Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Believe it or not, good things are happening in 2020. Talk about being in the right place at the right time. If this doesn't make you feel good, you may need to check your pulse. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"

Is Congress coming back to Washington, in the middle of the August recess? Who's making the call, and why? NBC News Radio National Correspondent Bill Zimpfer is available from 5a-12n and will have the latest on plans to bring Congress back into session.

The NFAC has said they may return to Louisville for then Kentucky Derby. Joining Tony is CBS News Law Enforcement and Security Analyst Paul Viollis to break down what should be expected.

Wanna make some money this Derby Day? Our own Jody Demling has some tips and strategies ge wants to share with you. He joins Tony to break it down.

This election cycle’s DNC likely won’t feature any of the traditional hallmarks of a political convention: no crowds of cheering political operatives, no Macarena dance parties à la the ’96 DNC, and no balloons either! The convention is a virtual affair this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic. But there is one thing that’ll carryover from conventions of the past- lots of speeches! Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, Former Ohio Governor John Kasich, Former First Lady Michelle Obama, and many others took to the virtual stage Monday night, so: who made an impact, and who fell flat? Alex will have your answer. What’s more, the DNC will have to share the headlines this week with a growing crisis at the US Postal Service. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling her members back to Washington to vote on a relief package for the popular agency, and Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is now set to testify on Capitol Hill next Monday. ABC News Political Analyst Alex Castellanos joins Tony with a look at what’s shaping up to be another wild political week.

Seven Louisville metro council members file a vote of no-confidence against Mayor Greg Fischer. The Mayor joins Tony to respond.