Rep. Adam Schiff (D- California) says while Obama's new NSA spy regulations are a good first step, he is missing some crucial changes that would protect Americans even further. He tells New Day about the recommendations he's made to the President, and says Congress is so "dysfunctional" that they likely won't heed the Obama's new proposals.
Dennis Rodman announced Saturday that he has checked into rehab for alcoholism. Is he doing the right thing? Or is Rodman using this opportunity to escape all of the bad press from his trip to North Korea?
New Day spoke with sports agent David Sugarman, who is also a friend of Rodman's. Sugarman said Rodman had a difficult struggle with alcohol during his trip and "probably had an awakening."
New Day sat down with Peter Swire, a law professor at Georgia Tech and one of just five experts on Obama's NSA advisory panel. The biggest change Obama announced is that the NSA will now have to ask for a court order to access phone records. But does this mean that your privacy is any more secure?
Sasheer Zamata made her debut Saturday night as SNL's first black female cast member in six years. The show has been under fire recently for lacking diversity in both talent and writing staff. So did the show satisfy viewers? Or did they over-do it? Our hilarious panel of comedians Loni Love, Scott Blakeman and Sheryl Underwood joined us for a candid conversation about Zamata's performance and the direction SNL needs to take from here. Blakeman put it best, "The more diverse, the better and funnier the show!"