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Obama to address glitches, Same-sex marriages, Festus plane crash

President Obama is set to address Affordable Care Act glitches Monday. President Obama is set to address Affordable Care Act glitches Monday.
Same-sex marriage is now legal in New Jersey. Same-sex marriage is now legal in New Jersey.
The FAA is investigating a plane crash in Festus. The FAA is investigating a plane crash in Festus.
The Cardinals are headed to the World Series! The Cardinals are headed to the World Series!

Happy Monday!

President Obama is expected to address glitches with the Affordable Care Act Monday from the White House. We'll have full coverage on The Breakfast Show.

After a Supreme Court ruling, same-sex marriage is now legal in New Jersey. Carly O'Keefe will have all the details at 5.

Then at 5:16, doctors are warning about breast milk sold online. Tune in to find out why.

A priest in Evansville, Indiana stopped a would-be robbery by fighting fire with fire, so to speak. I'll tell you about it during Trending Now at 5:26.

New this morning on The Breakfast Show: the FAA has been called in to investigate after an experimental aircraft crashed in Festus. Full story at 5:32.

At 5:52 we'll give you a recap of the weekend box office hits.

A neighbor of Ariel Castro has now been charged with kidnap and murder. Catch the full story on this at 6:13.

Apple is expected to unveil a new iPad later this week. Info at 6:22.

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