Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Ever wonder how they got that food to look so good in ads? Check this! Mind Blown. (WARNING: Advised not to watch if hungry) Today's "Video of The Day"


Playlist for Tuesday, July 30, 2019

5a Hour

  • Abacab - Genesis
  • Summer of 69 - Bryan Adams
  • Living On A Prayer - Jon Bon Jovi
  • Closer To Free - Bodeans
  • Butterfly Effect - Travis Scott
  • Bark At The Mood - Ozzy Osbourne
  • Antisocial - Ed Sheeran/Travis Scott
  • Father of Mine - Everclear
  • Keep Away - Godsmack
  • Post Malone - Sam Feldt (feat RANI)
  • Santeria - Sublime

6a Hour

  • Kiss This - Struts
  • Photograph - Def Leppard
  • Why Can't We Be Friends - War
  • Big Shot - Billy Joel
  • Higher Love - Kygo
  • Dark Horse - Katy Perry
  • One Thing Right - Marshmello (Feat. Kane Brown)
  • For The Love of Money - O'Jays
  • Strangelove (Live at the Rose Bowl) - Depeche Mode
  • The Git Up - Blanco Brown
  • On A Roll - Ashley O

7a Hour

  • Chemicals Between Us - Bush
  • Lit Up - Buckcherry
  • Out of My League - Fitz & The Tantrums
  • Got Your Money - Dirty Ol' Bastard
  • Don't Shed A Tear - Paul Bown
  • Senorita - Shawn Mendes/Camila Cabello
  • Find You Again - Mark Ronson
  • I'm Not Alone - Calvin Harris

8a Hour

  • Poundcake - Van Halen
  • Never, Never Gonna You Up - Barry White
  • James Bond Theme - Moby
  • Brass Monkey - Beastie Boys
  • Levels - Avicii

Questions remain after Sunday night's deadly shooting in Gilroy California. What has been learned about the gunman, is there a second suspect, and what are the candidates for President saying about gun control and how that will play into the campaign? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer joins Tony with the latest developments.


House Democrats are on a 6 week recess, but some of them are in Detroit awaiting tonight's first of two-night debates. Who will be on the debate stage? What new policies are candidates promoting before their debate – and who is under the debate microscope? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower has the details with Tony.


Capital One has announced a hacker got access to the personal information of over 100 million individuals applying for credit in the U.S. and Canada. The McLean, Virginia-based bank said Monday it found out about the vulnerability in its system July 19 and immediately sought help from law enforcement to catch the perpetrator. Capital One says it believes that it is unlikely that the information was used for fraud , but it will continue to investigate. The hacker got information including credit scores and balances plus the Social Security numbers of about 140,000 customers. It will offer free credit monitoring services to those affected. A Seattle area woman has been arrested in connection with the breach. ABC's Cheri Preston joins Tony with the details.


The Federal Open Market Committee meets today and tomorrow and is expected to cut interest rates by one-quarter percentage point at the end of their meeting. While the Fed hopes an interest rate cut acts as a preventative measure against threats to the economic expansion, it is unclear if this move is anything more than a psychological boost to markets. After all, a quarter-point rate cut is a drop in the bucket following the 9 interest rate hikes from 2015-2018. Many questions surround the Federal Open Market Committee meeting. Joining Tony to help answer some of them is Bankrate.com's Greg McBride.

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