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Analysis of the Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict Analysis of the Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict
Wed, April, 21, 2021
Trial attorney Kirk Davis and Gordon Deal break down the guilty verdict of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
Analysis of the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict Analysis of the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict
Wed, April, 21, 2021
Derek Chauvin was convicted of three counts, including murder charges, in the death of George Floyd. We get reaction from Law Professor Eric Cedillo.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 21, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 21, 2021
Wed, April, 21, 2021
Derek Chauvin guilty of murder in death of George Floyd, Trump's former aides say he whiffed on vaccination legacy, and Texas dog awarded by fire department, animal services for saving his owner's life.
Democrats Tie Infrastructure Package to Unionization Push Democrats Tie Infrastructure Package to Unionization Push
Tue, April, 20, 2021
The White House has tied a unionization push to the $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal. Eliza Collins from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal go behind the headline.
FedEx workers can't carry phones. After Indianapolis shooting, many couldn't call family. FedEx workers can't carry phones. After Indianapolis shooting, many couldn't call family.
Tue, April, 20, 2021
Binghui Huang from the Indianapolis Star outlines the unintended consequence caused by FedEx's ban on workers carrying cell phones.
Tragic traffic stop for dangling air freshener fuels debate over police enforcement of Tragic traffic stop for dangling air freshener fuels debate over police enforcement of "nanny laws"
Tue, April, 20, 2021
After another tragic traffic stop, many question the enforcement of an ever-growing litany of "nanny" laws. Jeff Mordock from the Washington Times has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 20, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 20, 2021
Tue, April, 20, 2021
Derek Chauvin's trial goes to jury after closing arguments, Walter Mondale, former Vice President, dies at 93, and most Americans taking wait-and-see approach with ticketed public events.
Billions in Pandemic Aid Is Slow to Reach Renters and Landlords Billions in Pandemic Aid Is Slow to Reach Renters and Landlords
Mon, April, 19, 2021
Pandemic aid isn't reaching renters or landlords. Christine Mai-Duc from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Supreme Court justices condemn expansion efforts Supreme Court justices condemn expansion efforts
Mon, April, 19, 2021
Jeff Mordock from Washington Times and Gordon Deal discuss how Supreme Court justices feel about expanding the court.
Five hurdles Democrats face to pass an infrastructure bill Five hurdles Democrats face to pass an infrastructure bill
Mon, April, 19, 2021
Cristina Marcos from The Hill breaks down some of the hurdles Democrats face when it comes to passing an infrastructure bill.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 19, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 19, 2021
Mon, April, 19, 2021
Closing arguments set for Monday in Derek Chauvin's trial, five hurdles Democrats face to pass an infrastructure bill, and comfort dogs find bipartisan support on Capitol Hill.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 17, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 17, 2021
Sat, April, 17, 2021
Veterans of Afghan war feel torn over the announced pullout, what's behind a spike in "gray" divorces, and Revolutionary War re-enactors rebel against the pandemic.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 16, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 16, 2021
Fri, April, 16, 2021
8 killed in mass shooting at FedEx warehouse in Indianapolis, what does the latest economic data tell us about the recovery, and despite his Parkinson's disease, this man aims to hike the entire Appalachian Trail.
Internet companies courting conservatives while cracking down on content Internet companies courting conservatives while cracking down on content
Thu, April, 15, 2021
Internet companies are trying to slowly work their way back into the good graces of conservatives. Ryan Lovelace from the Washington Times takes us behind the headline.
There have been at least 16 incidents of 'weapon confusion' since 2001 There have been at least 16 incidents of 'weapon confusion' since 2001
Thu, April, 15, 2021
Jo Ciavaglia from the Bucks County Courier Times and Gordon Deal discuss attempts to prevent the rare but sometimes fatal mistake of weapon confusion.
Brooklyn Center mayor in the spotlight after Daunte Wright shooting Brooklyn Center mayor in the spotlight after Daunte Wright shooting
Thu, April, 15, 2021
Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott has been thrust into the spotlight after the shooting of Daunte Wright. Nick Halter from Axios has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 15, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 15, 2021
Thu, April, 15, 2021
The officer who killed Daunte Wright charged with second-degree manslaughter, experts battle it out in the trial of Derek Chauvin, and short shorts for men.
Inoculation freebies like gift cards, Krispy Kreme donuts: Are they a good or bad way to encourage shots? Inoculation freebies like gift cards, Krispy Kreme donuts: Are they a good or bad way to encourage shots?
Wed, April, 14, 2021
Could businesses follow Krispy Kreme and start offering incentives to people who get the pandemic shot? Nathan Bomey from USA Today takes us behind the headline.
What does the J&J pause mean for the global pandemic fight? What does the J&J pause mean for the global pandemic fight?
Wed, April, 14, 2021
Paul Seegert, Managing Partner at PCS Advisors, and Gordon Deal discuss what the Johnson & Johnson pause could mean for the fight against the global pandemic.
What could be the ripple effects of the J&J rollout pause? What could be the ripple effects of the J&J rollout pause?
Wed, April, 14, 2021
Will the recent negative press surrounding Johnson & Johnson's pandemic shot make it harder to convince those on the fence? Pharmaceutical Expert Dr. Dean Fanelli joins us with a look.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 14, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 14, 2021
Wed, April, 14, 2021
Police Chief, officer resign in wake of Daunte Wright killing, what could be the ripple effects of the J&J vaccine rollout pause, and 6-year-old gets hero's welcome back to school after completing cancer treatment.
'January 6 changed everything': Will Capitol riots mark a return to fortress policing? 'January 6 changed everything': Will Capitol riots mark a return to fortress policing?
Tue, April, 13, 2021
Kevin Johnson from USA Today and Gordon Deal discuss how policing could change after the Capitol riot.
Roads, bridges ... and caregivers? Why Biden is pushing a 'radical shift' to redefine infrastructure Roads, bridges ... and caregivers? Why Biden is pushing a 'radical shift' to redefine infrastructure
Tue, April, 13, 2021
Redefining infrastructure is part of the latest plan proposed by the White House. Joey Garrison from USA Today has the story.
Biden's infrastructure plan heads for the Senate shredder Biden's infrastructure plan heads for the Senate shredder
Tue, April, 13, 2021
Megan Casella from POLITICO gives us a look at what could be excised from Joe Biden's infrastructure plan.