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Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage Jamie speaks with Tina Sinatra about combing the songs from her father's reprise and creating the album Baby Blue Eyes… May the First Voice You Hear Be Mine. Tina Sinatra has curated a special compilation of Sinatra recordings for children and...
Photo by Hoch Zwei/Corbis via Getty Images The photos and the video and the sounds have become all too familiar. A flash of light – a massive explosion – horrified screams of the dying and wounded. This time in Manchester, England – at a concert filled with young teenagers and...
Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images I have some bad news for the kids at Brainerd High School in Minnesota – your 2017 yearbook is not so much a celebration of you as it is an anti-Trump propaganda book. The 2017 edition of the yearbook included a section titled, “Trump 2k17-2k20...
Velocity Network's newest hit show Speed Is The New Black star Noah Alexander joins Jamie in studio to talk classic cars, St. Louis local and great TV: Video of Speed Is The New Black Show launch: May 24th, 2017 at 8pCST on Velocity Noah has owned and operated Classic Car Studio...
Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images General Flynn takes the 5th on a Senate subpoena and Judge Napolitano joins Jamie to discuss the legality and potential strategy.
Photo by Corinna Kern/NurPhoto via Getty Image Dr. Tobler joins Jamie this morning to discuss the ongoing discussion over whether or not President Trump has nefarious ties to Russia. Tobler notes that President Trump's style could be providing ammo for the "gotcha-press" but he...
Photo by Ilia Yefimovich/Getty Images I have some bad news for the kids at Brainerd High School in Minnesota – your 2017 yearbook is not so much a celebration of you as it is an anti-Trump propaganda book. The 2017 edition of the yearbook included a section titled, “Trump 2k17-...
Photo By Tom Williams/Roll Call/Getty Images The peacemakers are not allowed to be blessed in Montgomery County, Virginia. The sheriff was ordered on May 17 to remove decals bearing a portion of a well-known Bible verse from patrol cars. CLICK HERE TO JOIN TODD'S FACEBOOK PAGE...
Photo by Astrid Riecken For The Boston Globe A school worker in Augusta, Maine was ordered to stop using religious phrases like “I will pray for you” and “You were in my prayers” because such language is not allowed inside a public school building – even in private conversations...