Rich Zeoli talked to Dean Henry, an Adjunct Professor of Information Security at La Salle University, about the hacking attack on Sony that originated in North Korea and the ramifications moving forward.
It takes a lot to shock and outrage Mike Tyson. Sounds like a job for Dennis Rodman.
Dennis Rodman is going back to North Korea, and he says he will bring a team of former NBA players with him.
Chris is suspicious of Senator Pat Toomey’s secret negotiations of gun control legislation as well as the media coverage of the Kermit Gosnell trial. He talks to Tom Fitton from Judicial Watch, Frank Gaffney from the Center for Security Policy, Author Richard Miniter about his book, Leading from Behind, and President of the Heritage Foundation, Jim DeMint.
Bills WR Stevie Johnson Suggests On Twitter That North Korea Bomb Foxboro, Mass
Many Korean-Americans retain ties to South Korea, so they’ve been watching the events there with interest — but not with too much worry.
Former NBA great Dennis Rodman is in Rome closely following the election process of the new Pope and he spoke with Eyewitness News Wednesday.
“I am really happy, happy to have the dictation over,” says Stephen Kim, who has been in the US for 32 years and owns a restaurant in the Olney section of Philadelphia. His father escaped North Korea just before the war.
Chris reacts to the death of Kim Jong Il, talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup, Comcast Sportsnet’s Ray Didinger on the Eagles win, and Seth Everett on the Phillies re-signing of Jimmy Rollins.
Kim Jong Il, North Korea’s mercurial and enigmatic leader, has died. He was 69.
Newly elected congressmen from the area will have to deal with international events that have been making headlines.