LISTEN WEEKDAY MORNINGS AT 6:10, 7:10 AND 8:10 FOR FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
- Legislation passed by House lawmakers yesterday could make Naloxone, the overdose-reversing drug, available to school nurses across Delaware. Last year lawmakers passed legislation that provides wider distribution of the drug, making it available without a prescription to help reverse life-threatening heroin overdoses.
- Former four-star general David Petraeus was sentenced to two years probation and a fine of $100,000 for sharing classified information with his mistress. Petraeus stepped down as the head of the CIA in winter 2012 when it was about to be announced that he was under FBI investigation.
- Tonight is the night we see Bruce Jenner’s sit down with Diane Sawyer. ABC News will air the two-hour special in which Sawyer talks to the Olympic Gold Medalist starting at 9 pm.
- The marriage is off! Comcast reportedly plans to drop its deal to buy Time Warner Cable for $45 billion after reports that attorneys inside the Justice Department would ask the government to sue and block a merger out of antitrust concerns. The FCC suggested a hearing on the merger, a further hurdle for the company to clear.
- Baseball turned into hockey when a seventh-inning brawl between the Chicago White Sox and Kansas City Royals led to the ejection of five players last night, including both starting pitchers.