Chris reviews the latest involving the government shutdown, Bob Costas’ commentary on the Washington Redskins, and the Eagles win yesterday in Tampa Bay. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup and CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger.
As frustration with the federal government shutdown grows, a group of runners hit the road Sunday around Valley Forge National Historical Park to protest its closure.
Xerox announced late in the evening that access had been restored for users in the 17 states affected by the outage, hours after the first problems were reported.
Employees of the historic City Tavern restaurant in Old City Philadelphia returned to work on Saturday after being sent home 10 days ago as part of the government shutdown.
After falling victim to the federal government shutdown, City Tavern will reopen Saturday.
Craft breweries are feeling the effects of a government shutdown by not being able to bring new brews to market.
Comprehensive research out of Georgetown University claims that shifting “economic realities” and an increasingly non-linear relationship between work, education and retirement is behind the lag in transition to adulthood.
Chris reviews President Obama’s interview with local News Anchor Rick Williams, the NFL’s announcement they will meet with a Native American group over the name of the Washington Redskins, and the President’s appointment of Janet Yellen for the next Chair of the Federal Reserve. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
A spokesman for the governor says Pennsylvania should be able to get through the month of October before it feels the effect of the federal government shutdown on health, safety and human service programs.
Eddie and Kerri Guster review the thousands of dollars in bills they can’t pay now that Eddie is furloughed from his job at the Environmental Protection Agency.
With Congress supposedly looking worse than a pile of dog poo to most Americans, one website is suggesting you “drunk dial” and tell your elected officials how you really feel.
That’s according to Public Policy Polling, which released the results of its latest survey following the government shutdown.
Chris discusses last night’s debate between Senate Candidates in New Jersey, the latest on the government shutdown, and the Pittsburgh Steelers decision to help promote Obamacare. He talks New Jersey Senate Candidate Steve Lonegan and author Terry Lenzner.
The Pentagon can no longer issue the $100,000 payment to the family of a dead service member so funerals and other immediate needs can be met.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz wants lawmakers to come together to resolve their political gridlock. And he’s giving away free coffee to customers who set an example how to do it.