Here's what's coming up on Tuesday's edition of First News on 570
6:13- Bill Zimpfer- Bill Cosby’s retrial is starting to take shape. Bill is in Philadelphia where Cosby will again be tried on charges of sexual assault.
6:43- Who's Covering What?
ABC NEWS- In reversal, former Trump aide says he'll probably cooperate
CBS NEWS- East Coast braces for another storm days after deadly nor'easter
NBC NEWS- Major voting rights case puts Trump election fraud guru's claims on trial
CNN NEWS- March madness for the Russia probe
FOX NEWS- F-35 lands on warship in Pacific as Navy touts era of ‘up-gunned’ air-sea capability
NEW YORK TIMES- Trump Is ‘Not Backing Down’ on Tariffs Amid G.O.P. Pushback
NY POST- Ex-ESPN host files explosive sexual harassment lawsuit
WASHINGTON POST- Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg says he will refuse to go before grand jury
WASHINGTON TIMES- Judge rules Trump’s DACA phaseout legal
7:13- Ray Stagich WX
7:43- Michael Bower- President Trump and the Prime Minister of Israel met in Washington at a time when a trade war may be brewing.
8:13- WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOU HAVE BEEN FALSELY ACCUSED OF MISCONDUCT AT THE WORKPLACE?
People have the right to respond to their accuser - which means to know who, where, when, what and why. It also stands to reason that there will be women who falsely accuse because they want money, publicity or both. As a whole, we need to carefully separate out credible claims - that have facts and proof making them both logical and believable from those that cannot be proven. Claims based off of a he/said she/said incident about something that happened years ago could be exceedingly difficult to prove or - disprove, yet the increased scrutiny and media attention has created an atmosphere where all accused perpetrators have been declared guilty without a chance for defense. While, the #metoo movement is giving women who have been violated the power to come forward - and we must honor those - it is important to remember that all individuals are innocent until proven guilty. Given current attention and the number of women and men coming forward, we are currently walking a tightrope - between believing the alleged victim and ensuring the alleged perpetrator due process.
President & Founder of Diamond Associates DR. ARLYNE DIAMOND
8:43- Casey Swaney AC-T
8:52- Professor Allan Saxe, University of Texas at Arlington- Steel and Aluminum tariffs and the cost politically