Chris reviews the latest in the Fast and Furious Scandal and ESPN pulling Hank Williams Jr from Monday Night Football. He talks to the Commonwealth Foundations, Matt Broulliette, about the effort to privatized the state’s liquor stores and CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen on the Amanda Knox case.
A state senator is making a second go at bringing online betting to New Jersey.
Chris discusses liberals in the media turning away from President Obama. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about Mike Patterson and Hunter Pence and former Chairman of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, Jonathan Newman, about privatizing the state stores.
The NABJ was started in Philadelphia in 1975, so Philadelphia, as the founding city and this year’s host city for the convention and career fair, is really putting on the show.
Medicare and Medicaid fraud were at the top of the agenda at the sixth annual regional Health Care Fraud Prevention Summit, at the University of the Sciences, in West Philadelphia.
Chris talks to Chris Butler about gas prices and oil speculation, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about the Flyers and Sixers playoff battles, reviews Boeings battle with their union and wonders why the media is paying so much attention to the Royal Wedding.
Chris sleeps through the new FAA air traffic controller mandates. He talks to Phil Levota and Jeff Roe in the Monday Morning Matchup about the debt ceiling and Donald Trump and asks Charlie Manuel about the Phillies win over the Marlins yesterday.
Chris examines the legacy of John Adler, the decision of President Obama to continue using military tribunals to try Guantanamo detainees, toads crossing the road in Roxborough and talks to Rick Santorum about the 2012 Presidential Campaign.
Chris diputes a study that says the Delaware Valley is one of the most toxic regions in the country, talks with Senator Pat Toomey about his first speech on the Senate Floor and engages with Shirley Phelps-Roper about the Supreme Court’s ruling that says their protest at a soldier’s funeral was protected speech.
Chris discusses the latest developments from Wisconsin and federal tax dollars that might not be coming to the city. He also talks to Iowa Representative Steve King and Robert Stauffer, who had $1400 returned to him by a homeless man in West Chester.