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Playlist for Thursday, September 5, 2019
- Cantaloop - US3
- Love Walks In - Van Halen
- Tha Crossroads - Bone Thugs 'N Harmony
- Cannonball - Breeders
- California Girls - David Lee Roth
- Talk To Ya Later - Tubes
- Black Sun - Death Cab For Cutie
- Fascination Street - Cure
- Insane In The Brain - Cyprus Hill
- Post Malone - Sam Feldt/RANI
- Another Hit & Run - Def Leppard
- For The Love Of Money - Queen Latifah
- Warrior - Disturbed
- Sabotage - Beastie Boys
- Plug Walk - Rich The Kid
- You Could Have Been A Lady - April Wine
- New Orleans Is Sinking - The Tragically Hip
- This is How You Remind Me - Nickelback
- Smooth - Santana/Rob Thomas
- Walk It Talk It - Migos/Drake
- Waitin' For The Bus/Jesus Just Left - ZZ Top
- Rosalie - Thin Lizzy
- Land of Confusion - Disturbed
- Counting Blue Cars - Dishwalla
- Under Pressure - David Bowie/Queen
- Why You Always Hatin - YG
- Mean Streak - Y&T
- Abacab -Genesis
- Word Up - Cameo
- Everything You Want - Vertical Horizon
- Summer Nights - Van Halen
- One Headlight - Wallflowers
- Blurry - Puddle of Mudd
A federal judge will discuss plans Wednesday for unsealing a new trove of court records involving sexual abuse allegations against Jeffrey Epstein. What is the judge set to review? What has a “John Doe” requested from the judge? What kind of disclosures could come from opening these files? NBC News Radio’s Michael Bower joins Tony with the latest.
Last year 52 children died in hot cars, the highest number in 20 years. Now major car makers say they will add rear seat reminder alarms in all cars and trucks in the next 5 years. There's already a backseat hot car app alarm, but after last year’s more than 50 hot car child death record, virtually all major auto makers say they will install a reminder alarm in virtually every car and truck by 2025. Some systems will call police and give them a GPS location, if you don't return and rescue your child. ABC's Cheri Preston joins Tony with the details.
As we seem to have a mass shooting almost weekly, one approach that some U.S. school districts are doing is to arm teachers. The belief is they would be the last line of defense. The heated debate is would it actually reduce or stop some shootings or is the liability of teachers shooting themselves or students a real possibility. Most major education associations are opposed to arming teachers and many police chiefs agree it is not a good idea. But several school districts are arming their teachers. ABC’s Brad Garrett joins Tony and discusses the possible pros and cons of armed teachers and other approaches to reducing school violence.
Hurricane Dorian today threatens the Carolinas. While the storm left Florida pretty much unscathed, there are fears that Charleston could have a different fate as it is low lying, tides are high, and it is prone to flooding. People around Charleston have been urged to leave and highways even went into contraflow on Wednesday going one direction – out of the city. ABC’s Alex Stone is in Charleston and joins Tony with the latest conditions.