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05/01/17: May Day, Trillion Dollar Spending Bill, Hollywood Writers Strike, Smart Credit Cards and a “Pay What You Can” Supermarket

Today is "May Day" with rallies in cities across the US. Lawmakers settle on a one trillion dollar spending bill to avoid another potential government shutdown, Hollywood writers could go on strike tomorrow impacting your TV line-up, smart credit cards seem like a good idea, but it may never see the light of day, and a supermarket tells customers to “pay whatever they can” for the food in their store. Plus, we have wacky resume blunders and Daily Deals from Jo-Ann Fabrics, Harbor Freight,...

Duration: 00:14:43

04/28/17: Trump Speaks at NRA, Short Term Spending Bill, Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling Order, United Airlines Settles Lawsuit and “Napercise”

President Trump speaks in Atlanta at the NRA’s annual meeting meanwhile the state considers a controversial law involving guns on college campuses. Congress hopes to pass a short-term spending bill today to avoid a government shutdown. United Airlines settles a lawsuit with the doctor who was dragged off their plane. And a new exercise class offers uninterrupted sleep for 45 minutes! Plus, we’re chatting about original children’s series in our segment “Naptime with Netflix” and Freebie...

Duration: 00:14:28

04/27/17: Trump Tax Plan, NAFTA Negotiations, BOARD Fairly Act, America’s Top High Schools, and the 101 Cheese Pizza

It’s being called the biggest tax cut in our nation’s history, so what does President Trump’s tax plan actually say? The US is not dropping out of NAFTA, not yet at least. Should airlines be prohibited from kicking passengers off flights? That’s the idea behind the new BOARD Fairly Act. A big surprise as US News releases their report on America’s top high schools and the thoughts behind a pizza with 101 types of cheeses. Plus, Daily Deals from Best Buy, Walgreen’s and Fat Brain Toys.

Duration: 00:16:45

04/26/17: THAAD Missile Defense System, White House Senate Brief, Sanctuary City Lawsuit, Growing Humans in Plastic Bags and Black Ice Cream

THAAD, a US Missile Defense System, makes significant progress, as tensions continue to mount on the Korean peninsula. All 100 senators are invited to a classified meeting today at the White House to discuss North Korea. A District Judge sides with sanctuary cities to stop the Department of Justice from withholding funds. Could we eventually be growing humans in plastic bags, science suggests it’s possible. And black ice-cream could be the summer craze sweeping the country. Plus our segment...

Duration: 00:16:52

04/25/17: North Korea Military Drill, Government Shutdown, Trump Executive Orders, Astronaut Breaks US Record, Man Wins Lottery Twice

The United States pressures North Korea as a US nuclear submarine arrives, raising the stakes even higher. Trump takes border wall funding off the table in hopes of avoiding a government shutdown, a US astronaut breaks a record for the amount of time spent in space. And a man wins thousands of dollars in the lottery- twice! Plus, we’re featuring flexible jobs for parents in our segment “Job Boreds”, and Daily Deals from Petco, Peet’s Coffee and Tea and Crazy 8.

Duration: 00:16:44

04/24/17: North Korea Tension, Congress Returns from Recess, Healthy Frozen Veggies, Airline Stroller Incident and Black Lives Matter Prom Dress

North Korea threatens to sink the US Aircraft Carrier headed its way- meanwhile China urges restraint. Congress comes back from its recess in hopes of avoiding a government shutdown. American Airlines faces tough criticism as a flight attendant allegedly grabs a stroller from a mom, hitting her and nearly missed her baby. And a Florida teen wears a “Black Lives Matter” dress to prom that’s going viral. Plus, important stress relievers for busy parents and Daily Deals from Walgreens, Toys R...

Duration: 00:17:57

04/21/17: Officials Visit US Border Cities, DACA Deportation Case, Cord Blood Improves Memory, First-Time Astronaut and Real Flying Cars

Prototypes are coming together for President Trump’s border wall with construction possibly starting this summer. A DREAMer loses his DACA status and is deported back to Mexico, Republicans say they are “very close” to a consensus on health care reform. Research suggest umbilical cord blood can improve your memory, and a German company has made the first flying car, and it’s pretty cool! Plus, learn all about contronyms in our Segment of the Day and Freebie Fridays from Bath & Body Works,...

