Doug and Dan Gray spoke with the A.P.’s Warren Levinson. We talked about the upcoming court appearance by Jared Lee Loughner in Phoenix.
CBS MoneyWatch dot com’s Jill Schlesinger about the business week ahead.
CBS’ Stephan Kaufman spoke with us from Tuscon, an area he knows well having spent some time there over the years.
Did heated political rhetoric have anything to do with the shootings in Arizona? We spoke with Mark Felstein of the University of Maryland.
Attorney Clint David of David, Goodman and Madole spoke with Doug and Dan about the possibility of Jared Lee Loughner raising an insanity defense.
Jill Schlesinger talked with Megan about last week’s tax action on Capitol Hill and how it may affect the markets this week.
Brad Young with Roberts Perryman explained that if you have a Facebook account you are telling people more about yourself than you might like.
Who to tip and how much? We spoke with Joan Goldwasser with Kiplinger Personal Finance.
Betty White is the A.P. Entertainer of the Year. It’s a great choice and we talked about why she won with entertainment correspondent Jake Coyle.
We had a busy morning on Total Information AM.
At 7:50 we spoke with the A.P.’s Gerry Bodlander about President Obama and the deal he seems to have cut with the Republicans. Then it was off to London and a conversation with CBS reporter Larry Miller about Wikileak founder Julian Assange being arrested by British authorities.
Meet Jake Tucker of Chesterfield. This talented 10 year old is a finalist in the Red Robin burger building contest.
Ho Ho Ho! There’s a lot of great holiday programming on in the next week or so. TV Guide’s Matt Roush hit the highlights for us.
We recap the Illinois election results with A.P. reporter Jason Bronis.
We also spoke with political strategist Leslie Sorrell about why young people failed to turn out in big numbers yesterday.
It was a hard fought battle for St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley but he was re-elected last night. We had a chance to talk with him this morning on Total Information AM.
Proposition A passed state-wide. St. Louis City Mayor Francis Slay joined us to talk about the next phase of the battle coming up in April.
We took a look a some of the more interesting election results when we talked with Anthony Salvanto, CBS News Election Director.
To finish up the morning we headed out to California and a conversation with Andy Barr who reports for Politico.
The U.S. along with a number of other governments has issued warnings for those traveling to Europe. Why? We talked with A.P. National Security Correspondent Sagar Meghani.
Stocks snapped a four-week run, but closed out the month and the quarter with big gains. CBS’ MoneyWatch Dot Com reporter Jill Schlesinger talked it over with Debbie.
It’s your chance to go Dancing with the St. Louis Stars and help the Independence Center as well. We talked with Mike Keller about this neat event that’s coming up in February.
Best-selling author Ken Follett joined us to talk about his latest work.
Upset about those hidden airline fees and taxes? So is Kevin Mitchell of the Business Travel Association. The “Mad As Hell” website is the place for you to vent your spleen.
Dr. Joe Primrose explained why high blood pressure is called the “silent killer”.
President Obama will address the general assembly of the United Nations today. We spoke with A.P. reporter Mark Smith about what he plans on saying.