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Congressional Showdown; Teen Victims Of Shootings As Heroes; Moon Rocks

May 13, 2019

President Trump is working to block more than 20 separate Congressional investigations led by the Democratic-controlled House. Democrats say the Trump Administration has failed to respond to or comply with at least 79 requests for documents or other information. Are we in a Constitutional crisis, or not? 

Also this hour: Two students lost their lives in recent weeks charging at the school shooter who was trying to kill them and other classmates. Both died and are being hailed as heroes for their actions. They are heroes. Yet, for others looking in, have adults abdicated their responsibility to protect children to the point where they believe they must take things into their own hands?

Lastly, NASA will study three never touched samples from the rocks and soil astronaut Neil Armstrong scooped up during the Apollo 11 mission almost fifty years ago. 

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Colin McEnroe and Jonathan McNicol contributed to this show.