Duration: 00:16:15

04/20/17: North Korea Diplomacy, NFL Aaron Hernandez Death, Bose Privacy Lawsuit, Chocolate Raises Heart Rates, and Mom Body Shaming in Target

The U.S. hopes to rid North Korea of nuclear weapons through diplomacy, but the North sends threats instead. The family of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez has many questions today about his apparent prison suicide. Could your Bose headphones be invading your privacy, a news lawsuit says yes. And newly postpartum mom speaks out after a being body shamed while shopping at Target. Plus, our segment “Finish That Phrase” and Daily Deals from Quickbooks Online, Starbucks and Old Navy.

Duration: 00:16:25

04/19/17: Fresno Killer Arrested, McDonald’s Finds Facebook Killer, Georgia Runoff Election, Asteroid Nears Earth and Starbuck’s Unicorn Frappuccino

Dangerous killers, one in Fresno and one known as the "Facebook Killer", are no longer a threat to the community. There’s no clear winner in Georgia’s special election yesterday for a house seat. An asteroid zooms past Earth today, but gets super close and Starbuck’s announces their Unicorn Frappuccino. Plus, tips to get your spouse to help with the household chores and Daily Deals from CVS, Janie and Jack, and The PBS Kids Store.

Duration: 00:16:59

04/18/17: Tax Day, North Korea Plans Missile Strikes, Trump Visa Executive Order, Clear Coffee, Kid TV Viewing and Smoking Pot as a Family

It’s Tax Day! Now that you’ve filed your income taxes, enjoy some great discounts from retailers around the country! North Korea ignores warnings from the US and claims regular missile strikes are on the way. President Trump signs an executive order to “Buy American, Hire American”. Clear coffee- could it really be possible? And a new study suggests more parents are smoking pot with their kids as a family. Plus, our segment “Job Boreds” features flexible jobs for families!

Duration: 00:17:13

04/17/17: North Korea Missile Fails, Judge Gorsuch Starts New Job, United Airlines’ Policy Changes, April the Giraffe Gives Birth

Vice President Mike Pence addresses troop and allies in South Korea, just one day after North Korea’s failed missile launch. Our newest Supreme Court Justice, Neil Gorsuch, begins his first day on the job, United Airlines makes some changes to its company policy, despite another issue with some passengers. And remember April the Giraffe? Well, she finally gave birth! Plus, the tax deadline is tomorrow and we’re breaking down where all your hard-earned money is going. And Daily Deals from Buy...

Duration: 00:16:51

04/14/17: “Mother of all Bombs” Hits Afghanistan, Tension with North Korea, Syrians Evacuated to Aleppo, Las Vegas Hotel Fire, and JCPenney Suspends Store Closures

The U.S. drops the “Mother of all Bombs” on an ISIS compound in Afghanistan. Tension heats up with North Korea as the country plans a big celebration this weekend- possibly with another nuclear test. Thousands of Syrians are evacuated and taken to the city of Aleppo. A fire at the Bellagio hotel closes the Las Vegas Strip overnight, and a University removes a scale from campus so it doesn’t offend anyone. Plus, we have some great ideas on where to hide those Easter eggs this weekend and...

Duration: 00:16:38

04/13/17: Russian/US Relations, North Korea’s Defiance, The New “Google Earth” and an 8-Year-Old Drives to McDonald’s

President Trump says Russia/US relations are at an all-time low, despite Tillerson’s trip to Moscow. North Korea flexes its nuclear muscles, claiming a “big and important event” is coming up. A new Google Earth is coming your way this Earth Day and an 8-year-old grabs his parent’s keys and takes his sister to McDonald’s. Plus, we have five tips to help you fit more family time into your routine and Daily Deals from Payless, HoneyBaked Ham, and Melissa & Doug.

