It's a good day for Mary Katharine: The Georgia Bulldogs won their first National Championship in more than four decades, trouncing Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide in the fourth quarter. CDC director Rochelle Walensky said something that actually made sense, failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams flakes on President Biden's voting rights speech, and New York City mayor Eric Adams floats vaccine mandates for kids.
- 00:12 - Segment: Welcome to the Show
- 00:00 - Segment: The News You Need to Know
- 10:15 - President Biden and Vice President Harris talk voting rights in Georgia
- 11:50 - Stacey Abrams, and a coalition of Georgia's most active voting rights groups, snubs the Biden administration's event
- 15:16 - The White House tries to corner Senator Joe Manchin on Build Back Better
- 19:07 - Store shelves left empty, Omicron to blame?
- 24:22 - New York City mayor Eric Adams considers vaccine mandate for kids
- 29:35 - Kids in northern Virginia are (finally) back in school
- 29:36 - Segment: You Love to Hear It
- 29:55 - CDC director Rochelle Walensky says 75 percent of vaccinated people who died from Covid-19 had at least four other comorbidities
- 34:19 - The Fresh Prince of Bel Air gets a dramatic reboot
- 39:00 - Actor and comedian Bob Saget dies at age 65
- 44:04 - Mary Katharine and her husband, Steve, invent KidFins, an adjustable floating device to help teach kids how to swim
Mary Katharine and Steve's Kickstarter for KidFins