New York has a number of fascinating secret places, some that even a New Yorker may not be aware of.
Chris talked about the media coverage of the gay couple assaulted in Center City, Shaneen Allen being offered pre-trial intervention, and President Obama’s address of the threat posed by ISIL at the United Nations. He also welcomed the Eagles Cheerleaders into the studio at 8:35.
While many facts about the city by the bay may be obvious, there are many other facts that aren’t as obvious. Here are 10 things you might not know about San Francisco.
Peace Day, as established by the United Nations, is September 21. In Philadelphia there’s a week of lectures, service projects and concerts leading up to next Sunday.
According to two new reports, both Philadelphia and the United States as a whole are pretty happy.
The Brain Dead Republican Congress has had some low points, but last week’s Senate vote on a United Nations treaty for the disabled was notable in its outrageousness.
It is becoming more and more clear that it was liberal-leaning politicians who threw her under the bus and they are also the ones who are keeping her under the bus.
Two fighter jets scrambled over central New Jersey after two aircraft violated airspace restrictions in place because of the U.N. General Assembly meeting.
In addition to world leaders meeting at the United Nations, the Clinton Global Initiative is also having its annual meeting in New York City. A former area Congresswoman is meeting and greeting to further her cause.
Sorry, Sacha Baron Cohen fans, but “The Dictator” is more Bruno than Borat.
Chris discusses President Obama’s speech at the United Nations, the status of Michael Vick’s concussion and the story of 91-year-old fan that was run over at a Phillies game. He also talks to Beth Behrs, star of the new sitcom, Two Broke Girls.
A best-selling author is promoting a program that helps refugees, a cause close to his heart because he once was one.