The weekend is over and a new work week begins!
I'll have all the coverage you need on all the top stories of the day.
We'll talk Jamal Kashoggi disappearance, the Fed raising rates, and of course plenty on the 2018 Mid-Terms that are now just 15 days away!
Here's a look at some of the guests on today's show!
6:13- Bill Zimpfer- Migrants heading north from Central America are vowing to continue toward the U.S., despite attempts to halt their progress. What's the latest and could they make it to the U.S. border?
7:43- Michael Bower- Saudi Arabia admitted the Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi died in a fist fight at the Istanbul consulate. How is Donald Trump reacting to Khashoggi's death and what is he saying?
8:13- WILL #METOO COME WITH UNINTENDED WORKPLACE CONSEQUENCES?
At the one-year mark, the #MeToo movement's impact is easy to ascertain in the number of powerful men brought down by revelations of their sexual misconduct, including the likes of Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer, Les Moonves and Charlie Rose. Less obvious but even more far-reaching in the workplace are the movement's unintended consequences. Human resources professionals say #MeToo has increased awareness of harassment, made it easier for victims - female or male - to report offensive behavior and prompted enhanced employee training, especially among larger corporations. But they also point to some negative effects, like confusion about workplace etiquette and, paradoxically, the possibility of fewer opportunities for women, as male executives struggle to adjust to the new rules of engagement.
Business & Career Coach TRACY TIMM
8:43- NEW 'TRUMPAGANDA' UNIVERSITY CLASS FOCUSES ON DONALD TRUMP
The "war on facts, press and democracy" being waged by President Donald Trump's administration is the focus of a new course at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Students taking the eight-week "Trumpaganda" class starting Oct. 22 will examine the Trump White House's "disinformation campaign, its 'running war' with the mainstream news media, and their implications for American democracy," the university says on its website. Associate media professor Mira Sotirovic, who is teaching the class, told the university's Daily Illini student newspaper it was "critical to learn how to detect propaganda and recognize propagandistic features of any communication, including presidential."
Republican Strategist // Accuracy in Media Executive Director GUS PORTELA