Here's a rundown of the top stories from today's show:
Toronto's infamous crack-smoking, binge-drinking mayor, Rob Ford, gave his first public address since becoming an international punch line when he spoke at a Remembrance Day ceremony Monday.
He was greeted by boos, but calls for his resignation be damned because Ford himself is saying, "I'm not going anywhere, guaranteed."
He may be right.
“He was scandal prone during the campaign and every time something came out, his numbers went up,” CNN Chief Innovation Correspondent Bill Weir reports. “And he has so much support now, despite all these admissions, all these fresh suspicions that more videos could be coming out.”
Ford’s message has repeatedly resonated with the people of Toronto.
“This guy ran on the message that Toronto is broken. It struck a chord. He was the right guy at the right time,” Weir says.
“It all comes down to what the police have next.”