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Biden shortlist for White House key environmental post shows focus on environmental justice Biden shortlist for White House key environmental post shows focus on environmental justice
Wed, December, 2, 2020
Valerie Volcovici from Reuters and Gordon Deal take a look at Joe Biden's focus on environmental justice.
Scarred by Obama years, conservatives prep for battle against added unemployment benefits Scarred by Obama years, conservatives prep for battle against added unemployment benefits
Wed, December, 2, 2020
Nihal Krishan from Washington Examiner explains why conservatives are preparing for a battle against added unemployment benefits.
Biden's pick to lead White House budget office emerges as lightning rod for GOP Biden's pick to lead White House budget office emerges as lightning rod for GOP
Wed, December, 2, 2020
President-Elect Joe Biden's pick to lead the White House budget office emerges as a lightning rod for GOP. Annie Linskey from the Washington Post takes us behind the headline.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 02, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 02, 2020
Wed, December, 2, 2020
Justice Department investigating 'bribery conspiracy scheme' involving presidential pardon, Attorney-General Barr says no evidence of voter fraud, and couple uses deposit from canceled wedding to feed hundreds on Thanksgiving.
How the 2020 Election Deepened America's White-Collar/Blue-Collar Split How the 2020 Election Deepened America's White-Collar/Blue-Collar Split
Tue, December, 1, 2020
Aaron Zitner from The Wall Street Journal explores the deepening political divide between white-collar and blue-collar counties, which grew even wider with the 2020 election.
In the Pandemic Economy, Laid-Off Employees Become New Entrepreneurs In the Pandemic Economy, Laid-Off Employees Become New Entrepreneurs
Tue, December, 1, 2020
Kim Mackrael from The Wall Street Journal tells the story of laid-off employees, like personal trainers and hairstylists, who have reinvented themselves by launching their own small businesses.
Big Donors Spent Heavily on Failed Election Efforts Big Donors Spent Heavily on Failed Election Efforts
Tue, December, 1, 2020
Julie Bykowicz from The Wall Street Journal looks into the billions of dollars that 2020 election donors spent on failed efforts, like Mike Bloomberg's $100 million investment to turn Florida blue and Sheldon Adelson's $75 million in donations to President Trump's re-election campaign.
Moderna to Request Emergency Authorization of Vaccine Moderna to Request Emergency Authorization of Vaccine
Tue, December, 1, 2020
A week after Pfizer, Moderna has become the second company to apply to the FDA for emergency use authorization for its vaccine. Dr. Dean Fanelli, a partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, analyzes the news.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 01, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 01, 2020
Tue, December, 1, 2020
Moderna asks health regulators to authorize its covid-19 vaccine, Arizona, Wisconsin certify narrow victories for Joe Biden, and Louisville coffee shop customer pays it forward with random act of kindness.
How 4 college students spent an unprecedented fall semester How 4 college students spent an unprecedented fall semester
Mon, November, 30, 2020
Jillian Berman from MarketWatch details her accounts of four students' fall semesters, and how their lives as college students have completely changed during the pandemic.
Covid Scrambles College Basketball Season Before It Starts Covid Scrambles College Basketball Season Before It Starts
Mon, November, 30, 2020
Sports schedules are starting to get ravaged by Covid-19. Rachel Bachman of the WSJ forecasts the coming months ahead for college basketball, and poses the dire question: Will there be March Madness?
A Covid-19 Vaccine Could Unleash Pent-Up Demand, Bringing Along Inflation A Covid-19 Vaccine Could Unleash Pent-Up Demand, Bringing Along Inflation
Mon, November, 30, 2020
What will happen to the economy once we finally release ourselves from the clutches of the coronavirus? The WSJ's David Harrison predicts that a familiar word beginning with the letter "i" will return.
'Almost impossible': As education divide deepens, Democrats fear a demographic problem for future power 'Almost impossible': As education divide deepens, Democrats fear a demographic problem for future power
Mon, November, 30, 2020
Joey Garrison of USA Today describes how a growing education divide amongst voters could pose alarming issues for the Democratic party in the future.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 30, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 30, 2020
Mon, November, 30, 2020
Black Friday was a bust for many stores, De Blasio to reopen New York elementary schools in reversal, and Turkey leftovers pile up after pandemic-constrained Thanksgiving.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal November 28, 2020 This Weekend with Gordon Deal November 28, 2020
Sat, November, 28, 2020
Getting a coronavirus vaccine from loading dock to upper arm could be tricky, the biggest political turkeys of 2020, and is the car owner's manual history.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 27, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 27, 2020
Fri, November, 27, 2020
Holiday shopping is different this year, tens of thousands left the president option blank, and how the pandemic has changed our grocery shopping habits forever.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 26, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 26, 2020
Thu, November, 26, 2020
Thanksgiving - Why 2020 now represents a turning point, toward parts unknown, the seasonal hazard of working from home, and tips for a cozier Zoom Thanksgiving.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 25, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 25, 2020
Wed, November, 25, 2020
Officials urge Americans to stay home over the holiday, how thousands of scarce covid shots could go to waste, and here's why Thanksgiving is always on the fourth Thursday of November.
Workplace Romance? Many Millennials and Gen Zers Would Never Workplace Romance? Many Millennials and Gen Zers Would Never
Tue, November, 24, 2020
Millennials are staying away from workplace flings. Krithika Varagur from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 24, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 24, 2020
Tue, November, 24, 2020
Presidential transition process to begin after weeks of delay, Biden picks Janet Yellen for Treasury Secretary, and holiday shopping is different this year.
House Republicans hopeful for fundraising boost House Republicans hopeful for fundraising boost
Mon, November, 23, 2020
With some unexpected gains, Republicans are hoping for a fundraising boost. Alex Gangitano from The Hill and Gordon Deal discuss.
Biden, Beware: The Nationalist Moment Hasn't Passed Biden, Beware: The Nationalist Moment Hasn't Passed
Mon, November, 23, 2020
Despite Trump losing the election don't think the Nationalist movement has passed. Greg Ip from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Why Biden won't unite a deeply divided nation Why Biden won't unite a deeply divided nation
Mon, November, 23, 2020
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains why President-Elect Joe Biden will have trouble uniting a divided nation.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 23, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 23, 2020
Mon, November, 23, 2020
AstraZeneca vaccine can be 90% effective, Joe Biden picks Antony Blinken for Secretary of State, and majority of Americans say they got the worst sleep in 2020.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal November 21, 2020 This Weekend with Gordon Deal November 21, 2020
Sat, November, 21, 2020
Why the pandemic is creating a run on dry ice, why are some careers more likely to end a marriage, and Washington restaurant that feeds homeless saved from closing.