A horrific accident on the San Mateo Bridge over the weekend where a limo caught fire and five women died occurred over the weekend. Gil speaks with Scott King, a forensic automotive engineer for DJS, about a variety of possibilities as to how and why the fire started.
A new documentary called "Unclaimed" is out and Don Bendell speaks with Gil about why he believes none of the details are true.
Gil speaks with Jean Twenge, professor at San Diego State University and author of Generation Me, about why in a recent study it show teenagers are less likely to be hard workers.
Michael Rubin, a former Pentagon official and now with American Enterprise Institute, speaks with Gil about Syria.
Gil picks the finest examples of dumb criminals from the previous week’s news stories, and shares them with you.
Tina Humphrey, owner of Buildergirl Design and Construction and local hero, speak with Gil about how she handled and defused a car jacking earlier this week in Greenbrae with criminal Jeffrey Boyce.
Nick Corcodilos, professional recruiter, author and owner of Ask the Headhunter website, speaks with Gil about how to land a job.
David Wedge from the Boston Herald speaks with Gil about the additional three arrests in the Boston bombing case.
Norman Matloff, professor of computer science at UC Davis, about the tech shortage myth.