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Chris covers New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s State of the State Address and the upcoming push in Pennsylvania to legalize medical marijuana. He talks to State Senator Daylin Leach and Frank Gaffney from the Center for Security Policy.
Certification programs at community colleges are helping people enter the workforce while boosting the school’s retention rates.
In his new book, Self-Help Messiah, Steven Watt says the response to Carnegie was overwhelmingly satisfying, but he did have his detractors.
Chris analyzes yesterday’s Eagles in in Oakland, Friday’s shooting at the Los Angeles Airport and previews tomorrow’s election for Governor of New Jersey. He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.
Claremont University researchers observed 31 excellent teachers (based on student test scores) and found those who were strict were the most effective.
Chris continues to cover the lead up to the congressional vote on military intervention in Syria, including Charlie Rose’s interview with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup and Phillies Broadcaster Larry Andersen.
South Korea’s kids rank number 2 in the world in reading. An article in The Wall Street Journal explains the hagwon system of after-hours classes which 3 out of 4 kids attend.
Chris discusses the shooting in Saylorsburg, PA, last night’s debate between Democratic senate candidates in New Jersey, and the latest details on Benghazi. He talks Republican senate candidate in New Jersey, Steve Lonegan, Dick Yuengling from the Yuengling Brewery, and former Phillies pitcher, Ricky Bottalico.
As we get older, brain function declines. But a recently funded government study found that playing a computer game can slow and even reverse those declines.
A Wall Street Journal writer says that once the Phillies window closes, it could stay that way for a while.
Chris explains why the sequester cuts will not have the negative impact the President insists and discusses them with Senator Pat Toomey. He also talks to Republican communication and digital strategist Ian Spencer about combatting the Democrats significant online edge, and preview’s the OSCAR Awards with Entertainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell.
Clearly handwriting is less important than ever. A British survey recently found that the average time that an adult last wrote anything at all by hand was 41 days. One in 3 hadn’t written anything for at least six months.
Despite the proliferation of ebooks and ‘digital snacking’, the number of novels now being printed is at an all-time high.
Chris details Mitt Romney’s visit to Bucks County this weekend, the continuing aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, and the indictment of former Penn State President, Graham Spanier. He talks to Steve Gates, from the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece to preview the Eagles Monday night game in New Orleans, and Steve Moore from the Wall Street Journal.
Chris covers every angle of the aftermath from Hurricane Sandy. He talks to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett and reviews the steps he and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took to keep people safe and restore services. He also talks to CBS 3′s Jenn Bernstein and Walt Hunter in Atlantic City.