Trump essentially admits to the allegations at center of impeachment; MGM settles with shooting victims; Instagram wants to kill Snap; controversial 'Joker' finally opens & Fresh Prince capsule collection.
New research on the vape-linked mystery illness; first impeachment testimony today; an incredible show of grace in a Dallas courtroom; Microsoft tries for a smartphone again; ATM fees at record & Love, Hate, Ate.
The Sec. of State vs. House Dems; Trump wanted a snake-filled moat at the border; cop convicted of murder; Obama spiked an FDA flavored e-cig ban; Zuckerberg says Warren president is threat to Facebook & Harry and Meghan wage war on British press.
All the headlines in the fast-moving impeachment inquiry, California gov. signs pay-to-play act; pharmacy chains pull Zantac; study casts doubt on red meat guidelines & the Fall Classic is here at last.
Greta Thunberg scolds world leaders; Trump ordered military aid withheld from Ukraine; Boris Johnson rebuked by UK's high court; the collapse of Thomas Cook; Amazon readying AirPod competitor & a new Jeopardy! contestant to watch.
World leaders gather in NYC to talk climate; Trump admits to asking Ukrainian president for dirt on Biden; Antonio Brown 'done' with NFL; billionaire settles up on his student debt promise & 'Fleagbag' shocks at the Emmys.
Israeli election deadlocked; Saudis calm oil markets; several new threats in an active hurricane season; latest in the streaming wars; remembering Coking Roberts & the new words added to the dictionary.
The president cans his third national security adviser; Netanyahu pledges to annex West Bank; the announcements from Apple's fall hardware event; pay-to-play in college sports & reflecting on 9/11, 18 years later.
Dorian to make landfall in N.C.; a potential breakthrough in what's causing vaping sickness; floodgates open on open-carry; Facebook gets into the dating game; Serena cruises to final & researchers may have solved the Nessie mystery.
Carolina coast in the crosshairs; a Trump scandal bizarre even by Trump standards; Brexit update; Michigan to ban flavored e-cig products as second person dies of lung illness; Lyft accused of 'sexual predator crisis'; 100th season of NFL starts tonight; US Open semis & Love, Hate, Ate.
Jill is back and we track Dorian's turn toward the US; boat fire kills two dozen; death penalty for mass shooters; Facebook considers killing the thing that it invented & recapping a great weekend at the Open.
Puerto Rico spared as Dorian strengthens; top-tier Dem candidates to appear on stage together; Greta Thunberg reaches NYC; tracking the retail apocalypse; U.S. Open update & Obama's youngest daughter chooses...
Puerto Rico in path of tropical storm today as W.H. pulls FEMA funding; Trump tells aides they can break law to start wall; Sackler family looking to settle Oxy suits; Bolsonaro demands apology from Macron; tobacco giants to re-merge & shakeups at SNL.
Why the rainforest is on fire; Parkland activists unveil gun plan; doctors who used own sperm in artificial insemination; how to clean your Apple Card; T. Swift has a plan to take back her masters & Love, Hate, Ate.
The president cancels a trip to Denmark because he can't buy Greenland; more gun arrests as the NRA strikes again; Apple wants you on your iPhone at all costs; Matrix 4 a go, Bond 25 has a name and Spider-Man future up in the air & the federal recommendations for thermostat temps raises eyebrows.
Police say they disrupted three separate mass shootings; neo-Nazis descend on Portland; ISIS rising threat in Afghanistan; Weight Watchers slammed for kids' app; end of summer heat & box office surprise.
Israeli gov. backtracks after banning members of Congress; July was the hottest month on Earth in recorded history; Trump wants to buy Greenland; change to cigarette packaging & Selena Gomez launching beauty line.
Could the Chinese military intervene in Hong Kong protests; new rules on legal immigration and endangered species; Epstein's private island raided; Tumblr sold for peanuts & fall menus debuting earlier than ever.
A gunman killed 20 and injured at least 26 in a crowded Walmart in El Paso, Texas after posting an anti-immigrant manifesto; Thirteen hours later another gunman killed nine people, including his sister, in Dayton, Ohio; Puerto Rico has a new governor & two United pilots arrested after allegedly failing alcohol breath tests. Everything you Need2Know for Monday, August 5.
President Trump ramps up his trade war with China; Admiral tells Navy SEALs to restore discipline; Greenland sees massive ice melt; Jeff Bezos sells $1.18 billion worth of stock and SJP has a wine company. Everything you Need2Know for Friday August 2, 2019.
Candidates go after frontrunner Joe Biden in Dem Debates; Osama bin Laden's son is dead; Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time since 2008; Impossible burgers head to grocery stores & Meghan Markle has a fashion line. Everything you Need2Know for Thursday August 1, 2019.
Ten Democratic candidates face off in the first night of debates; Apple reports declining profits; NYC subway system officially abandoning the MetroCard; Prince Harry says he plans to have two kids maximum out of concern for the planet; Blue Ivy Carter makes it to Billboard 100 at age seven. Everything you Need2Know for Wednesday July 31, 2019.
President Trump signs 9/11 bill; Round two of Democratic debates start tonight; India's tiger population grows; Uber lays off 400 from marketing team & delivery drivers may be tasting your food. Everything you Need2Know for Tuesday July 30, 2019.
