Chris discussed Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s decision not to run for re-election, Ronda Rousey admitting she contemplated suicide, and Cardone Industries announcing they’re leaving Philadelphia. He talked with Joy Pullman from the Federalist about why millennials are attracted to socialism, Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine about Kane decided not to run again and Princeton professor Robert George about the beliefs of Justice Antonin Scalia and how he will be replaced.

6:00 Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced she will not seek re-election.

6:18 Donald Trump called into the Stephen Colbert’s show last night.

6:25 Cardone Industries is leaving Philadelphia and laying off 1300 employees.

6:35  Jeb Bush posted a photo of a handgun on Twitter.

6:36 What’s Trending: Ronda Rousey, Manny Pacquiao, Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney, Beyonce protest, Jimmy Kimmel

7:00 Chris talks with Joy Pullman from the Federalist about an article she co-authored, Why So Many Millennials Are Socialist.

7:19 Ronda Rousey tells Ellen she considered committing suicide.

7:48 At a campaign rally, Jeb Bush raised his hand when Lindsey Graham asked if there were any Democrats in the room.

7:50 jebbbush.com now redirects to a Donald Trump website.

7:50 Chris welcomes the Piazza Pet of the Week into the studio. If you’d like to adopt a pet, check out cbsphilly.com/piazzapet.

8:00 Chris talks with Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine about Pennsylvania Kathleen Kane’s decision not to run for re-election and Cardone Industries leaving Philadelphia.

8:20 Chris talks to Princeton Professor Robert George about the beliefs of Justice Antonin Scalia and how he will be replaced.

8:35 What’s Trending: Eagles of Death Metal, Sia, Kindergarten Cop 2,

8:48 New Jersey Governor Chris Christie delivered his seventh state budget address yesterday.

8:50 Hillary Clinton suffered another severe coughing fit on the campaign trail yesterday.