We're all just a bit creeped out. Check this Brazilian gang leader who reveals how he disguised himself as his daughter so he could walk out of prison. Today's "Video of the Day"
Playlist for Tuesday, August 6, 2019
- Sowing The Seeds Of Love - Tears For Fears
- When You Close Your Eyes - Night Ranger
- You Need To Calm Down - Taylor Swift
- For The Love Of Money - O'Jays
- On A Roll - Ashley O
- Fight The Good Fight - Triumph
- Infatuation - Rod Stewart
- Love Is A Battlefield - Pat Benatar
- Opportunities - Pet Shop Boys
- Numb - Linkin Park
- New Year's Day - U2
- Check It Out - John Mellencamp
- Sunset In July - 311
- Ransom - Lil Tecca
- Smooth Criminal - Alien Ant Farm
- How You Remind Me - Nickleback
- Livin On The Edge - Aerosmith
- Got Me Wrong - Alice In Chains
- Left Hand Free - Alt-J
- Livin It Up - Ja Rule/Ashanti
- New Sensation - Inxs
- Grease - Frankie Valli
- Never Again - Breaking Benjamin
- Take Me Home - Phil Collins
- Hang Tough - Tesla
- The Waiting - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
- Elephant - Tame Impala
- Fascination Street - Cure
- Would - Alice In Chains
- Don't Wanna Fight - Alabama Shakes
- Summertime Girls - Y&T
- Leave It - Yes
- Eyes Without A Face - Billy Idol
- Sweet Thing - Keith Urban
- Breaking the Law - Judas Priest
- Lucid Dreams - Juice Wrld
- Antisocial - Ed Sheerhan/Travis Scott
The stock market took it on the chin Monday amidst uncertainty over a trade war with China. NBC News Radio's Michael Bower explains why with Tony – and what is expected next.
North Korea is at it again. According to South Korea, the North fired two unidentified projectiles off its east coast yesterday, its fourth such launch in less than two weeks. Word of the launches came shortly after the North Korea put out a statement condemning the joint military drill being conducted by the United States and South Korea, saying it violates agreements North Korea made with them. The new norm? CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons joins Tony with a look.
At an El Paso hospital, an emotional physician fought to keep his composure as he updated the status of patients who were wounded in the mass shooting at a local Walmart on Saturday. After holding steady at 20 on Sunday, the death toll from the shooting spree rose on Monday. Meanwhile, hundreds of people have flocked to the entrance to the Walmart parking lot to pay their respects. At a late press conference Monday afternoon, El Paso mayor Dee Margo announced that president Trump would be visiting the city on Wednesday.
Have mass shootings now become routine tragedies in America? A country in pain is asking questions: Is the President saying and doing enough, and did he contribute to these tragedies? Did others contribute also, and if so, who and how? Is “American Nationalism” the problem or “white supremacy,” and what’s the difference? Who are these angry, armed kids and why have mass shootings erupted into an epidemic? Are this past weekend’s horrible tragedies enough to compel real change and if so, what? Everybody says we “have to do something” but what would have stopped these shootings and will the reforms being discussed now work better than those we’ve already tried? Supremacist V. Nationalist: What is the difference? ABC News Political Analyst Alex Castellanos discusses with Tony Cruise.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is set to speak at the state capitol this morning. The Republican governor was shouted at and booed when speaking at the vigil for the nine people killed in the Sunday morning attack. Meanwhile, investigators are still trying to determine a motive for the shooting. At the center of the investigation: the murder of the gunman's sister and the shooting of a companion after the three arrived together in the Oregon District. Was Connor Betts targeting the two or were they simply in the wrong place during the shooting rampage? And the mayor of Dayton confirmed that President Trump is planning a visit to the city. ABC's Ryan Burrow is there and joins Tony with the latest.