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Little-known liberals reshape Democratic policy Little-known liberals reshape Democratic policy
Wed, February, 13, 2019
The Democratic party is being pulled even more to the left. Ben Geman from Axios and Gordon Deal discuss.
House Democrats Assess How Hard to Press Gun-Control Agenda House Democrats Assess How Hard to Press Gun-Control Agenda
Tue, February, 12, 2019
Now in control of Congress Democrats are more willing to press a gun-control agenda. Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Beto O'Rourke Weighs Presidential Campaign from an Unusual Position: Front-runner Beto O'Rourke Weighs Presidential Campaign from an Unusual Position: Front-runner
Wed, February, 6, 2019
Beto O'Rourke has said he'll decide on a 2020 presidential bid by the end of the month. The Wall Street Journal's Reid Epstein says that, if the one-time underdog politician does run, he'd be in an unusual position: front-runner.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 25, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 25, 2019
Fri, January, 25, 2019
Shutdown talks revived after bills fail, get ready for an unhappy tax surprise, and should the day after the Super Bowl be a holiday for chicken wings.
The Wall Marks a Deep Cultural Divide The Wall Marks a Deep Cultural Divide
Wed, January, 23, 2019
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal explains how the wall debate has highlighted a deep cultural divide in America.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 23, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 23, 2019
Wed, January, 23, 2019
Senate leaders push votes on dueling bills to end shutdown, Supreme Court accepts first gun case in nearly a decade, and makeup is the new workout gear.
For Democrats in 2020, Small Donors Are Gauge of Fundraising Success For Democrats in 2020, Small Donors Are Gauge of Fundraising Success
Mon, January, 21, 2019
The Wall Street Journal's Julie Bykowicz looks at the increasing emphasis Democrats, like newly-announced 2020 candidate Kamala Harris, are placing on small contributions and grassroots support.
The Government Shutdown Enters Week 4 The Government Shutdown Enters Week 4
Mon, January, 14, 2019
Mike Emanuel from Fox News gives us the latest on the shutdown as it enters week 4.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 08, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 08, 2019
Tue, January, 8, 2019
Can both sides come together to end the government shutdown, Clemson routs Alabama to win College Football's National Championship, and why you don't have a food allergy.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 04, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 04, 2019
Fri, January, 4, 2019
House passes spending package in bid to end shutdown, drugmakers are defying Trump and raising prices, and the exact number of days it takes to turn a resolution in to a habit.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 03, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 03, 2019
Thu, January, 3, 2019
Democrats prepare to take control of House, where will interest rates be headed in 2019, and restaurant owner calls out alleged dine-and-dashers.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 18, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 18, 2018
Tue, December, 18, 2018
President Trump and Democrats prepare for a shutdown, Russians took aim at black voters to boost Trump, and winter travel deals.
If Iowa and New Hampshire Didn't Always Go First, Presidential Campaigns Would Be Shorter If Iowa and New Hampshire Didn't Always Go First, Presidential Campaigns Would Be Shorter
Mon, December, 10, 2018
Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby offers a solution to the country's unhealthy, dragged-out presidential campaigns.
Iowa Democrats Say They Want Generational Change Iowa Democrats Say They Want Generational Change
Fri, December, 7, 2018
After reaching out to all 99 Democratic county chairs in Iowa, The Wall Street Journal's Reid Epstein found a common denominator: they want a young candidate.
Debate Over Border Wall Funding Strains Democratic Party Unity Debate Over Border Wall Funding Strains Democratic Party Unity
Fri, December, 7, 2018
Amid President Trump's calls for $5 billion to fund the border wall, The Wall Street Journal's Kristina Peterson looks at the internal debate between Senate and House Democrats on how to proceed.
Democrats face Trump-state gauntlet to take Senate in 2020 Democrats face Trump-state gauntlet to take Senate in 2020
Fri, November, 30, 2018
Democrats have a battle ahead if they want to take the Senate in 2020. Scott Bland from POLITICO has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 27, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 27, 2018
Tue, November, 27, 2018
Mueller accuses Paul Manafort of lying to FBI, President Trump's foreign policy agenda faces a gauntlet of House Democrats, and it's now easier than ever to give to charity on Giving Tuesday.
2020 Democrats are dramatically changing the way they talk about race 2020 Democrats are dramatically changing the way they talk about race
Mon, November, 26, 2018
Democrats are dramatically changing the way they talk about race. Alex Thompson from POLITICO has the story.
Lindsey Graham's new leadership role tees up split with Democrats Lindsey Graham's new leadership role tees up split with Democrats
Mon, November, 26, 2018
Natalie Andrews from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look at Lindsey Graham's new leadership role and his improved relationship with the President.
How long will gas prices continue to drop? How long will gas prices continue to drop?
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Will the midterm election results effect oil prices? Tom Kloza of the Oil Price Information Service gives us a look.
Swipe Left, Swipe Right: Political Campaigning Invades Dating Apps Swipe Left, Swipe Right: Political Campaigning Invades Dating Apps
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal explains how campaigners are reaching out to dating app users in swing states.
Young voter turnout in midterm elections is often dismal. This year could be different Young voter turnout in midterm elections is often dismal. This year could be different
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Because of hot button issues, young people are expected to have a stronger showing at the polls. Caroline Simon of USA Today has the story.
Key Races in Tuesday's Midterm Elections Key Races in Tuesday's Midterm Elections
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Joshua Jamerson from the Wall Street Journal breaks down races to keep an eye on during today's midterm elections.
Amish outreach: GOP, Trump supporters energize untapped conservative constituency Amish outreach: GOP, Trump supporters energize untapped conservative constituency
Mon, November, 5, 2018
GOP supporters are hoping the Amish could give Republicans a boost during tomorrow's elections. The Washington Times' Dave Boyer gives us a look.
Toss up races dominate battle for the Senate Toss up races dominate battle for the Senate
Mon, November, 5, 2018
Toss up races dominate battle for the Senate. Lisa Hagen from The Hill has the story.