At least three killed, including a 6-year-old, in a shooting in California; U.S. Supreme Court issues border wall ruling; Puerto Rico's Justice Secretary says she doesn't want the governor job; Hong Kong protests turn violent & the Lion King is raking in massive amounts of money. Everything you Need2Know for Monday, July 29, 2019.
A troubling new report from the Senate Intelligence Committee; William Barr orders federal government to resume capital punishment; Sixteen Marines arrested; Europe on track for hottest July on record & Megan Rapinoe has a book deal. Everything you Need2Know for Friday, July 26, 2019.
The takeaways from the Mueller testimony; Jeff Epstein possible suicide attempt; Bernie Madoff makes a plea for clemency; the largest tech fine ever; Anne Hathaway pregnancy struggles & Love, Hate, Ate, Summer in the City Edition.
UK set to elect Boris Johnson; outbreak of alcohol poisonings in Costa Rica; protesters bring San Juan to a standstill; Hawaii telescope outrage; Equifax settles over data breach; Netflix for kids & Tom Hanks makes his Mr. Rogers debut.
Heat wave breaks today; Iran says it executed spies working with CIA; Puerto Rico governor standing firm; Trump's intervention in A$AP Rocky case could backfire & Lion King roars at box office as Marvel previews upcoming slate.
The president celebrates after impeachment vote fizzles; Netflix loses subscribers for first time; Gossip Girl coming back; FaceApp's ties to Russia & we ask our parents where they were when man landed on the moon.
Hot temps through the weekend for 2/3 of the country; chaos erupts on House floor; former SCOTUS justice dies; Netflix cuts controversial scene; Emmy noms; astronaut survey & Love, Hate, Ate a day early.
The GOP silent on Trump's taunt of Dems; Bill de Blasio missing in action during NYC blackout; ICE raids fail to materialize; NOLA spared the worst from Barry; Facebook hit with massive fine & Wimbledon instant classic.
Border arrests drop as ICE raids set to begin this weekend; tracking a potential hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico; markets hit all-time highs; the highest-paid celebrities; America salutes the USWNT & Love, Hate, Ate with a special guest.
A 6.4 quake spooks southern California; President Trump gets his tanks; Census back in question; the House gets its first Independent congressman & U.S. women on the march toward their second straight title.
Biden in the crosshairs at the second night of the debate; a pair of SCOTUS rulings could reshape the political landscape; Trump jokes with Putin at G20; T. Swift on Amazon Prime; World Cup preview & the gay rights movement turns 50.
Jill and Carlo are joined by Cheddar D.C. Bureau Chief J.D. Durkin and Yahoo News National Political Reporter Brittany Shepherd to discuss the Democratic debates, how a good or bad debate moment can change the race overnight, and preview where the field stands now, more than a year away from the election.
Iran says it shot down an American drone; the reparations debate; Ortiz wasn't the target; YouTube mulls big changes; Slack goes public; no one's wearing deodorant & a special Love, Hate, Ate: Celebrity Chef Edition.
U.S. sending troops to Mideast; Dallas shooter up close; Harvard rescinds Parkland survivor admission; a remote controlled by your eyes; world population will plateau & Gloria Vanderbilt is eulogized by her son.
Oil spikes as tankers hit in Gulf of Oman; Trump says he wouldn't tell FBI of foreign intel offer; Stewart gets it done on the Hill; AOC and Ted Cruz on the same page; Ortiz shooting was an attempted hit; Blues win Cup & Love, Hate, Ate: Booze in a Juicebox Edition.
Helicopter crash lands on roof of Manhattan skyscraper; Congress and DOJ come to agreement on Mueller evidence; Canada plastic ban; border data breach; Warriors win but Durant goes down & a da Vinci mystery solved.
Carlo sits down with Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado for a discussion about his uphill presidential campaign. You may not be familiar with Bennet, but he has one of the most ambitious policy agendas of all the Democrats running in 2020. Bennet outlines his approach to taking on President Trump and why he eschews the label "centrist" for a title he says better describes himself -- a "pragmatic idealist."
First in a series of conversations with the 2020 candidates.
Mexico and U.S. officials reportedly making progress in immigration deal; an apology 50 years in the making; Obamas on Spotify; French Open upset; celebrity splitsville; Warriors investor in hot water & Love, Hate, Ate: Ice Pop Edition.
President Trump has a DAY; North Korea reportedly executes U.S. envoy; Hollywood floodgates open on abortion law; the spelling bee ends in eight-way tie & readers respond to Carlo's Uber rating hot take.
5G, OTT, SVOD, skinny bundles. What does it all mean? Jill and Carlo talk with two-time Survivor contestant Rob Cesternino and Cheddar's Michelle Castillo about how the television landscape is changing, and what's staying the same.
You can listen to Rob's reality TV podcasts here: https://robhasawebsite.com/
Mueller ups the impeachment ante; White House asked USS John McCain to move for POTUS; debacle for Netanyahu; Uber to ban low-rated riders; Alex Trebek on the mend & one thing we love, one thing we hate, one thing we ate.
Extreme weather sets a new record with consecutive days of twisters; abortion battle lines are drawn; MacKenzie Bezos gives away half; Broadway breaks record; Jeopardy! face-off & burnout is now a real illness.