Full self driving....a real look into the future? Good idea or bad? Would you? See for yourself in today's "Video Of The Day"!
Playlist for Wednesday, May 15, 2019
- Since You're Gone - Police
- Voices - Disturbed
- Waitin For The Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago - ZZ Top
- Mo Money Mo Problems - Notorious BIG/Puff Daddy
- Crazy - Gnarls Barkley
- The Future's So Bright - Timbuk 3
- Abacab - Genesis
- It's The End Of The World As We Know It - R.E.M.
- Man On The Silver Mountain - Rainbow
- Lay It Down - Ratt
- What I Got - Sublime
- If You Love Somebody Set Them Free - Sting
- Fly - Sugar Ray
- Never Enough - LA Guns
- Don't Shed A Tear - Paul Carrarck
- Slide - Goo Goo Dolls
- Never Gonna Give You Up - Barry White
- E-Pro - Beck
- Heart & Soul - Huey Lewis & The News
- Storm Warning - Hunter Hayes
- Chemicals Between Us - Bush
- Lit Up - Buckcherry
- Somebody's Watching Me - Rockwell
- Another Way To Die - Disturbed
- Land of Confusion - Genesis
- Lost In Japan - Shawn Mendes
- Same Ol' Situation (S.O.S.) - Motley Crue
- Don't You Forget About Me - Simple Minds
- Sail - AWOL Nation
- Roam - B-52's
- Cruel Summer - Bananarama
- I Get Weak - Belinda Carlisle
- Leave It - Yes
- Left Hand Free - Alt-J
- Cake - Flo Rida & 99 Percent
- The Zephyr Song - Red Hot Chili Peppers
- Lunatic Fringe - Red Rider
In Washington, the trade war with China is sharing the spotlight with subpoenas from the House of Representatives. NBC News Radio's Michael Bower has the latest with Tony.
For decades, a daily dose of aspirin was considered an easy way to prevent a heart attack, stroke or other cardiovascular event. But a new study published in JAMA Neurology raises more concerns about the bleeding risk of low-dose aspirin. It found more brain bleeds in people who took aspirin to prevent heart attack and stroke, but who didn't have a history of those conditions.
The US military says American troops in Iraq and Syria are now on a higher level of alert due to "credible and possibly imminent" threats from Iran, rebutting an earlier statement from a British officer. Earlier Tuesday, British Maj. Gen. Chris Ghika told reporters there has been no increased threat from Iranian-backed forces in Iraq and Syria. Navy Capt. Bill Urban, spokesman for U.S. Central Command, says Ghika's comments ran counter to "identified credible threats." CBS News Senior Business Analyst Mike Lyons breaks it down with Tony.
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