In tonight's podcast, David Wright checks out the world of virtual cheating - and the implications it has on people's real lives; Jeremy Hubbard goes behind the scenes and finds out what goes into making CollegeHumor.com a success; and finally, Ann Coulter speaks with Dan Harris about her experiences as a polarizing political figure.
In tonight's podcast, Congressman Anthony Weiner finally comes clean regarding the explicit photos sent out from his Twitter account last week, the latest diet from France comes under fire when a rival dietician calls the Dukan diet a fluke, and Diane Sawyer catches up with Defense Secretary Robert Gates in Afghanistan about the future of US involvement in the war-torn country.
In tonight’s podcast, an arrest warrant was issued today for former presidential candidate John Edwards, after his indictment on criminal charges. Then, we turn to the sluggish growth the job market saw last month. But one thing it hasn’t taken a bite out of is pizza. More people are eating slices to save money, sending shares for several pizza houses skyrocketing. Lastly, we turn to two French brothers who are changing the face of classical music.
In tonight's podcast, the lies continue to mount in the Casey Anthony trial as it enter its second week. Then, we turn to South Florida where thousands of Pythons are slithering through the Everglades nearly 20 years after Hurricane Andrew set them free from a shattered reptile breeder's hatchery. Lastly, we turn to the presidential campaigns after Mitt Romney made his candidacy official.
In tonight's podcast, the East coast gets a taste of midwest destruction as tornadoes rip through Massachusetts and tornado watches are posted up and down the seaboard, Anthony Weiner finally addresses the Twitter picture fiasco, more information on the possibility of cancer caused by cell phones, and finally, blooms of jellyfish numbering in the millions are floating disaster for fishermen and beach tourism alike.