Will LaGrone has been a paramedic for 26 years, but nothing could prepare him for a run like this. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
The bad news on the COVID-19 pandemic continues to mount in the United States, with more records set over the weekend. Are there any states with declining cases, and why is the Governor of Georgia and the Mayor of Atlanta now at odds? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer has the latest numbers and breaks it down with Tony.
President Trump commuting the sentence of his friend Roger Stone drew reaction from inside and outside Capitol Hill. NBC News Radio's Michael Bower is following and joins Tony with analysis.
Nearly 600 military medical personnel are being deployed to help take care of COVID-19 patients. U.S. Northern Command confirmed the deployment over the weekend. The additional resources include an Urban Augmentation Medical Task Force from the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD). ABC News' Jim Ryan joins Tony with a looks.
As colleges and universities announce their plans for the upcoming semester, many families are worried about footing the bill for a significantly different experience. Is it worth it to shell out tens of thousands of dollars, or to go into debt, for virtual learning that may not fit the style of the student? CBS News Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger takes a look with Tony.
Against the backdrop of widespread protests against police brutality, a pandemic that’s taken more than 130,000 lives, and rising extremist violence, America finds itself divided just months ahead of the 2020 election. And when both sides can’t seem to agree on what threats to focus on — or whether those threats even exist — many are warning that our response to the coronavirus, or potential election interference, could be hindered due to simple partisanship. John has held various positions in both Republican and Democratic administrations, and can talk about how our politics has impacted our ability to ensure national security and public safety. Former Acting Undersecretary for Intelligence at the Department of Homeland Security, John Cohen joins Tony with analysis.