6:13- Bill Zimpfer-
The Paul Manafort case goes to the jury. What was said in closing arguments, how long might deliberations take, and what about the possibility of a Presidential pardon? AND The FBI is warning banks a massive cyber-attack could be imminent. What's being targeted, and who's behind the attack? Could you be impacted by such an attack?
6:43- William Mapp- Top Tech Stories of the Week
RUSSIAN SATELLITE DOING WEIRD STUFF, MAYBE
A Russian satellite launched in October of last year, as been reported of making abnormal behaviors in space. I know right. The US thinks the satellite could be used to stage space weapons as the movement of the satellite is erratic and hard to understand from space. Speculators state that the satellite could be equipped with microwave or laser technology designed to disrupt communications from space. Of course, the Russians are calling these allegations slanderous and unfounded. Like they haven’t messed with us before.
EL GOOG PUBLISHES POLITICAL SPENDING NUMBERS
Google’s latest search transparency report has stated that the Make America Great Again campaign has spent more on search ads than any other campaign in America. Google added a new section to its transparency report stating political campaign spending on its search engine. The report lists any campaign which has spent $500 or more on the platform.They plan to update the report every two weeks from now forward.
IT’S OFFICIAL HUAWEI AND ZTE PHONES BANNED FOR GOVERNMENT USE
After trying to remove a trade ban against two of China’s largest phone manufacturers, President Donald Trump signed the Defense Authorization Act into law, effectively banning Huawei and ZTE phones from use by the US government and its contractors. Congress had deemed the companies to be security threats after they were found selling devices and chipsets to terrorist groups after being fined and told not to do so. MULTIPLE TIMES. Huawei and ZTE phones can still be bought and used in the US, I don’t know who would buy them unless you are traitor.
7:13- Ray Stagich WX
7:23- Whip the Weatherman- Rodney Carrington Tickets
7:43- GOP’S MIDTERM STRATEGY TAKES SHAPE
Senate Republican leaders are focused on passing legislation that appeals to independent and swing voters in the final weeks before the midterm elections - instead of throwing red meat to the base of the Republican Party. It’s a unique strategy from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who has publicly acknowledged that Democrats could win back control of the upper chamber this fall. McConnell’s game plan contrasts with the election-year rhetoric and tweets of President Trump, who has highlighted divisive issues such as immigration.
Poltiical Strategist CHRIS NEIWEEM
8:23- Closest to the Pin- Dark Star Orchestra Tickets
8:43- Dr Erin Allgood "Pet Vet on Patton Avenue" Ask a Vet Thursday
8:52- Dr Allgood Continued