Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Airplane failure or pure genius? See for yourself in today's "Video of The Day"!

Playlist for Tuesday, November 26, 2019

5a Hour

  • How Do You Want It - Tupac/KC & JoJo
  • Awake - Godsmack
  • Zombie - Cranberries
  • Meanstreak - Y&T
  • Fancy - Drake/T.I./Swizz Beats
  • Happier - Marshmello/Bastille
  • Blurred Lines - Robin Thicke/Pharrell
  • Walk It/Talk It - Migos
  • Walking On The Moon - Police

6a Hour

  • Personal Jesus - Depeche Mode
  • Layla - Eric Clapton
  • Jet Airliner - Steve Miller Band
  • Holiday Road - Lindsey Buckingham
  • Jet City Women - Queensryche
  • Panini - Lil Nas X
  • Fortress Around Your Heart - Sting
  • Holiday - Green Day
  • Faith - Galantis/Dolly Parton/Mr. Probz

7a Hour

  • Africa - Weezer
  • Galway Girl - Ed Sheeran
  • Games Without Frontiers - Peter Gabriel
  • Voices - Disturbed
  • Lit Right Now - Ayo & Teo
  • Roam - B-52's
  • For The Love of Money - Queen Latifah/Troop/Lavert
  • Turn Me On - Riton, Oliver Heldens, Vula
  • Love Stinks - J. Giles Band
  • Insane In The Brain - Cypress Hill

8a Hour

  • Don't You Tread On Me - Damn Yankees
  • Never Gonna Give You Up - Barry White
  • Ridin The Storm Out - REO Speedwagon

Celine Dion and Micheal Jackson making a return and the Frozen domination? How long can it last? That and more in today's Entertainment News.

Millions of Americans travel plans may be affected by a major winter storm that is bearing down on the Midwest. NBC News Radio's Michael Bower is following and joins Tony with a preview of the busiest travel day of the year

CBS News National Correspondent David Martin spoke exclusively with Navy Secretary Richard Spencer a day after Defense Secretary Mark Esper requested his resignation. Spencer tells CBS News President Trump's decision to stop a Pentagon review of Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher sends a message "that you can get away with things." Spencer, who was forced to step down over his handling of the controversial Gallagher case, defended his actions. Gallagher was accused of war crimes, which included shooting civilians, murdering a captured ISIS fighter with a hunting knife and threatening to kill SEALs who reported to him. He was acquitted in his court martial, but was convicted of the lesser charge of posing with the corpse. Did the President overstep here or does he simply have his military's back? CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons joins Tony with analysis.

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