Breakfast Club Live Blog January 28th, Interview With Olympian John Shuster [AUDIO]
Many schools are cancelled once again today because of the bitter cold. It's -22 F at the beginning of our show here at the studios. Today we may reach -5. For a full list of school closings and other cancellations, visit our weather section.
The NSA has been using "leaky apps" like Angry Birds to gather data on users.
Hillary Clinton recently shared that she hasn't driven a car since 1996. This came to light after she spoke at the National Automobile Dealers Association meeting in New Orleans yesterday.
Smart bullets are coming to officers near you soon. GPS bullets allow officers to shoot tracking devices onto other vehicles to be monitored remotely and are already in use in four states. It's like something out of James Bond!
There's a new line of Crest toothpaste that comes out in bizarre flavors like mint chocolate trek, lime spearmint zest, and vanilla mint spark. hmmmm...
Brain Teaser Question:
This is a staple in 90% of Americans kitchens. What? Answer: Peanut Butter
Justin Moore Ticket Party tonight!
Join David Drew tonight at T-Bonz from 9-11 for your chance to win Suite Seats to the concert this Saturday. He'll give away entries every 15 minutes for your chance to win!
Are You Smarter Than?
Cathy asked the question today, "Which President served only 1 month in office?"
The answer was Harrison, who died of pneumonia shortly after taking office.
The Swon Brothers will be heading overseas for the Olympics in Russia, where they will be perfoming.
Jennifer Nettles will be on "The Talk" on CBS today.
Dwight Yoakam will appear on the Tonight Show With Jay Leno.
Heidi Klum is on the market again, after splitting from her boyfriend/bodyguard Martin Kristen.
Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina will receive her first $1.2 million inheritance soon. She's set to receive 20 million by the time she turns 30. (She's 20 now.)
Rosie O'Donnell will be coming back to The View on February 7th. She left on bad terms 7 years ago, but producer Barbar Walters said in a statement, "I am happy to welcome her back to the program."