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Tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans stunned by a hurricane that knocked out power for the whole island and paralyzed the U.S. territory with landslides, flooding and downed trees vowed to slowly rebuild amid an economic crisis as rescue crews fanned out Thursday.
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Friday, September 22nd
Steven Portnoy – Facebook's About-Face
CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy gave insight into Facebook’s recent about-face on its stance on strict privacy. The company has agreed to turn over information on ads sold to Russian affiliates. Steven says the move was most likely an attempt to stave off government regulations.
PolitiFact's Jon Greenberg on Graham-Cassidy
PolitiFact Staff Writer Jon Greenberg talked to Mangino about the Graham-Cassidy Bill that Senator John McCain has announced he will not vote for. Jon explained that it’s hard to know what the impact of the bill will be since the CBO cannot grade it in time. What we do know is that there will no longer be a rule preventing insurance companies increasing rates for individuals with preexisting conditions, and the individual mandate would be eradicated.
Larry Magid's – No Lines For New iPhones
CBS News Technology Analyst Larry Magid joined Mangino to tack about the lack of lines for the newest iPhone released today. Larry believes preorders may have been a factor but believes many consumers are waiting to see the iPhone X before committing. He assures listeners that Apple is still doing just fine.
Thursday, September 21st
Jill Schlesinger: "There Shall Be No Clicking on Links."
CBS Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger told Mangino not to click any links on strange emails asking for personal information and discussed another major data breech. She also cautions that identity theft protection companies aren’t all they’re cracked up to be; freezing your credit is more effective.
Dr. Terry Madonna – President's Approval Ratings
Franklin & Marshall Pollster Dr. Terry Madonna joined Mangino to break down the most recent polling of Pennsylvania voters. President Trump’s approval rating in the state has dropped from 37% to 29% as his national average rose for the first time in a while. Dr. Madonna believes the two things that hurt the president the most are his unmet campaign promises and controversial tactics.
Phil DiLucente on Violent Uptown Arrest
Attorney Phil DiLucente is representing Daniel Adelman, the man violently arrested outside of PPG Paints Arena on Tuesday. He says his client did not have any malicious intent during the incident, which he believes could be proven by surveillance video.
Wednesday, September 20th
Joe DeStio on Uber's Milestone
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on today’s rare opportunity for members of the media to enter Uber’s headquarters and see what the company has been doing in their first year in Pittsburgh. The ride-sharing company is celebrating 1 million miles driven by their autonomous vehicles.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro Expands Opioid Investigation
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro joins dozens of attorneys general across the country in investigating pharmaceutical companies for their role in the opioid epidemic. He spoke with Mangino about the success of different initiatives in the state and the staggering statistics he hopes to decrease.
Rick Applegate: "You can't keep putting band-aids on a consistent problem like this."
Cantor Fitzgerald Wealth Partners' Rick Applegate gave insight into Pennsylvania’s credit rating downgrade due to the continued revenue bill impasse. He says that the state’s debt is manageable but their borrowing will be impacted by this downgrade, the second in three years that ranks PA in the lowest five states.
Brandi Fisher on Excessive Force
Founder & Director of the Alliance for Police Accountability Brandi Fisher discussed the viral footage of the violent arrest of a man by Pittsburgh Police outside of PPG Paints Arena Tuesday night. She says that police should be using the least amount of force possible to dissuade situations and officials should be speaking out against excessive force.
Tuesday, September 19th
Sen. Jake Corman: "Any Day Now"
PA Senate Majority Leader Senator Jake Corman (R-34th) talked about the ongoing debate over how to fund the state budget. Sen. Corman says the Senate could use some aspects of the House revenue bill, but feels it relies too heavily on one-time funds. The major concerns are the impact on Pennsylvania's credit score, and paying off the existent deficit.
Tom Busby – Bankruptcy, Retirement
Toys R Us filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection today; CNBC's Tom Busby gave insight into what this means for the toy market and what it says about current market trends. He also explained why kids could mean trouble for retirement funds.
Shelby Cassesse on AI, EPA
KDKA's Shelby Cassesse reported on a new headquarters for Argo AI, a local self-driving car company. They will join Uber and Apple on “Robotic Row” in the Strip District. She also touched on local protests against EPA budget cuts.
Pamela Falk Reviews Trump's U.N. Address
CBS Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk joined Mangino to discuss President Trump’s UN address given this afternoon. Trump targeted North Korea and accused other nations of not doing enough to stop Kim Jong Un’s dangerous nuclear missile launches. She says the speech was received quite well.
