risks for a child’s developing motor skills and speech. Despite offering a variety of health, organic options and their popularity with new parents, the pouches don’t provide babies with the learning experience to differentiate eating from a spoon and sucking out of the bag, according to experts. ABC's Cheri Preston joins Tony with a look at the research.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 closed out February with gains of 11 percent, the best two-month start since 1987 and 1991, respectively. What's ahead? CBS News Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger joins Tony with a look.