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Erin Kelly from USA Today has a look at how states are trying protect themselves from Russian hackers. Erin Kelly from USA Today has a look at how states are trying protect themselves from Russian hackers.
Tue, February, 20, 2018
Erin Kelly from USA Today has a look at how states are trying protect themselves from Russian hackers.
Is America's Mass-Shooting Problem Rooted In A Mental Health Crisis? Is America's Mass-Shooting Problem Rooted In A Mental Health Crisis?
Tue, February, 20, 2018
How does mental health play into mass-shootings? Psychologist Dr. John Huber joins us with more.
What should lawmakers be doing to prevent more school shootings? What should lawmakers be doing to prevent more school shootings?
Tue, February, 20, 2018
What should lawmakers be doing to prevent more school shootings? GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak has a look.
What should we make of the Russian meddling charges? What should we make of the Russian meddling charges?
Tue, February, 20, 2018
GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak and Gordon Deal discuss what we should make of the Russian meddling charges.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 20, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 20, 2018
Tue, February, 20, 2018
Florida school set to reopen after shooting, what should we make of the Russian meddling, and what would you do if you found a bag of cash.
This Morning with Gordon Deal This Morning with Gordon Deal
Mon, February, 19, 2018
Instagram Is Turning Into Facebook, and That's Bad.
This Morning with Gordon Deal This Morning with Gordon Deal
Mon, February, 19, 2018
How Much of Your $355 Ticket Is Profit for Airlines?
This Morning with Gordon Deal This Morning with Gordon Deal
Mon, February, 19, 2018
Candidates Chase Their '15 Minutes' - And Buckets of Cash.
This Morning with Gordon Deal This Morning with Gordon Deal
Mon, February, 19, 2018
Even With Steve Bannon Sidelined, GOP Is Split in Senate Primary Fights.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 19, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 19, 2018
Mon, February, 19, 2018
President Trump weekend tweetstorm responds to Mueller indictment, GOP is split in senate primary fights, and Six-Year-Old Writes To NASA To '"Make Pluto A Planet Again."
This Weekend with Gordon Deal February 17, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal February 17, 2018
Sat, February, 17, 2018
ALS patients aren't seeing the benefits they wanted from the Ice Bucket Challenge, how to fix the toxic masculine environment in Silicon Valley, and up marathon difficulty by running backwards.
Is It OK for Your Boss to Hug Your Intern? Is It OK for Your Boss to Hug Your Intern?
Fri, February, 16, 2018
Offices are struggling to get witnesses of harassment to speak up. Sue Shellenbarger from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Government debt is exploding. Here's the danger Government debt is exploding. Here's the danger
Fri, February, 16, 2018
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down the danger of the expanding government debt.
What, if anything, can be done at the school level to prevent mass shootings? What, if anything, can be done at the school level to prevent mass shootings?
Fri, February, 16, 2018
Education Consultant Dr. David Wilson has a look at what can be done to prevent mass shootings.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 16, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 16, 2018
Fri, February, 16, 2018
FBI was warned about alleged Florida gunman, what, if anything, can be done at the school level to prevent mass shootings, and dad who walked 11 miles to and from work gets life-changing gift.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 15, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 15, 2018
Thu, February, 15, 2018
Ex-student arrested after 17 shot dead at Florida high school, Football coach shot while shielding students during Florida high school massacre, and gas prices rise despite surging U.S. oil output.
South Koreans Remain Wary of North's Olympic Overtures South Koreans Remain Wary of North's Olympic Overtures
Wed, February, 14, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Jonathan Cheng joined us from Pyeongchang and breaks down why South Korea isn't buying what the North is selling.
Pentagon Requesting $66 Million For Laser Drones to Shoot Down North Korean Missiles Pentagon Requesting $66 Million For Laser Drones to Shoot Down North Korean Missiles
Wed, February, 14, 2018
Patrick Tucker from Defense One and Gordon Deal talk drones outfitted with high-tech missile targeting lasers.
What Is the Mindset Of An Olympic Gold Medal Winner? What Is the Mindset Of An Olympic Gold Medal Winner?
Wed, February, 14, 2018
What is the mindset of An Olympic gold medalist? Psychologist Dr. John Huber gives us a look.
The #MeToo era is making dating more confusing The #MeToo era is making dating more confusing
Wed, February, 14, 2018
Lisa Bonos from the Washington Post explains how the #MeToo era is making dating more confusing.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 14, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 14, 2018
Wed, February, 14, 2018
White House offers contradictions over Rob Porter background check, U.S. 2018 elections 'under attack' by Russia, and Valentine's Day and chicken wings, a match made in heaven.
Republicans See Trump as Top Asset in Senate Races Republicans See Trump as Top Asset in Senate Races
Tue, February, 13, 2018
Senate Republicans are hoping President Trump can give them a boost in the mid-term elections. Caitlin Huey-Burns from RealClearPolitics explains.
Chicago Makes Strides on Violent Crime but Struggles with Carjackings Chicago Makes Strides on Violent Crime but Struggles with Carjackings
Tue, February, 13, 2018
Shibani Mahtani from the Wall Street Journal explains why Chicago isn't ready to celebrate its drop in violent crime.
As Online Schools Expand, So Do Questions About Their Performance As Online Schools Expand, So Do Questions About Their Performance
Tue, February, 13, 2018
Are online schools performing as well as their brick and mortar cousins? Tawnell Hobbs from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Can the 'Supercommittee II' fix Congress' dysfunction? Can the 'Supercommittee II' fix Congress' dysfunction?
Tue, February, 13, 2018
Susan Ferrechio from Washington Examiner has a look at the latest "supercommittee" trying to fix Congress.