Monday, September 18th
Chris Potter on Rep. Tim Murphy Challengers
Chris Potter of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette talked to Mangino about new Democrat challengers of Congressman Tim Murphy for the 2018 election. Contenders are Mike Crossey, who has served in multiple public offices and first-time campaigners Pam Iovino and Bob Solomon. Chris says it really comes down to fundraising and money.
Pamela Falk – U.N. Address Preview
CBS Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk gave insight into President Trump’s upcoming address to the United Nations, which he says needs to be streamlined to improve wasteful spending and inefficient bureaucracy. She says it should be quite a show since North Korean representatives will be seated in the front rows.
Bishop David Zubik on Church Changes
Bishop of the Pittsburgh Dioceses David Zubik joined Mangino to discuss the declining attendance in the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese that has leaders considering consolidating parishes. The Bishop explained the decision process and what the changes would mean for local churches.
Friday, September 15th
Ralph Crewe on the End of Cassini
Carnegie Science Center's Program Development Coordinator Ralph joined Mangino to discuss the end of the Cassini spacecraft NASA sent out to explore deep space in 1997. It was the only craft to orbit Saturn. NASA ended Cassini’s historic journey by flying it into Saturn’s atmosphere, where it disintegrated.
Joe DeStio on Pittsburgh's DACA Rally
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on a rally held in Pittsburgh today that pushed for immigration reform for ‘Dreamers’ to legally obtain citizenship. The march ended near Senator Pat Toomey’s office on Grant Street. The United Steelworkers are joining the fight to protect DACA beneficiaries within their union.
Jeff McCausland – Stopping Kim Jong Un
CBS Military Analyst Jeff McCausland talked to Mangino about the options world leaders are considering in order to deal with North Korea’s continued nuclear missile launches. McCausalnd says South Korea is even prepared for a “decapitation strike” to end Kim Jong Un’s regime.
Thursday, September 14th
Jill Schlesinger on Equifax Hack: "Take This Seriously."
CBS Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger talked to Mangino about the recent Equifax hack, which she calls the “category 5 of data breeches.” She also talks about the dangers of quickly clicking through the terms of agreement and what people can do to protect themselves and their tax returns.
State Senator Jay Costa on the Latest Budget Vote
State Senate Democratic Leader Jay Costa updated Mangino on the state of the state budget. He is disappointed in House Republicans for drafting and passing an “irresponsible” fix instead of approving the Senate’s revenue plan. He says compromise and borrowing will be necessary.
Richard Benedetto: “He Needs Some Victories.”
Adjunct Professor of Politics & Journalism at American University Richard Benedetto joined Mangino to give insight into DACA and the negotiations between President Trump and leading Democrats. Professor Benedetto says Trump needs legislative victories, which generally require the art of the deal.
Joe DeStio – A Safer South Side
KDKA's Joe DeStio joined Mangino in-studio to report on DA Zappala’s initiative to install several high-definition surveillance cameras throughout South Side in an attempt to decrease crime and increase conviction rates. Joe says most representatives he talked to value security over privacy, and that the tapes will be wiped after 30 days in most cases.
Wednesday, September 13th
Steven Portnoy: "He Wants A Win."
CBS White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy talked to Mangino about the unifying effort between President Trump and members of Congress to pass tax reform. Steven says the President wants a win and hasn’t demonstrated allegiance to any particular Congressional leaders.
Joe DeStio from the Schlemmer Sentencing
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on today’s sentencing of Laurel Schlemmer, a McCandless mother who was found guilty but mentally ill for the 2014 drowning of her two youngest sons. She will spend 30 to 80 years in prison for the deaths of 6-year-old Daniel and 3-year-old Luke.
Rich Fitzgerald – $1.1B Pledge for PIT
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald took a break from his bicycle trip to Washington D.C. to discuss yesterday’s announcement of a $1.1 billion investment into the Pittsburgh International Airport and what impact it will have on the region.
Tuesday, September 12th
Greg LeRoy on Amazon HQ2
Executive Director of Good Jobs First Greg LeRoy joined Mangino to discuss the probability of Pittsburgh as Amazon’s second headquarters. LeRoy says it’s probably not going to happen.
Joe DeStio – A More Modern PIT
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on the modernization project announced at Pittsburgh International Airport today. The project would build a new landside terminal between the current landside and airside terminals which would eliminate the shuttle to and from those terminals.
Larry Magid from Cupertino, CA
CBS Technology Correspondent Larry Magid reported on the Apple Event today that unveiled several new iPhones, new apple watches, and apple TV upgrades. Larry was pretty geeked about the new iOS and the new apple watches. Mangino will stick with his first generation iPhone for as long as it turns on.
