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The Small Business Report May 24, 2016 The Small Business Report May 24, 2016
Tue, May, 24, 2016
Launching your own business after getting dumped from your favorite job: a chat with entrepreneur and social media influencer Natalie Zfat, who made a promise to not be at someone else's mercy again.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 24, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 24, 2016
Tue, May, 24, 2016
TSA intelligence chief replaced after facing criticism, safety experts say Flight 804 evidence was mishandled and in the new economics of dating, men no longer need to pay.
How Eric and Don Trump Differ from Their Dad How Eric and Don Trump Differ from Their Dad
Mon, May, 23, 2016
With Donald Trump's family playing such a large role in his campaign, Dan Zak from The Washington Post takes a look at Eric and Don Trump's upbringings.
Democrats Fear an Unruly July Convention in Philadelphia Democrats Fear an Unruly July Convention in Philadelphia
Mon, May, 23, 2016
Byron Tau from The Wall Street Journal breaks down why Democrats are concerned about the potential for a raucous, emotionally-charged 2016 convention.
The Most Frustrating Chore: Laundry The Most Frustrating Chore: Laundry
Mon, May, 23, 2016
Ellen Byron of The Wall Street Journal offers some glimmers of hope with products that may make doing your laundry less tedious.
No, Bill Clinton Does Not No, Bill Clinton Does Not "Know How" To Fix The Economy
Mon, May, 23, 2016
Hillary Clinton says she will put her husband in charge of revitalizing the economy should she win in November, but Ben Casselman from FiveThirtyEight.com joins us to explain why Bill Clinton may not be such a great candidate for the job.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 23, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 23, 2016
Mon, May, 23, 2016
Suspect in Massachusetts police officer's death killed in shootout, U.S. lifts arms sales embargo to Vietnam in historic move, and side gigs you can start in retirement.
The Zika Virus and Your Pets The Zika Virus and Your Pets
Fri, May, 20, 2016
Dr. Tom Nelson explains how keeping your pet safe from mosquitoes can save you from the Zika virus.
In Adjacent Pennsylvania Counties, Republicans Are Split on Donald Trump In Adjacent Pennsylvania Counties, Republicans Are Split on Donald Trump
Fri, May, 20, 2016
What is causing the split in GOP voters over Donald Trump? Aaron Zitner of The Wall Street Journal shares the details.
The presidential candidates aren't talking about jobs The presidential candidates aren't talking about jobs
Fri, May, 20, 2016
America's number one concern still has not been addressed by Presidential candidates. Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance covered the story.
Recession- scarred Millennials fuel growing interest in tiny homes Recession- scarred Millennials fuel growing interest in tiny homes
Fri, May, 20, 2016
What has caused the jump in tiny homes across America? Charisse Jones of USA Today explains the details.
Bernie Sanders Could Win By Losing Bernie Sanders Could Win By Losing
Fri, May, 20, 2016
What are the odds that Sanders will surpass Clinton? S.V. Date of the National Journal has the story.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal May 21, 2016 This Weekend with Gordon Deal May 21, 2016
Fri, May, 20, 2016
Taking a look at what splits Republican voters on Donald Trump, how graduates can tackle student loan debt and what can we learn from "American Picker" Frank Fritz.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 20, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 20, 2016
Fri, May, 20, 2016
The search for EgyptAir Flight 804 continues, S.F. police chief quits amid growing scandals and How much you need to make to pay your rent in these high priced cities.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 19, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 19, 2016
Thu, May, 19, 2016
EgyptAir says flight from Paris to Cairo missing with 66 on board, House approves $622 million to combat Zika virus and what if Facebook gave us an opposing-viewpoints button.
The Small Business Report May 18, 2016 The Small Business Report May 18, 2016
Thu, May, 19, 2016
Warnings about the transition to chip-enabled credit cards for small businesses; why it's time to stop criticizing a key customer base: millennials; and the chain restaurant giving up on the "no tipping" policy.
Trump and the Supreme Court fight Trump and the Supreme Court fight
Wed, May, 18, 2016
Will Donald Trump have an affect on the Supreme Court nominee? More on the story from Scot Lehigh of the Boston Globe.
To endorse or not: Paul Ryan's Trump dilemma To endorse or not: Paul Ryan's Trump dilemma
Wed, May, 18, 2016
How does Paul Ryan plan on handling Donald Trump's confrontational image? Craig Gilbert from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has the story.
Bernie Sanders's Staying Power in Presidential Race Surprises Senators Bernie Sanders's Staying Power in Presidential Race Surprises Senators
Wed, May, 18, 2016
Sanders surprises most by outlasting other Senate candidates. Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Hillary Clinton Plans to Pin Down Donald Trump on Policy Hillary Clinton Plans to Pin Down Donald Trump on Policy
Wed, May, 18, 2016
Hillary Clinton is focusing more on Donald Trump's changing stands on different policies. Michael C. Bender from the Bloomberg explains what is going on.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 18, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 18, 2016
Wed, May, 18, 2016
Clinton, Sanders split latest Democrat nominating contests, Senate passes bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia and the drunkest cities in America.
Democrats Aim to Retake House Democrats Aim to Retake House
Tue, May, 17, 2016
Democrats see an opening to retake the House. James Arkin from RealClearPolitics has more.
Hillary Clinton's Strengths and Weaknesses in Kentucky Hillary Clinton's Strengths and Weaknesses in Kentucky
Tue, May, 17, 2016
Hillary Clinton looks for a bounce-back win in Kentucky today. Arian Campo-Flores from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Baltimore Trial Draws Attention of Police Nationwide Baltimore Trial Draws Attention of Police Nationwide
Tue, May, 17, 2016
The Wall Street Journal's Scott Calvert breaks down why Baltimore has the attention of police nationwide.
Supreme Court sends 'contraceptive mandate' cases back to lower courts Supreme Court sends 'contraceptive mandate' cases back to lower courts
Tue, May, 17, 2016
Richard Wolf from USA Today explains why the Supreme Court decided to punt on the "contraceptive mandate" case.