KNX InDepth (December 5, 2018)

KNX In Depth
Wednesday, December 5th
All of those blacked out lines in the sentencing guidelines for former Trump national security advisor Michael Flynn tell a story--some of which we know now, most of which we should soon be finding out. Flynn's 19 interviews with Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his cooperation on at least three separate investigations involving President Trump or people close to him tease at much bigger developments to come, so we will go In Depth.

And Les Moonves, once one of the most powerful men in all of show business, resorted to deleting hundreds of his own text messages and even passing off his young son's iPad as his own to obstruct an investigation into his years of sexual misconduct--all of that from a damning report by lawyers HIRED by CBS.

We go In Depth on Moonves's fall from grace and the long road ahead, still, for American women in the workplace.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals want you to change the way you talk, especially when it comes to age-old catchphrases that involve animals.

PETA argues sayings like "bring home the bacon" are not only cruel to pigs, but could be a path to racism! They say we should be replace that with "bring home the bagels"--so we'll get the argument straight from PETA.

And the final word on the life and legacy of President George H.W. Bush, from the mouths of the people who knew him best.
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