Scott Slade: New Starbucks policy

Scott Slade pulls back the curtain to offer you a behind-the-scenes glimpse at notes he takes every day, hosting Atlanta’s Morning News:

Today is first week day for the new STARBUCKS policy: "Any customer is welcome to use Starbucks spaces, including our restrooms, cafes and patios, regardless of whether they make a purchase." If this is their plan to weed out paying customers, it might just work.

Rudy Giuliani says Special Counsel Robert Mueller's people tell him the Russia obstruction probe will wrap up by September IF the president agrees to an interview this summer.

Developments from the Santa Fe High School shooting Friday --

Former Obama Education Secretary Arne Duncan is calling for parents to BOYCOTT SCHOOLS until elected officials pass stricter gun control laws.

Singer Kelly Clarkson on the Billboard Music Awards last night with a tribute to the Santa Fe Texas high school shooting victims said moments of silence aren't working, it's time for action.

Coming up Tuesday on AMN:

Biggest rain chance days this week in Kirk Mellish's 5 DAY Forecast

South Korean President's meeting with Pres. Trump - will he get an earful for overselling NK willingness to negotiate?

Is GA Country Crooner Caleb Lee Hutchinson the new American Idol

The Braves in Philadelphia playing the 2nd place Phillies

Early turnout on primary election day 

Clark Howard's warning about thieves hacking credit cards with embedded chips

CDC: based on internet searches, Atlanta's ranking for stress.

TODAY

Pres. Trump says he will officially ask for formal investigation into whether the FBI had an informant inside his campaign in 2016.

Immunity hearing today for former DK officer Robert Olsen for the shooting death of an unarmed veteran; if he is not granted immunity, jury selection begins in his felony murder trial.

Atlanta City Council expected to vote TODAY on whether to spend up to $130 for backup generators at Hartsfield/Jackson International Airport. A resolution would call for the city to enter in to a contract with GA Power to install enough emergency capacity to supply 100% of the power needed to run the concourses normally...about 65 megawatts. (It could take more than two years to finish the generator project if and when it's greenlighted.)

Final day of campaigning before the GA Primary tomorrow. The candidates’ biggest opponent may be voter apathy.

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