Monday, May 6, 2019

Just how quickly can things change on the road? Perhaps self driving cars aren't a bad thing. See for yourself in today's "Video of The Day"

 

Back to reality post-derby playlist for Monday, May 6, 2019

5a Hour

  • Youngblood - 5 Seconds Of Summer
  • Heat Of The Moment - Asia
  • Hallow Moon - AWOL Nation
  • Raspberry Berry - Prince
  • Someone New - Hozier
  • Check Yo Self - Ice Cube
  • Easy Come, Easy Go - Winger
  • And We Danced - Hooters
  • IDGAF - Dua Lipa

6a Hour

  • Sign Of The Times - Queensryche
  • Wow - Post Malone
  • Promises, Promises - Naked Eyes
  • Mess Around - Cage The Elephant
  • Sunshine & Whisky - Frankie Ballard
  • Don't Stop - Foster The People
  • Speak - Godsmack
  • Slide - Goo Goo Dolls
  • Touch of Grey - Grateful Dead
  • Relax - Frankie Goes To Hollywood

7a Hour

  • You're The Best Thing About Me - U2
  • Danger Zone - Kenny Loggins
  • Float On - Modest Mouse
  • The Wolf - Mumford & Sons
  • I Thank You - ZZ Top
  • Limelight - Rush
  • Take A Walk - Passion Pit
  • Even Flow - Pearl Jam
  • Opportunities - Pet Shop Boys

8a Hour

  • Solsbury Hill - Peter Gabriel
  • Spirits In the Material World - Police
  • Backwater - Meat Puppets
  • Genghis Khan - Miike Snow
  • Roam - B-52's
  • Numb - Linkin Park
  • Silent Running - Mike & The Mechanics

The Trump Administration is dealing with a long list of Foreign Policy issues this week, from North Korea, to Venezuela, to Iran. Plus, Secretary of State Pompeo will meet with Russia's foreign Minister, at the Arctic Council. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer breaks it down with Tony.

 

Description:Attorney General William Barr's absence has prompted discussion about initiating a contempt citation against the Attorney General. What’s Really Going On in the Subpoena Fight Between William Barr and Jerry Nadler? Are there calls for an impeachment of the Attorney General? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower joins Tony with reaction to his testimony.

 

North Korean state media have showed Kim Jong Un observing live-fire drills of longrange multiple rocket launchers and what appeared to be a new short-range ballistic missile. South Korea has expressed concern that the launches are a violation of an inter - Korean agreement to cease all hostile acts and its military says Pyongyang fired a "new tactical guided weapon." The North's state media say Kim expressed "great satisfaction" over the drills. CBS News' Military Analyst Mike Lyons joins Tony.

 

The government reported that the economy added a better than expected 263,000 jobs in April. It was the 103rd straight month of job growth, the longest streak on record. Nearly ten years into the expansion, job creation is 205,000 for the first four months of 2019, just above the monthly amount added since the labor market bottomed out in 2010. Breaking down the numbers with Tony is CBS News Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger

 
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