The 5th Amendment, that right to remain silent we hear so much about, doesn’t always give you the right to clam up.
Chris discusses mismanagement at the Philadelphia VA office, Hillary Clinton not leaving a tip at Chipotle, and Mayor Nutter’s property tax raise proposal. He talks with Juan Pablo Di Pace, star of “A.D. The Bible Continues” and Rich Ashburn, son of the Phillies legend Richie Ashburn about Home Runs for Heart.
Ex-NFL player Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of 1st-degree murder on Wednesday morning.
It’s New Year’s resolution time. Here’s what prominent sports figures are (or should be) saying.
The 2013 season might be the best performance of Bill Belichick’s coaching career.
The Patriots knew the kind of person they were getting when they drafted Aaron Hernandez.
A legal doctrine known as the ‘marital privilege’ says that legally married spouses cannot be forced to testify against one another.
The New England Patriots are letting fans trade in their No. 81 jerseys for a different one on Saturday and Sunday.
Chris talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about their series in Los Angeles against the Dodgers, Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation about the Pennsylvania legislature’s failure to pass alcohol privatization, and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup about the immigration bill currently being debated in Washington. He also discusses the NFL’s decision not to promote the Affordable Care Act and the raise in SEPTA fares.
Chris continues his shore of the Jersey shore from Wildwood this morning. He discusses the Senate’s passage of an immigration reform bill, the testimony from the star witness in the trial against George Zimmerman, and the indictment filed against the surviving Boston Marathon bomber. He talks to the Mayor of Wildwood, Ernie Troiano, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and the voice of Roger Rabbit, Charlie Fleischer.
People mimic Aaron Hernandez on social media and call it ‘Hernandezing.’
Chris assesses yesterday’s rulings by the Supreme Court on gay marriage, the murder charges against former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez, and an ad opposing privatization of Pennsylvania’s state owned liquor stores produced by the United Food and Commercial Workers Union. He also talks to Lyle Denniston from the National Constitution Center, John Hayward from Human Events, New Jersey Senate Candidate Steve Lonegan, and Comedian Chris Hardwick.
Authorities continue to investigate the killing of a semi-pro football player whose body was found a mile from Aaron Hernandez.
A law enforecement source says Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will be charged in connection with the shooting death of a 27-year-old Dorchester man.
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