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Dramatic video has emerged from inside the downed Aeroflot jet in Moscow.
Playlist for Tuesday, May 7, 2019
- IDGAF - Dua Lipa
- Centerfield - John Fogerty
- Sweet Thing - Keith Urban
- All Summer Long - Kid Rock
- Get It On - Kingdom Come
- What's My Age Again? - Blink 182
- Don't Be Cruel - Bobby Brown
- TV Dinners - ZZ Top
- Awake - Godsmack
- Won't Get Fooled Again - Who
- New Year's Day - U2
- Africa - Weezer
- Been Caught Stealing - Jane's Addiction
- Best Of Both Worlds - Van Halen
- Money - Pink Floyd
- Sail - Awol Nation
- Don't Fear The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
- 1985 - Bowling For Soup
- Strip That Down - Liam Payne/Quavo
- Sunset In July - 311
- Young & Crazy - Frankie Ballard
- Back To School - Jude Cole
- No Reply At All - Genesis
- Killer (Papa Was Rolling Stone) - George Michael
- Land of Confusion - Disturbed
- Union of The Snake - Duran Duran
- Mean Streak - Y&T
- Roll Up - Wiz Khlafia
- While You See A Chance - Steve Winwood
- Part Time Lover - Stevie Wonder
- Photograph - Def Leppard
- Born Free - Kid Rock
- Hideaway - Kiesza
Stocks bounced back on Monday as investors think China and the U.S. will still strike a trade deal despite the threat of tariff hikes. What's next? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower is following and joins Tony.
The Trump administration plans to let an additional 30,000 foreigners return to the United States through September for seasonal work, a move that reflects how the booming economy has complicated President Donald Trump’s hard-line efforts on immigration. The visas, known as H-2Bs, will go only to returning foreign workers who have had the visa before, over the past three budget years. Many go back to the same employers year after year. Those workers have had background checks, are trusted and are not likely to stay past their visa, officials said. ABC's Jim Ryan joins Tony with the latest.
Microsoft on Monday announced an ambitious effort intended to make U.S. voting more secure and verifiable. The company will offer free open-source software that several top U.S. elections vendors say they will explore incorporating into their voting equipment. The software kit is being developed with Oregon-based company, which is separately creating a secure voting system prototype under contract with the Pentagon's advanced research agency, DARPA. The Microsoft kit is dubbed "ElectionGuard." Microsoft said the kit it will be available beginning this summer with prototypes ready to pilot for next year's general elections. ABC's Cheri Preston takes a look with Tony.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the Trump administration is intensifying pressure to "get Iran to behave like a normal nation." Pompeo spoke after the administration's decision to move an aircraft carrier group to the Middle East, in response to what it said were threats of a possible Iranian attack on US or allied interests. Since taking office, President Trump has withdrawn the US from an Obama-era nuclear deal, re imposed sanctions on Iran and designated Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terrorist organization. CBS News' Mike Lyons joins Tony to talk about it.