Welcome back to #Millennial! it’s 4x20 maaaaaaaaaaan.
We kick off the show with a new segment, #MilleniHelp. With almost a third of the US population not putting away enough for retirement, what are we doing to save? Patrons sound off and share some of their best savings advice.
Here we go again: we discuss the 22nd school shooting of 2018 and no one is surprised.
Things the GOP will ban before guns: doors, high-rise buildings, schools.
The infamous Laurel vs Yanny debate brings science and linguistics to the show (Let’s be real though, the right answer is Laurel).
Hidden From The Headlines: Andrew Smith, the lawyer who represented Equifax after its massive data breach last year, has been appointed to run the Federal Trade Commission. This is the office investigating — you guessed it — Equifax.
And in this week’s episode of After Dark:
WTF News returns!
What blows up in a 7-11 microwave before you go for a drug test? Tune in at 9 to find out!
A creepy home invasion story has us all re-evaluating our sense of security at home.
“I fought the dog and the dog won.” Good boy teaches owner important gun safety lesson.
Somehow we end up reviewing the FDA handbook for legally acceptable amounts of insect parts in certain foods?