Mark covers gay marriage, a pro athlete contemplating coming out, how the right will adjust its image with the poor and immigrants, and the debate over Prop P.
Twitter founder — and St. Louis native — Jack Dorsey was profiled on 60 Minutes last night. We talk with Jack’s mom, Marcia Dorsey, also known as the “grandmother of Twitter.”
KMOV’s Chris Nagus is live from the Vatican after Bergoglio of Argentina was named the new Pope.
KSDK’s Leisa Zigman put Budweiser to the test to see if it is watered down — as implied by some recent class action lawsuits
Frank Schmer joins the show to let listeners in on a big BBQ challenge, Jeff Gilbert breaks down this year’s Consumer Report list of top vehicles, and Josh Kraushaar discusses the pending sequestration with Mark.
Mark talks about the sequester with Congressman John Shimkus, a new Medicaid proposal with Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones, Steven Jackson’s contract with Jim Thomas, and a new food stamp controversy with KMOV’s Chris Nagus.
Missouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner gives her response to the State of the Union address.
We get a preview of tonight’s State of the Union Address from Josh Kraushaar, executive editor of the National Journal’s Hotline.
A bi-partisan immigration reform plan was introduced today in Washington by eight senators, including Illinois senator Dick Durbin and Florida senator Marco Rubio.
Illinois Congressman John Shimkus talks about the fiscal cliff deal.