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Korean peace talks pose new challenge for Trump Korean peace talks pose new challenge for Trump
Tue, April, 24, 2018
The Hill's Rebecca Kheel explains the challenges that President Trump faces ahead of the Korean peace talks.
Public spaces again under attack Public spaces again under attack
Tue, April, 24, 2018
Can we trust that public spaces are safe from attack? Gordon Deal and security expert Lou Palumbo discuss.
Inside the mind of a mass shooter Inside the mind of a mass shooter
Tue, April, 24, 2018
Forensic Psychologist Dr. John Huber gives us a look inside the mind of a mass shooter.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 24, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 24, 2018
Tue, April, 24, 2018
Driver plows van into Toronto pedestrians, authorities catch Waffle House suspect, and police give 84-year-old man ride to hospital to visit sick wife.
Companies Forced to Pay More for Overtime Wonder If It's Worth It Companies Forced to Pay More for Overtime Wonder If It's Worth It
Mon, April, 23, 2018
Overtime has taken the place of hiring more workers. Lauren Weber from the Wall Street Journal says some companies are not happy.
Behind the Political Rise of Devin Nunes Behind the Political Rise of Devin Nunes
Mon, April, 23, 2018
Congressman Devin Nunes has been on the rise in Washington. Byron Tau from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
The Ultra-Cheap Phones Even iPhone Users Will Crave The Ultra-Cheap Phones Even iPhone Users Will Crave
Mon, April, 23, 2018
No-frills phones are slowly gaining some more modern updates. The Wall Street Journal's David Pierce explains to Gordon Deal why he is all for them.
Airlines, including Southwest, are so safe it's hard to rank them by safety Airlines, including Southwest, are so safe it's hard to rank them by safety
Mon, April, 23, 2018
Will airlines continue their stellar safety record? Elizabeth Weise from USA Today gives us a look.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 23, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 23, 2018
Mon, April, 23, 2018
Nashville man who stopped Waffle House shooter says he's not a hero, why the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak affects mostly women, and people are not prepared for this retirement expense.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 21, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 21, 2018
Sat, April, 21, 2018
Putting out a yearbook after the Parkland shooting, distracted driving deaths are on the rise, and big sleep is having its moment.
Is Apple really better about privacy? Here's what we found out Is Apple really better about privacy? Here's what we found out
Fri, April, 20, 2018
Is Apple really better about privacy? USA Today's Jefferson Graham took a look.
How disability is holding back the Trump economy How disability is holding back the Trump economy
Fri, April, 20, 2018
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains how disability is putting a strain on the economy.
How Trump Can Win Big in North Korea How Trump Can Win Big in North Korea
Fri, April, 20, 2018
Graham Allison from the Harvard Kennedy School talks with Gordon Deal about how President Trump can win with North Korea.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 20, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 20, 2018
Fri, April, 20, 2018
How Trump can win big in North Korea, two Florida deputies killed in apparent ambush at restaurant, and man donates kidney to high school classmate.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 19, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 19, 2018
Thu, April, 19, 2018
What caused the deadly engine failure on Southwest Flight 1380, a blackout hits all of Puerto Rico, and how accountants party after Tax Day.
Why it's essential to pass a farm bill Why it's essential to pass a farm bill
Wed, April, 18, 2018
Gordon Deal talks with Missouri Representative Vicky Hartzler about why it's essential to pass a farm bill.
What's the way forward for the U.S. in Syria? What's the way forward for the U.S. in Syria?
Wed, April, 18, 2018
Indiana Representative Jim Banks joins us with a look at how we move forward in Syria.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo Met North Korea's Kim Jong Un to Discuss Summit CIA Director Mike Pompeo Met North Korea's Kim Jong Un to Discuss Summit
Wed, April, 18, 2018
Jonathan Cheng from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss the secret meeting between CIA Director Mike Pompeo and North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 18, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 18, 2018
Wed, April, 18, 2018
Former First Lady Barbara Bush dies, CIA Director Mike Pompeo met North Korea's Kim Jong Un, and why more money leads to more stress.
One Year of 'College' With No Degree, But No Debt And a Job at the End One Year of 'College' With No Degree, But No Debt And a Job at the End
Tue, April, 17, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Doug Belkin and Gordon Deal have a look at how families are trying to get around soaring college costs.
Crack and Pack: How Companies Are Mastering the New Tax Code Crack and Pack: How Companies Are Mastering the New Tax Code
Tue, April, 17, 2018
Companies are doing their best to take advantage of the new tax code. Richard Rubin from Wall Street Journal has the story.
Tariffs Could Complicate Key Senate Races Tariffs Could Complicate Key Senate Races
Tue, April, 17, 2018
Bridget Bowman from RollCall breaks down how tariffs are complicating upcoming senate races.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 17, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 17, 2018
Tue, April, 17, 2018
South Carolina deadly prison fight sparked by contraband cellphones, Trump touts "successful hit" in Syria, and is caffeine good for your heart.
Baby boomers have insomnia, and Big Sleep is cashing in Baby boomers have insomnia, and Big Sleep is cashing in
Mon, April, 16, 2018
Beth Teitell from the Boston Globe and Gordon Deal chat about why we are all tired and who trying to profit.
Could Democrats Steal Paul Ryan's Seat? Could Democrats Steal Paul Ryan's Seat?
Mon, April, 16, 2018
Will Democrats steal the seat from a retiring Paul Ryan? David Byler from the Weekly Standard has the story.