Plus, separated families are among the contenders for Time's Person of the Year, Trump's EPA prepares a new clean water rule, All-America teams are out for college football and you might want to check your car's headlights soon.
Plus, a Russian charged with conspiracy argues why the transcript of a phone conversation shouldn't be made public, 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' really can't stay, a winter storm forces hundreds of cancelled flights and Alaska's largest city continues to recover from an earthquake.
Plus, the latest Heisman trophy will be awarded, a winter storm will bring heaps of snow to parts of the South, China is preparing to explore the dark side of the moon and tourist sites in Paris will close amid protest fears.
More of our extended interview with Epic Lloyd and Nice Peter, the guys behind the Epic Rap Battles YouTube video series, who tell about how they met and got started, and offer their take on that 7-year-old kid making $22 million yearly from YouTube.
Special guest Alex Zalben of Decider.com comes aboard to talk about the CW's newest TV superhero crossover starring Flash, Green Arrow and Supergirl, plus we dig into what's up with the cancellation of the popular "Daredevil" show on Netflix.
Nice Peter and Epic Lloyd are back at it, after a nearly 2 year break, taking on Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk in their latest YouTube video. Jefferson Graham sits down with Peter Shukoff and Lloyd Ahlquist for #TalkingTech.
Plus, the 2019 Golden Globe nominees are revealed, rain and snow are expected to slam the Southwest, the Supreme Court will hear a closely watched double jeopardy case and the search is on for a crew of Marines after a warplane collision.
You read, you watched, you listened, you had questions about our piece on cable TV alternatives. South Dakota resident Andy Graning joins Jefferson Graham to report on how cutting the cord is playing in the middle of the country, on the #TalkingTech podcast
Plus, the CIA director will brief senators on Jamal Khashoggi's slaying, the Wisconsin GOP rushes to limit power from incoming Democrats, Seattle wins an NHL team and SpaceX launches a flight with worms on board.
Edit: SpaceX postponed their scheduled launch to Wednesday, December 5.
Plus, Alaska feels effects of a 7.0 earthquake, lawmakers want to investigate the labor secretary for a past plea deal given to a pedophile, James Comey will testify in private and Cher's biopic musical debuts.
Jefferson Graham compares the pros and cons of the five major cable TV streaming alternatives, YouTubeTV, Sony Playstation Vue, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Now and Sling TV on #TalkingTech. Which one is best for you?