Friday on Jansing & Co. we'll discuss the latest comments by a member of the jury in the George Zimmerman trial.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus are coming together in Chicago on Friday for an emergency summit about gun violence. During Fourth of July weekend alone 72 people were shot, and 12 were killed. We'll have the latest on the summit and the measures they propose to stop the violence.
The latest revelations of sexting have cost Anthony Weiner his lead in New York City's race for mayor. A new WNBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll shows Weiner trailing new leader Christine Quinn by nine points. Despite the setback, Weiner pledges to remain in the race. We'll have the latest.
Is the Republican Party in the midst of a civil war? In a memo from the conservative group Groundswell, obtained by Mother Jones, Karl Rove is listed as a target for not being conservative enough. There are also reports of disputes between GOP Congressman over ObamaCare. Conservatives like Ted Cruz and Rand Paul are drawing criticism from their colleagues for suggesting a government shutdown as a means to defund the health law. Our strategists will weigh on the Republican infighting and discuss how it affects Congress.
Two states that ban same-sex-marriage have issued marriage licenses to a few same-sex couples this week. In Ohio a federal judge took the unprecedented step of allowing a dying man's out-of-state marriage to be recognized. On July 11, Jim Obergefell married his partner John Arthur, who is in advanced stages of Lou Gehrig's Disease. He will join Jansing and Co. to discuss his new marriage.
And former President George H.W. Bush has shaved his head to support a child with cancer. NBC's Jenna Bush Hager, his granddaughter, has the story.