Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Can we agree to disagree? Check this police officer who pulls over this motorcyclist, but the two clearly aren't seeing "eye to eye". Who is right here? See for yourself in today's "Video of The Day"

 

Playlist for Wednesday, March 20, 2019

5a Hour

  • Feel So Close - Calvin Harris
  • My Love - Route 94
  • You Come First - Zak Abel/Saweetie
  • Holiday - Madonna
  • Cake - Flo Rida & 99 Percent
  • No Rain - Blind Melon
  • Power Over Me - Dermont Kennedy
  • All The Small Things - Blink 182
  • Song 2 - Blur
  • Under Pressure - David Bowie & Queen
  • The Boys Are Back - Dropkick Murphy's

6a Hour

  • Grapevine - Tiesto
  • 2am - Slightly Stoopid
  • Shotgun - George Ezra
  • Train In Vain - Clash
  • Plug Walk - Rich The Kid
  • Burning Down One Side - Robert Plant
  • Centerfield - John Fogerty
  • Leave It - Yes
  • Bust A Move - Young MC

7a Hour

  • Just Got Paid - Sigala
  • Left Hand Free - Alt-J
  • Let's Dance - David Bowie
  • Happier - Marshmello/Bastille
  • Youngblood - 5 Seconds of Summer
  • All Summer Long - Kid Rock
  • Girlfriend - Matthew Sweet
  • Come Undone - Duran Duran
  • The Boys Are Back - Dropkick Murphy's

8a Hour

  • Better - Khalid
  • Slow Hands - Niall Horan
  • No Problem - Chance The Rapper

There's an effort quietly moving forward in the U.S. that would completely change the way a President is elected. What is it, who's behind it, and might it be a game changer in 2020? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer joins Tony.

 

The Pentagon has sent a list to the White House of projects to cut for border wall funding. Who should be concerned ? All of this while Republicans are digging in for a long fight over the President’s emergency powers. NBC News Radio Correspondent Michael Bower talks with Tony about how the cuts could effect the Commonwealth.

 

If college colors have gone up in the cubicles and employees are showing up in spirit wear, it must be time for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. A survey by Office Pulse finds that March Madness will cost U.S. businesses $604 billion dollars in lost productivity as workers fill out their brackets and then stream the games to their phones or, worse, to their work computers. But there are ways that employers can turn the potential time-waster into a valuable team-building event. ABC's Jim Ryan joins Tony.

 
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