Tuesday, October 8, 2019

What goes through a person's mind when they choose to take this course of action? Who does this? Thank goodness for technology! See for yourself in today's "Video Of The Day"

Playlist for Tuesday, October 8, 2019

5a Hour

  • Have A Drink On Me - AC/DC
  • Pretty Fly For A White Guy - Offspring
  • If You Leave - Orchestral Maneuvers In The Dark
  • Let My Love Open The Door - Pete Townshend
  • Killing In The Name - Rage Against The Machine
  • Semi Charmed Life - Third Eye Blind
  • Standing Outside A Broken Payphone - Primitive Radio Gods
  • Take Me Out To The Ballgame - Goo Goo Dolls
  • Unsung - Helmet

6a Hour

  • Feed My Frankenstein - Alice Cooper
  • X - Lil Uzi Vert
  • Cut Your Hair - Pavement
  • Feels So Good - Mase
  • Top Jimmy - Van Halen
  • Blister In The Sun - Violent Femmes
  • Rumors In The Air (Live In Japan) - Night Ranger
  • Basketball - Kurtis Blow
  • Why You Always Hatin - YG/Drake/Kamaiyah
  • Ransom - Lil Tecca
  • Rainbow In The Dark - Dio

7a Hour

  • Truth Hurts - Lizzo
  • Team - Lorde
  • Low - Cracker
  • She Blinded Me With Science - Thomas Dolby
  • Foolin' - Def Leppard
  • Strangelove - Depeche Mode
  • Panini - Lil Nas X
  • Modern Day Cowboy - Tesla
  • Gotta Get Some Lovin - Too $hort
  • Dreaming - J090

8a Hour

  • Higher Love - Whitney Houston/Kygos
  • Fiesty - SAARLOOS
  • Modern Love - David Bowie
  • My Hero - Foo Fighters
  • Bear Claws - The Academic
  • Coming Of Age -

As promised in his campaign, President Trump is leading a U.S. pullback in Syria but not all lawmakers (both Republican and Democrat) are happy about it. Why is Turkey planning to launch an offensive in Syria, and what has caused the U.S. relationship with Turkey to deteriorate? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer joins Tony with the latest from the Foreign Desk.

The relationship between China and the NBA — a multibillion-dollar relationship that involves media rights, streaming, merchandise sales and much more — is under strain thanks to a since-deleted tweet from Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey that showed support for Hong Kong anti-government protesters. The tweet prompted an immediate backlash, complicated further by the timing of the NBA having two preseason games in China this week. “We apologize,” Rockets star James Harden said in Japan on Monday. “We love China. We love playing there." The Rockets are among the biggest team brands there, because Chinese star Yao Ming — a Basketball Hall of Famer — spent his NBA career with Houston. But there's also some fallout at home, with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle crying foul over the apology itself. ABC's Jim Ryan is following and joins Tony.

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