6:13- Bill Zimpfer- Juan Guaido returned to Venezuela Monday, calling for two days of protests calling for the ouster of President Nicolas Maduro. Is Guaido in danger of arrest?
6:43- AOC/ Chief of Staff in Hot Water with the FEC
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7:43- Michael Bower- President Trump is poised to issue his first veto over his declaration of a national emergency at the U.S.-Mexican border. Meanwhile the President is also facing pressure over North Korea and the investigation following Michael Cohen’s testimony.
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8:43- CHILDREN SPEND TWICE AS LONG ON SMARTPHONES AS TALKING TO PARENTS
Children are spending an average of 23 hours a week on smartphones and other gadgets - twice as much time as they spend conversing with their parents, polling suggests. The survey of 2,000 families with children below the age of 14 found that on average they were spending 3 hours 18 minutes a day on personal devices. By contrast, they were found to be spending 1 hour 43 minutes a day engaged in conversation with members of their family.
Motivational Speaker Who Specializes In Tech Addiction BOB KITTELL
8:52- WHERE SHOULD YOU LIVE AS A SENIOR CITIZEN? A LIST OF THE BEST AND WORST STATES TO GROW OLD IN
More than 50 million Americans today are 65 years of age or older. This figure is expected to roughly double over the next four decades. At that rate, older Americans will make up about 25 percent of the U.S. population by 2060, up from 15.6 percent in 2017. The quality of life for elderly Americans often depends on the facilities, businesses, government spending and living conditions in their home state. As is the case for Americans of any age, senior citizens are more likely to be happy and healthy if they are financially secure and living in a safe area. Other factors, including access to public transportation, medical treatment facilities, and social venues, often are far more important for elderly Americans than for other age groups.
Financial Strategist BILL DENDY