Even though it's not the 4th of July, it is ... It's Constitution Day -- September 17, 1787 the founding fathers signed the U.S. Constitution It's Pledge Across America Day. Every school is invited to join a synchronized recitation of the Pledge of Allegience coast to coast at 2 PM Eastern Time. It's Bloodiest Day -- September 17, 1862, during the Civil War, the Battle of Antietam. More than 23,100 soldiers were captured, wounded or slain in the conflict, which has become known as the bloodiest day in American military history. It's National Apple Dumpling Day.
This year, you'll hear something you've never heard before if you call the Butterball Turkey Talk Line - find out what it is with today's"3 Things You Need to Know"
Happy 62nd birthday wishes to John Waldo Waybill who celebrates today. You may not know the name, but you know his band - at least the band's biggest hit single, which was all over MTV in the early 80s. From 1981, today's "Lost 80s Classic" comes from Fee Waybill and The Tubes