Duration: 00:16:45

04/12/17: Tillerson Arrives in Moscow, China Seeks Peace with North Korea, United Airlines Apologies (Again), and a Distracted Driver Study

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Russia for some tough talks over their support for Syria. China says it will work with the US to end North Korea’s nuclear program, but stresses a peaceful solution. More controversy with United Airlines today after its CEO tries to apologize, and a new study suggests driving slower isn’t necessarily safer. Plus, parents share their thoughts on being sleep deprived in our segment “Would You Rather” and Daily Deals from CVS, Osh-Kosh and Pottery...

Duration: 00:17:16

04/11/17: San Bernardino School Shooting, Passenger Dragged off United Flight, Tillerson Preps for Russia, NASA’s “Adopt the Planet”

A heartbreaking day for many parents yesterday as a man opens fire at a California elementary school. United Airlines has a lot of explaining to do when a video surfaces of a passenger being dragged off their airplane. Middle eastern countries side with America and our allies to stabilize Syria. NASA’s wants you to adopt a portion of our planet, and the annual Peep eating competition, how many could you eat in five minutes? Plus, we’ll highlight some flexible jobs for parents in our segment...

Duration: 00:19:25

04/10/17: Egypt Church Bombings, G7 Discusses Syria, Gorsuch Swear-In, Airline Travel Improves, and the Most Stressful States

It was a tragic Palm Sunday yesterday as two bombs kill dozens of people at two churches in Egypt. Foreign Ministers from the G7 meet today to discuss Syria and the US response. Gorsuch is officially swore-in as an associate justice on the United States Supreme Court, a study reveals the most stressful states in America, and a mom delivers a baby mid-flight on Turkish Airlines. Plus, Daily Deals from Tiny Prints, Bed Bath and Beyond and Kohl’s.

Duration: 00:21:10

04/07/17: US Strikes Syrian Airbase, Trump Meets with China, Gorsuch Confirmation Vote, and the Best Restaurant in the World

The United States strikes a Syrian airbase overnight- a swift response to the government’s deadly chemical attack earlier this week. How is the world reacting and how can this impact President Trump summit today with the President of China? The Senate goes nuclear to stop the Democrats’ filibuster- paving the way for Gorsich to have a permanent seat on the Supreme Court. Food critics choose the best restaurant in the world, and it right here in the US, and a customer gives a gracious gift to...

Duration: 00:17:45

04/06/17: Severe Weather Hits East Coast, Going Nuclear for Gorsuch, Trump Hosts China, US Unemployment Drops, Parent Photoshop Fun

Major storms continue to hit the east coast today, which may include more tornadoes, flash flooding and strong winds. All eyes are on the Senate, will Republicans end Democrats’ filibuster and go nuclear for Gorsuch? President Trump hosts China at his Mar-A-Lago resort in Florida, a dramatic drop in unemployment numbers in the US, and a parent has some fun photoshopping his kid into photos. Plus, our segment “Naptime with Netflix” and Daily Deals from Carter’s, Bath & Body Works and JCPenney.

Duration: 00:14:43

04/05/17: Syria Chemical Attack, North Korea Launches Missile, Amazon Refunds for Parents, Recycled Ice Cream and Starbucks Via iMesssage

More people, including women and children, are confirmed dead in yesterday’s horrific chemical attack in Syria. North Korea fires another test missile- is the dictator threatening to strike the US? Companies microchipping their employees? Sounds like something from a science fiction film- but it’s true! Amazon refunds parents whose kids made unauthorized in-app game purchases, and could recycled ice cream help cut back on food waste? Plus, the top mistakes men make when trying to pick-up...

Duration: 00:15:35

04/04/17: GOP Negotiate Health Care, Susan Rice and Trump Surveillance, Online Privacy Bill Blocked, Yahoo/AOL Name Change, 30-Minute Power Naps

Republicans and moderates make key revisions to the GOP Health Care Bill, but will they have enough votes to pass it quickly? New information suggests a top Obama security advisor ordered the unmasking of names while surveilling Trump. The President blocks on online privacy bill, Yahoo and AOL are changing their name, and a new study suggests 30-minute naps can make you happier! Plus, parents share the most brutally honest things their kids have said to them and Daily Deals from Sally...

Duration: 00:17:21

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