6:13- Bill Zimpfer- A new survey including people in 26 countries, shows what they think is the biggest threat to their country. Is it terrorism, climate change or cyber attacks? What country is perceived as the biggest threat? The answers might surprise you.
6:43- IT’S ALMOST VALENTINE’S DAY: WHAT ARE the MOST ONLINE SEARCHED FOR ITEMS IN EACH STATE?
FOX News Radio’s TONYA J. POWERS
7:13- Ray Stagich WX
7:43- Michale Bower- President Trump and Beto O'Rourke are both holding rallies in El Paso Monday. Did the President make his case for a border wall and the crisis on the border? What did Beto have to say about the President’s rally? Meanwhile Senator Elizabeth Warren is on the attack, how is the President responding.
8:13- VA POLITICAL CONTROVERSIES LATEST
FOX News Radio’s EBEN BROWN
8:23- IF SOMEONE NAMED 'SCAM LIKELY' IS CALLING YOU, DON'T PICK UP
Perhaps it's just a telemarketer. Maybe it's an identity thief. It might even be a scam artist. Either way, "Scam Likely" is probably not an old friend whose number you forgot that you saved. It's your wireless carrier's way of letting you know: Answer at your own risk. To combat the seemingly rising epidemic of spam callers in the U.S., the nation's four major wireless carriers have been trying out new methods to reduce the number of unsolicited calls Americans receive each day. One of the reasons service providers haven't been able to stop all these seemingly random phone calls is that scam call detection is inherently complex.
Senior Fellow at The Center for Digital Government // Contributor on national and cybersecurity at TheHill.com // Cyberterrorism Analyst at MorganWright.us MORGAN WRIGHT
8:43- SEVERAL SHERRIFS IN WASHINGTON STATE COUNTIES REFUSE TO ENFORCE NEW GUN-LAW MEASURE
FOX News Radio’s JEFF MONOSSO
8:52- THE FUTURE OF THE JOB SEARCH IS ARMED WITH DATA
Glassdoor and sites like it - those that collect reviews, interview questions, and salary information on companies - are necessary reading for the job search in 2019. Not only will job seekers learn historically well-guarded information on a company's culture and hiring process, but candidates can use that information to self-select into workplaces that will be better matches for their long-term career goals.
VP at Challenger, Gray & Christmas ANDREW CHALLENGER