Wednesday, October 30, 2019

So why are those restaurant burritos so good? We think we may know (or at least our video of the day does).

Playlist for Wednesday, October 30, 2019

5a Hour

  • Hold My Hand - Jess Glynne
  • Jackie Chan - Tiesto & Dzeko/Preme/Post Malone
  • My Love - Route 94
  • Happier - Marshmello/Bastille
  • Check It Out - John Mellencamp
  • Dreamer - J090
  • I Wanna Rock - Twisted Sister
  • Basketball - Kurtis Blow
  • Holiday - Green Day

6a Hour

  • Rock Me - Great White
  • Thriller - Micheal Jackson
  • Promises - Calvin Harris/Sam Smith
  • Word Up - Cameo
  • Cut Up - Blac Youngsta
  • Cuts Like A Knife - Bryan Adams
  • Do You Think I'm Sexy? - Rod Stewart
  • Hey Ya! - Outkast
  • For The Love of Money - Queen Latifah
  • Your Love - Outfield
  • Set A Drift On Memory Bliss - PM Dawn

7a Hour

  • Boom - P.O.D.
  • Mary Jane - Rick James
  • Don't Do Me Like That - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
  • Beverly Hills - Weezer
  • We Dem Boyz - Wiz Khalifa
  • Feed My Frankestein - Alice Cooper
  • Run To The Hills - Iron Maiden
  • When Doves Cry - Prince
  • One Headlight - Wallflowers

8a Hour

  • Everybody Wants Some - Van Halen
  • Storm Warning - Hunter Hayes
  • Just Got Paid - Sigala, Ella Eyra , Meghan Trainor. Frech Montana
  • Tipsy - J-Kwon

Americans collectively owe nearly $1.5 trillion in student loans — more than twice the total a decade ago. But now a small but growing number of employers are stepping in to help. About 8% of employers are offering student loan repayment assistance this year, according to the Society for Human Resource Management. That’s up from 4% in 2018 and 3% in 2015. Companies like Estee Lauder, Hulu and Fidelity Investments provide a form of loan repayment programs. Employers format repayment assistance in a variety of ways. Some offer a match of employee payments while others offer a flat contribution amount, both up to a threshold. Several companies say their programs have proven an effective recruitment and retention tool, particularly in this tight labor market. ABC's Cheri Preston joins Tony with a look.

Federal Judge Myron Thompson has blocked an Alabama law set to go into effect in mid-November that would all but ban abortions in the state. He ruled that it is “clearly unconstitutional”. The law would make performing an abortion in AL a felony crime in nearly all circumstances. There are no exceptions for rape and incest. Energized by new conservatives on the US Supreme Court, Republican-led legislatures in several states have enacted new restrictions on abortion. Most of the measures have been thrown out by judges. Conservatives hope to get the Supreme Court to revisit the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide. CBS News' Jim Krusula is following and joins Tony.

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