Chris discussed HitchBOT’s final moments, President Obama’s new climate change regulations, and Hillary Clinton’s video defending Planned Parenthood. He talked with the “Edward Snowden” of the energy industry at 7:20 and Author of the book, Scarlet Letters: The Ever Increasing Intolerance of the Cult of Liberalism, Jack Cashill, at 8:20.
On the heels of his trade to the Texas Rangers, former Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels is thanking the fans in a full-page ad in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Chris discussed Donald Trumps turn to criticize Hillary Clinton, the latest on the indictment of Congressman Chaka Fattah, and the petition to extradite the dentist that killed Cecil the Lion, Walter Palmer. He talked to Chris Butler on Finance Friday about the housing market at 7:00 and Phillies Announcer Scott Franzke about the trade of Cole Hamels at 8:00.
Rendell told Rich Zeoli on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT he thinks she should vigorously fight back against the allegations.
Members of the Newspaper Guild of Greater Philadelphia, representing about 445 workers, have authorized the union’s executive board, by a vote of 263-15, to begin strike preparations.
The contract negotiations involve workers at the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Daily News, and Philly.com.
Those documents contain some dramatic moments but few apparent answers.
Rich covers the federal corruption charges against New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez, children drinking alcohol on holidays, and FOX News Sunday Host Chris Wallace ‘fatshaming’ Kelly Clarkson. He also talked to former federal prosecutor Lee Vartan.
Davis stresses he is not confirming the Inquirer’s report and re-asserts that Kane has done nothing wrong or illegal.
By Jim Donovan: I recently alerted CBS 3 viewers about a subscription scam involving the New York Times, well now the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News are warning subscribers about fraudulent renewal notices too. The […]
Tony Auth — A Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist who worked for the Philadelphia Inquirer for more than 40 years — has died.
The Philadelphia Daily News reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize for a 2009 series on police corruption is in the uncomfortable position of challenging the credibility of one of their own sources.
Chris reviews the news media coverage of the upheaval in Ferguson, Missouri, the beheading of an American journalist by ISIS in Iraq, and the latest edition of Drunk History. He talks to Photographer WIll Steacy at 7:20 and Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg at 8:20.
Chris discussed Actor Jason Biggs apology on the View for comments he made on Twitter after the Malaysian Airlines tragedy last week, Former NFL Coach Tony Dungy saying he would not have drafted Michael Sam and the future of Philadelphia’s beer gardens. He took calls on whether President Obama should’ve changed his schedule after the plane crash and Israel’s invasion into Gaza.
Lenfest says he respects Drew Katz’s decision to sell the Katz family interest in the company just 18 days after the sudden loss of his father, Lewis.