Last night, in his address to a joint session of Congress (basically the same thing as a State of the Union address, except they usually start those in a president's second year), Donald Trump truly became the president of the United States, notwithstanding the amusingly petulant refusal of Democrats to applaud throughout most of the evening.
Elon Musk's SpaceX has announced that they will fly two private citizens, who must have paid dearly for the privilege, around the moon in the next couple of years. At 6:22 we'll speak with Phil Larson, who used to work for SpaceX (and is now an assistant dean at CU.) One big question: What does this say about any "space race" between NASA (the gov't) and the private sector?
At 7:20, we're joined by State Senate President Kevin Grantham for our monthly update on what's being done to/for us in this legislative session.
Someone needs to tell my wife about this: http://abcnews.go.com/Weird/wireStory/swedish-politician-officials-sex-lunchbreak-45710366