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Behind The Scenes Of James Comey’s Epic Firing:

A little past 5 p.m. on Tuesday, a black Ford Taurus slowed to a stop just outside FBI headquarters in Washington and dispatched a white-haired man in a dark suit.

He emerged from the car alone, a manila folder in his right hand, and walked slowly toward the agency’s appointment gate. Passersby paid little notice.

But Keith Schiller, President Donald Trump’s pugnacious former bodyguard who now sits sentry outside the Oval Office doors, was at the law enforcement agency armed with a bombshell message from his longtime boss to FBI Director James Comey: “You are hereby terminated and removed from office.”

Florida Teen Who Threw Woman Into Pool Arrested:

A Florida teenager turned himself in to police after a video showing him dragging and throwing a woman into a pool was posted online, officials said.

The video was captured during a pool party Saturday at a residential community in North Lauderdale, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office said.
Video footage shows a woman walking into the pool area with her two dogs before some partygoers began surrounding the woman and taking video with their cellphones.

Matt Antignolo has worked in public school cafeterias for 24 years.

He’s learned two key truths: Just about every kid loves pizza, and an alarming number of American youngsters still can’t afford a $2.35 lunch, despite the dramatic expansion of free and reduced lunch programs.

When a student doesn’t have enough money for lunch, cafeteria staff in many districts, including Antignolo’s, take away the child’s tray of hot food and hand the student a brown paper bag containing a cold cheese sandwich and a small milk. Some schools take away their lunch entirely.


Dim the lights …”American Idol” is coming back.

ABC has reached an agreement with FremantleMedia to bring the singing competition that birthed a reality TV movement back from the dead.

The agreement comes a little more than a year after the series went off the air after 15 seasons on Fox.

ABC announced the deal on Tuesday’s “Good Morning America.” The show will be scheduled sometime during the 2017-2018 television season, possibly on Sunday nights.

It is unknown whether original host Ryan Seacrest will lead the ABC incarnation.

No Radiation Reports After Tunnel Collapse At Hanford Nuclear Site:

A 20-foot hole in the roof of a tunnel at Washington state’s Hanford nuclear waste site will be filled with clean soil, according to the US Department of Energy.

Earlier in the day, workers noticed that a section of the tunnel had caved in. The tunnel — which is made of wood and concrete and covered in 8 feet of soil — was constructed during the Cold War to hold rail cars loaded with equipment that had been contaminated in the process of plutonium production. It has been sealed since the mid-1990s, according to the Department of Energy.

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