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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Monday 4/10/2017


CNBC Contributor James Pethokoukis joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the March unemployment numbers. He also talked about the impact Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation could potentially have on the economy:


Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton joined Dan and Amy to talk about the missile attack on Syria, the brewing fights with Russia and North Korea, and all of the other international brush fires smoldering right now:


Today is Opening Day at Wrigley Field and the Cubs will unveil a number of new additions to the ballpark and also celebrate their World Series Championship. Cubs Co-Owner Todd Ricketts joined Dan and Amy to talk about today’s festivities:


Bill Gertz the Senior Editor for the Washington Free Beacon and the author of “iWar: War and Peace in the Information Age” joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the missile strikes against Syria and the announcement over the weekend that the US Navy will be headed to the Korean peninsula:


Philadelphia has passed a new law prohibiting employers from even asking about a job candidate’s wage history. The city’s Chamber of Commerce fought back this week with a suit to block the law as an unconstitutional restriction on employers’ free-speech rights.


Tomi Lahren, the young, incendiary conservative commentator, is suing her former boss, Glenn Beck, and his media firm, The Blaze, for wrongful termination over her pro-choice comments.


Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the U.S. position on Syria hasn’t changed after American warships launched a military strike on an air base in Syria Thursday in response to a deadly chemical weapons attack that killed at least 70 civilians earlier in the week.


Uber has banned for life a Bronx woman who threatened to falsely accuse her Uber driver of rape. In video footage released online, the woman became irate after her Uber driver didn’t have a phone charger for her iPhone.


La Var Ball said the white starters on UCLA’s basketball team were “too slow” to win a national title. His son, Lonzo Ball, is headed to the NBA draft after completing his freshman season with a loss in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Basketball Tournament last month.