First News on 570 for Friday, February 15th, 2019

6:13- Bill Zimpfer- The latest round of trade talks with China wraps up Friday, with Chinese President Xi expected to join in the high level negotiating session

6:43- AOC tanks the NY Amazon Deal and opens a massive rift in her own party!

7:13- Ray Stagich WX

7:43- Michael Bower- Amid concerns about having time to review almost 12-hundered pages of legislation, congress is scheduled to vote on the compromise bill. Was the measure passed?

8:13- Former FBI Director Andrew McCabe says he ordered obstruction of justice investigation into trump- FOX News Radio’s JON DECKER

8:23- Why are British Jews reclaiming German citizenship?

Britain’s impending Brexit from the European Union is prompting some British Jews to apply for German citizenship -- reclaiming a status that was stripped by the Nazis. One woman whose application was recently approved -- the granddaughter of Auschwitz victims, born in England to Jewish refugees who’d fled Nazi Germany -- told us her late parents would be “disgusted” and “horrified,” saying: “I don't think they'd understand and I understand why they wouldn't.” The German Embassy in London says it has received more than 3,380 citizenship applications since the Brexit referendum in 2016. It used to get around 20 a year. An EU passport allows the holder to live and work in any EU country - a right Brits stand to lose in March. You can hear more in today’s Fox News Rundown podcast.

FOX News Radio’s SIMON OWEN

8:43- ONLINE DATING LOWERS SELF-ESTEEM & INCREASES DEPRESSION, STUDIES SAY

Dating apps are a booming business, but they may be taking a toll on their users' mental health. You send a message to a match that goes unanswered. You swipe right and never have it reciprocated. You go on a date, only to be "ghosted" afterward. Rejection hurts, and not just metaphorically. Being turned down stimulates the same part of the brain that processes physical pain, according to a 2011 study from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Instead of one rejection at a bar on a Saturday night, the popularity of online dating gives users many more opportunities to feel rejected faster. Dating apps are only growing in popularity, with no sign of slowing. Match.com has more than 7 million paid subscribers, an increase from 3.4 million in 2014.

What is the difference between being romantically rejected in real-life compared to being rejected online? What impact do you think that online dating is having on our collective mental health?

Clinical Forensic Psychologist DR. JOHN HUBER

8:52- The Dreadlines

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