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(photo: ToddRokita.com) This week, WIBC host Tony Katz is sitting down with all three of Indiana's Republican primary candidates who are vying for the opportunity to run against Democrat Joe Donnelly in the 2018 midterm election for the U.S. Senate. This Wednesday, Katz sat down...
(Joe Sohm/Visions of America /Getty Images) With the U.S. Census Bureau reporting yet another year of population loss for the city of Baltimore, Maryland , it doesn’t take a genius to determine the causes. Baltimore is one of several cities in America experiencing a mass exodus...
(NurPhoto/Getty Images) Facebook is scrambling to respond to its latest crisis, the publication of a leaked memo in which a company executive argued that the company’s growth is justified at any cost. Media reports claim the 2016 memo is further damaging the public’s trust in...
(JOHAN ORDONEZ/Getty Images) About 80 members of rival Turkish, Kurdish and Lebanese gangs descended upon the center of the German city of Duisburg to fight one another with machetes, metal pipes, and other makeshift weapons, local media report. However, the police were on hand...
(SAID KHATIB/Getty Images) The death toll following clashes between Palestinians and Israeli troops along the Israel-Gaza border rose to 10 Friday. Witnesses said hundreds of Palestinians participated in the clashes and the Israeli military said some of those protesters rolled...
(Jorge Beltran/Getty Images) Rocky Patel is the owner of the world famous "Rocky Patel Cigars," a premium cigar manufacturer with a portfolio of more than 100 lines. Mr. Patel joined WIBC host Tony Katz on his afternoon radio show Thursday to discuss the U.S. Food and Drug...
(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) After disrupting the City Council meeting on Tuesday night and calling out Mayor Darrell Steinberg, Stevante Clark, the brother of Stephon Clark, told Sacramento news outlet ABC10 that he was sincerely sorry for his behavior. Clark's brother...
(NurPhoto/Getty Images) In his 2008 dissent in District of Columbia v. Heller, Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens insisted that the Second Amendment offers zero protection for what he called the "right to possess and use guns for nonmilitary purposes like hunting and...
(Bill Clark/Getty Images) It turns out it really IS about banning guns after all. Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has called for a repeal of the Second Amendment. In an op-ed for the New York Times , the 97-year-old Stevens wrote that a repeal would weaken the...