Empirical evidence does not suggest that major sporting events cause trafficking for sexual exploitation. Yet 76 percent of US print media from 2010 to 2016 propagated the 'Super Bowl sex trafficking' narrative. Sensationalist narratives are difficult to dislodge, but that is Lauren Martin and Annie Hill are trying to do exactly that when they wrote Debunking the Myth of ‘Super Bowl Sex Trafficking’: Media hype or evidenced-based coverage. Everett Bartlett, president of the Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (SAVE) will join me to discuss the reality surrounding the negative narrative. The Trump Impeachment trial looked to be winding down but then there was a leak about a book. Democrats had been pressuring for more witnesses since before the trial began, especially after former National Security Adviser John Bolton said he'd comply with a subpoena to speak to lawmakers. They doubled down on their calls to hear from Bolton, after a recent report in the New York Times where they insisted that Bolton’s up-coming “tell-all” book was filled with Trump-damning information. Ken LaCorte, the founder of LaCorte News and former senior executive at the Fox News Channel from 1998-2016 where for the last decade he headed the editorial team at FoxNews.com, will join me to discuss the latest.