Kicker

Kicker – Reporters vs. Raccoons

NICK EICHER, HOST: Intruders are managing to breach the best security in the world—the White House.

Kicker – Subway’s not-quite bread

NICK EICHER, HOST: Subway restaurants are known around the world for their sandwiches. So it may surprise you to know that Subway restaurants in Ireland don’t sell sandwiches. 

Kicker – Virtual school suspension

MARY REICHARD, HOST: A 9-year-old in elementary school in New Orleans got suspended for possessing a weapon in class. 

Kicker – Suspicious political signs

NICK EICHER, HOST: Here’s something you may have noticed:

Kicker – Space potty

NICK EICHER, HOST: Suppose you heard the federal government spent $23 million on a toilet, what would you say?

Kicker – A trip to nowhere

NICK EICHER, HOST: Tickets for a recent Qantas Airlines flight from Sydney, Australia, sold out in just 10 minutes. 

Kicker – Parroting a blue streak

MYRNA BROWN, HOST: A British zoo has had to separate five parrots that keepers say were causing problems at the Lincolnshire Wildlife Centre.

Kicker – A 9 carat surprise

NICK EICHER, HOST: Say you’re walking along a familiar path and look down and notice something unfamiliar.

Kicker – Hockey threats

NICK EICHER, HOST: Police in Tampa, Florida responded last week to what sounded like trouble. 

Kicker – A vinyl resurgence

MYRNA BROWN, HOST: Something just happened in the music recording industry that hasn’t happened in a long time, not since the 1980s.