Riding on a sidewalk, "that's a bold strategy Cotton let's see if that pays off for em". Ride along with the French police as they chase this suspect through city streets! Today's "Video of the Day"!
Playlist for Thursday, November 14, 2019
- All Mixed Up - 311
- 2am - Slightly Stoopid
- Youngblood - 5 Seconds of Summer
- Space Age Love Song - A Flock Of Seagulls
- Hall of Fame - will.i.am/The Script
- Stacy's Mom - Fountains of Whayne
- Owner of a Lonely Heart - Yes
- My Body - Young Giant
- Relax - Frankie Goes To Hollywood
- Greek Tragedy - Wombats
- Living In American - James Brown
- Life's Been Good - Joe Walsh
- You Be Illin - RUN D.M.C.
- Sabotage - Beastie Boys
- Anyway You Want It - Rise Against
- Team - Lorde
- Good As Hell - Lizzo
- Paralyzer - Finger Eleven
- Chelsea Dagger - The Fratellas
- Hail To The King - Avenged Sevenfold
- Whisky In The Jar - Metallica
- Awake - Godsmack
- Crowd Chant - Joe Satriani
- Shotgun - George Ezra
- Should I Stay or Go - Clash
- Lean On Me - Club Nouveau
- Helena Beat - Foster The People
- Dirty White Boy - Foreigner
Breaking this morning, a barrage of rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel hours after sides agree to cease-fire, setting off air raid sirens, this as the death toll is rising yet again in the Middle East. What's driving the violence and why should you know about it? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer has been following the latest developments and joins Tony with analysis.
The first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry took place on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. NBC News Radio's Michael Bower joins Tony with the latest.
The number of government requests for user data have climbed to a new record, Facebook said in its biannual transparency report. Those requests rose 16% during the first half of 2019 to 128,617, Facebook wrote in a blog post on Wednesday. That's up from the 25,607 government requests in 2013, the first year Facebook published that data. Not surprisingly, the U.S. has submitted the most requests so far in 2019 at 50,714, according to Facebook. Those requests asked for data from 82,461 total users/accounts. Facebook also said Wednesday that it had shut down over 5 BILLION fake accounts in 2019. In 2018 they only removed 3.3 billion. ABC News' Cheri Preston looks at the numbers and joins Tony with a breakdown.
Paul Clark from the UofL School of Nursing and Franciscan Brother did interviews with ER nurses in states with legalized marijuana. He found folks “overdosing” on marijuana, getting really sick and worrying that it’s something really bad. He also talked to people smoking pot to alleviate abdominal and intestinal problems and found that the pot is actually causing it. Lastly, docs and nurses having tough time diagnosing marijuana-related problems or overlooking worse problems. Paul dropped in the studio to talk with Tony about what else he discovered.