Zeoli Show Log 07.27.15Rich discussed President Obama in Ethiopia, Gov. Chris Christie on Donald Trump and the Good Samaritan law in New Jersey. He also discussed a woman being banned from Walmart, Colin Cowherd's comments on ESPN, and explores the laws of cheating. Rich spoke with Federalist Senior Editor David Harsanyi regarding the Republican Party at 5:30pm.
Study: Men And Women Have Different Views On InfidelityIt’s no secret that men and women see some things very differently, and a new study seems to back that up when it comes to infidelity.
8th Educator Charged In Philadelphia Test Cheating ProbeA former Philadelphia principal has become the eighth person charged in a sweeping grand jury probe of cheating on standardized tests.
'Mate Poachers' Usually Less Committed, Less Satisfied In RelationshipsThose who were poached by their significant other are, essentially, “grass is always greener” types, in that they perceive potential romantic alternatives outside their relationship to be of “higher quality” than the person they’re with.
When Does Chatting Become Cheating?Marriage counselors are calling it a disturbing trend that is ruining relationships and families.
NJ Man Convicted 3rd Time For Cheating At CrapsTwice apparently wasn't enough for a northern New Jersey man when it came to bending the rules at the craps tables.
Parents React To Philadelphia School Cheating ScandalOne parent can't believe the cheating allegations against the principal and four other teachers, one of whom was a teacher here when she was a student.
Study Claims Frequent Tweeters Might Be Frequent CheatersA new study out of the University of Missouri claims frequent Twitter use might be linked to cheating and infidelity.
Research Shows Cheating May Boost CreativityThe research suggests that lying about your performance on one thing could increase creativity in another.
Study: Length Of Relationship Bears Weight When Deciding Whether To Forgive A CheaterAccording to the research, activation in different parts of the brain during two experiments indicated “that decision making is less controlled and more automatic following a later as opposed to an earlier trust breach.”
Stigall Show Log 4.26.13Chris reviews the Phillie's third straight loss to the Pirates and the Eagles selection of Lane Johnson in the first round of the NFL Draft. He also discusses the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and the chances that Kermit Gosnell could be acquitted. He talks to Ray Didinger from CSN Philly, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, and Lesley Van Arsdall from CBS 3.
Website Ranks Philadelphia Among The Top Cities For CheatersIf you’re planning a romantic dinner this Valentine’s Day, beware: your spouse might be stuck on the side dish.