Morning Newswatch Podcasts
There is more discouraging news about the department of veterans affairs. An internal watchdog created to safeguard the medical care provided to former service members instead routinely plays down errors.
The Obama administration’s memo regarding a drone strike that killed an American, and growing pressure inside Iraq for the prime minister to step down.
New tech startups are taking aim at corporate email, promising to disrupt the mode of communication that office dwellers love to hate, and the latest on the iWatch.
Secretary of state John Kerry has arrived in Iraq an unannounced trip that is part of a series of meetings in the middle east that designed to gather support to stop the Sunni insurgency.
The power steering recall that GM issued in march was ten years in the making. It’s an example of what happens when car makers resist regulators recall efforts.
Joey talks with Mike Lyons of CBS Radio News about the Obama administrations decision to deploy special forces in advisory roles in Iraq.
House republicans have chosen a new house majority leader to replace Eric Canto, and keeping your iPhone safe.
Get the latest on the current situation with ISIL in Iraq, and new information on the Bowe Bergdahl trad from the Wall Street Journal.
The trademark trial and appeals board ruled the Washington Redskins trademarks are disparaging to Native Americans and should be canceled. And Amazon introduces the Fire Phone.
Theater in the Park (TIP) Executive Director Kari Catton and Matt Woodson who plays Ren join Joey to talk about the next show at TIP “Footloose” Which opens Friday.