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Schools are on summer break right now, but some moms in Greenfield are already offering proposals for how to make their kids' schools safer. WIBC host Tony Katz spoke with Greenfield parents Lauren Andrews and Ashley Burke in studio Friday about their ideas. Click below to hear...
Millennials have high hopes for the future and their bank accounts, according to a recent survey. According to the study from TD Ameritrade, about half of people between the ages of 21 and 37 expect to eventually become millionaires. The brokerage firm sponsored a survey earlier...
(Photo Credit- Win McNamee/Getty Images) President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a document that Mr. Trump described as "important" and "comprehensive," to conclude their meetings in Singapore. The document, which offers few details about how the aims will be...
(Photo Credit- SOPA Images/Getty Images) Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, is no longer verified on Twitter. Something about him being an anti-Semitic, homophobic, hateful bigot seems to have led to the downgrade. Farrakhan posted on Wednesday a video clip...
(Photo Credit- Andrew Toth/Getty Images) Famed handbag designer Kate Spade hanged herself in an apparent suicide Tuesday at her Manhattan apartment, according to New York Police Department sources. Spade was found by her housekeeper, NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea said. A...
Joy Reid was back to business as usual on her Saturday show, a day after she apologized again and MSNBC stood by her despite calling recently unearthed blog posts "hateful and hurtful." Reid did not address the controversy on her two-hour program, "AM Joy," which airs Saturday...
(Photo Credit-Theo Wargo/Getty Images) "What Roseanne said was gross. Gross." says Tony Katz. "But what does it say when ABC keeps Keith Olbermann - who calls President Trump a nazi, repeatedly - or MSNBC uses Al Sharpton to lecture America about decency and tolerance?" It says...
(Photo Credit- Donaldson Collection/Getty Images) You've probably seen the headline come across your social media feed s today saying the Scouts BSA, formerly known as the Boy Scouts, are going to require condoms be distributed at their annual World Scout Jamboree in West...
(Photo Credit Brandon Roth WSTM-TV) A New York State Supreme Court judge ruled Tuesday that 30-year-old Michael Rotondo must move out of his parents’ house. Michael Rotondo represented himself in court and cited the case of Kosa v. Legg, that a there is a “common law requirement...