Monday, September 11th
Jack Bogut’s 9/11 Remembrance Segment
Mangino played Jack Bogut's moving tribute to the victims of Septermber 11th.
Mayor Bill Peduto's Resilience Speech
Mayor Bill Peduto gave a speech on resilience strategies at a Congressional briefing on resilience and extreme weather. Mayor Peduto stated Pittsburgh’s success stems from planning for the future and warns that racial and economic inequality will ultimately hold cities back.
Pamela Falk on North Korean Sanctions UN Vote
CBS Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk joined Mangino to talk about the unified response needed to deal with North Korea’s nuclear tests. She says today’s UN vote aims to impose the toughest sanctions ever due to Kim Jong Un’s continued retaliation.
Friday, September 8th
Joe DeStio on Hurricane Price Hikes
KDKA's Joe DeStio joined Robert to let consumers know what they’ll be paying more for in the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. It isn’t just gas; prices will increase for goods ranging from asparagus to flowers.
Peter King: "This One's A Monster."
CBS News Correspondent Peter King joined Mangino live from Miami, FL in the midst of a mass exodus before Hurricane Irma makes landfall. Peter has reported on many storms and says this one is the most worrisome to date. It is almost the size of the state of Florida; those who a planned to evacuate should have left by this morning.
Larry Magid – Equifax Hack
CBS News Technology Analyst Larry Magid joined Mangino to explain the recently disclosed data breech of credit monitoring site Equifax. Larry says the way Equifax is handling the hack is “lame” because they are requiring customers to wait for days until they can find out if their information was compromised and how to fix it. He also reminds listeners that those affected by this did not even choose to be put in Equifax’s database and suggests everyone utilize
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Demetrius Nash: "A Journey of 1,000 Miles Starts with a Single Step."
Replace Guns With Hammers founder Demetrius Nash is a Chicago-based activist that is walking from his hometown of Chicago to The White House to raise awareness for poor education in inner cities and the resulting addiction and gun violence. Demetrius went from private education to prison, where he was moved to
make a change for his community
Thursday, September 7th
Pittsburgh and Glasgow Team Up to Work on Healthcare
Lou Ann Jeremko, Executive Director of the Consumer Health Coalition and Peter Seaman, Associate Director of the Glasgow Centre for Population Health, joined Mangino to discuss the progress of their partnership as part of a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to learn about each city’s approach to healthcare.
Jill Schlesinger on HQ2 & DACA
CBS Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger discussed Amazon’s search for a location for HQ2. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like Pittsburgh will make the cut. But our hockey team is great! Regarding DACA, Jill says research that shows “immigration leads to innovation.”
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald on Amazon HQ2
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald joined Mangino to discuss Amazon’s recent announcement that the company is looking to build a second headquarters, and local leaders want Amazon’s HQ2 to come to Pittsburgh. Fitzgerald points out that Amazon would fit perfectly into the city’s economy and Pittsburgh is so successful because people here work together well.
Joe DeStio: "Loaded to the Gills with Guns"
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on an astounding police seizure that started with a bench warrant regarding animal cruelty and ended with the removal of more than 500 firearms from a North Fayette man’s home, some of which were loaded.
Wednesday, September 6th
Bruce Antkowiak on the Constitutionality of DACA
Director of the Criminology Department at Saint Vincent College and Former Federal Prosecutor Bruce Antkowiak joined Mangino to discuss the legality of DACA as an executive order. No court has ruled that DACA is unconstitutional. Antkowiak says the state of Texas did challenge a spin-off of DACA called DAPA related to parents of dreamers but not DACA.
Harvey Victims Jennifer and Eric Crivella
Jennifer and Eric Crivella joined Mangino to talk about their experience with Hurricane Harvey. The Crivella family had to relocate to Pittsburgh temporarily while Eric tries to begin work to make their Texas home livable again. They lost everything on the first floor of their home.
Jeff Gilbert on New Self-Driving Car Legislation
CBS Automotive Correspondent Jeff Gilbert reported on self-driving car legislation passed today. The bill gives federal regulators the final word on performance standards for self-driving vehicles.
Tuesday, September 5th
Bishop David Zubik on DACA
Bishop of the Diocese of Pittsburgh David Zubik gave insight into President Trump’s decision to rescind DACA. He reminds listeners that our ancestors came here for a better life, just as DACA beneficiaries did.
Pamela Falk on North Korea Options
CBS Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk gave insight into the options America and its allies have for dealing with Kim Jong Un’s continued nuclear activity. Pamela says North Korea’s most recently tested H-Bomb is estimated to have the equivalent power and damage as Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Joe DeStio on New CCAC Workforce Training Center
Joe DeStio joined Mangino in-studio to discuss today’s announcement by Governor Tom Wolf and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald of plans for a $20 million Workforce Training Center at CCAC’s Allegheny Campus. The center will focus on training in various fields such as cybersecurity, plastics technology, health care, and culinary arts to keep skilled labor jobs alive in the area.
