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The New York World's Fair of 1964 introduced 51 million visitors to a range of technological innovations and predictions during its run. Fifty years later, some of those ideas have turned out to be commonplace in our world, such as video phone calls and asking computers for information. But some of them remain firmly on the drawing board.
US Airways and American Airlines have more in common than the impending merger of the two. On the weekend, American Airlines received a tweet saying a 14 year old girl was part of al queida and she was going to do something to one of their planes. US Airways has their own Twitter controversy now. Customer tweeted to them upset about a delayed flight After tweeting back and forth, the airline tweeted back to the person saying they could click on the link in the tweet to leave feedback only they didn't include a link back to the website.
Did you look up at the moon last night/ early (early) this morning? The Blood Moon is caused by the light from sunsets and sunrises glinting off the surface of the Earth. The effect is similar to that of the sun turning the clouds red or pink during a sunrise or sunset.
One year ago today bombs shattered the Boston Marathon, claimed three lives and injured more than 260 people.
The BBC reports that pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline is accused of bribing doctors to prescribe medicines in Poland. Prosecutors said they are investigating a case in which a foreign pharmaceutical company offered bribes to doctors in central Poland asking them to prescribe their medication. They said 13 doctors have been charged with accepting bribes.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have added another receiver ahead of training camp. Ryan Smith officially signed with the green and white on Monday. The receiver tweeted Monday afternoon that he had signed with Saskatchewan. His agent also tweeted out a photo of Smith signing said contract.
This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by The Sarah Mills Show, and Torture Songs. What song would make you crack and share your deep dark secrets?
With Easter this Sunday, families will be getting together all over. We’re asking you what you’re planning on serving for Easter supper?
The weather may have you in the dumps this morning, don’t worry time for Tell Me Something Good! Gormley joins to chat about what song would make him spill his deepest secrets.
The gang goes over the Stanley Cup Bracket.
Mayor Fougere joins to talk construction, the fate of The Humane Society and ground breaking on Elphinstone for the new stadium.
Hard to believe it was one year ago today that that first of two explosions happened at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. One of the most iconic images of that day is a man in a cowboy hat pushing Jeff Bauman in a wheel chair away from the explosion site, Bauman lost both his legs in attack. He spoke with NBC's Brian Williams in July last year.
Nahshon Shelton didn’t want to pay the 22-cent tax on his $1.79 two-liter of Pepsi on Saturday afternoon, Chicago Police said. He allegedly pulled a blue-steel Intratec .22-caliber submachine gun out of his Gucci satchel inside the convenience store in the 4000 block of West Madison Street where they tried to make him pay it, and he threatened to kill everyone there.
It’s Cheap Tuesday, Sam and Himpe go over what’s hot at the box office.
It's time for What I Learned on The Show Today!