State GOP Writes Spending Bill Without New Taxes
State Representative Eric Nelson talked to Mangino about a revenue plan a coalition of PA House GOP members presented today that they claim could fund the state budget without increasing taxes or cut spending.
Monday, September 4th
Jeff Hathhorn - Pitt vs. Penn State
KDKA Sports Director Jeff Hathhorn reported on Pitt Football Coach Pat Narduzzi’s press conference today. He says this week’s game against Penn State isn’t just “another game.” Jeff also touches on the Steelers and what they're poised to accomplish.
Jeff McCausland on North Korea
CBS Military Analyst Jeff McCausland joined John McIntire to break down the latest nuclear test by North Korea and the ramifications of that test. McCausland says it’s not true that Chinese and American interests coincide and in order to get China on board with American objectives we’ll have to give them something North Korea can’t. Make them an offer they can’t refuse.
Thursday, August 31st
The Washington Post's John Wagner on Trump Tax Policy
John Wagner, Washington Post, joined Mangino to talk about President Trump’s push to cut taxes. Wagner says not much is known specifically about this plan but what we do know is not written in stone. Yesterday, Trump seemed to acknowledge that he would accept a higher corporate income tax rate. He’s leaving much of the details to Congress.
The Better Business Bureau of Western Pennsylvania on Smart Donating
Warren King, President of the Western Pennsylvania Better Business Bureau, joined Mangino to lay out how to best contribute to the aid efforts in Texas after what was hurricane Harvey. He says it’s easy to get scammed with all of the new technology and sometimes confusing new ways to donate to charities. He says the BBB has a list of reputable charities where you can send your dollars toward aid that must meet their standards.
Wednesday, August 30th
PWSA Executive Director on the Road to Recovery
Robert Weimar, Interim Executive Director of the PWSA, joined Mangino to discuss the many issues facing the water authority. Weimar says these issues should be able to be addressed over the next decade and will need to be resolved without federal dollars. With another boil water advisory and a scathing report out this week about the group's efficiency, Weimar is keeping his nose to the grind to make what progress is currently possible.
Henry Grabar on the Federal Flood Risk Management Standard
reporter Henry Grabar joined Mangino to discuss his reporting on an Obama-era rule that was nixed 10 days before Harvey hit Houston that could’ve built the city up to protect it from future flooding. The Federal Flood Risk Management Standard asked agencies to account for climate change projections when they approve infrastructure projects. The Trump administration did away with this provision to speed up completion of important infrastructure rebuilding, but critics say those projects will just be washed away in the next catastrophe.
Steve Futterman – What's Next For Texas
CBS Correspondent Steve Futterman is still in Houston, TX covering the continued impact of Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall for a second time as a tropical storm today. Houston got some sun today, but officials are warning residents not to “let their guard down,” especially in the eastern part of the state where rainfall is still torrential.
Major Mike Lyons – Is North Korea A Threat?
CBS Military Analyst Major Mike Lyons discussed the global impact North Korea’s missile launches could have. One of the major concerns is that the missiles are now being fired over other countries, which puts citizens below in danger. Major Lyons says that aside from the obvious risks, America firing back could also reveal valuable information to enemy nations.
Tuesday, August 29th
Shelby Cassesse – PWSA Boil Water Advisory
KDKA's Shelby Cassesse was live from Downtown with updates on the most recent PWSA flush and boil advisory. She says early tests of the Lanpher Reservoir are inconclusive, but officials hope to lift the advisory in the next 24 hours. Water stations have been set up throughout the affected area, but residents must bring their own containers.
Steve Futterman live from Houston
CBS Correspondent Steve Futterman updated Mangino on the impact of Harvey live from Houston. Steve says the destruction is horrible, but the moments of hope he has seen have been inspiring.
Andrew Fillipponi – Hall of Honor, Rangers vs. Astros
Andrew Fillipponi of the Cook & Poni Show on 93.7 The Fan was in-studio with Mangino to talk about the inaugural Steelers’ Hall of Honor inductees and new controversy involving the Astros and the Rangers.
Monday, August 28th
Dan McTeague: Harvey Hits The Pumps
Senior Petroleum Analyst for GasBuddy Dan McTeague talked about what Hurricane Harvey might mean for gas prices. Significant refineries have closed due to the storms and flooding, which could mean a spike in gas prices across the country.
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