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Global Heat, Fires and Floods: How Much Did Climate Change Fuel a Hellish July? Global Heat, Fires and Floods: How Much Did Climate Change Fuel a Hellish July?
Thu, August, 2, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Doyle Rice tells Jennifer Kushinka how much of the natural disasters in July are due to climate change.
Conservative Division Threatens GOP's Senate Majority Conservative Division Threatens GOP's Senate Majority
Thu, August, 2, 2018
Listen as the National Journal's Josh Kraushaar tells Jennifer how division in the party threatens the Republicans' stronghold of the Senate.
Acting EPA Head Andrew Wheeler is No Scott Pruitt Acting EPA Head Andrew Wheeler is No Scott Pruitt
Thu, August, 2, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Ledyard King tells Jennifer how the new Environmental Protection Agency head Andrew Wheeler is not like his predecessor Scott Pruitt, who resigned due to a series of allegations of misconduct.
For Sale: Survey Data on Millions of High School Students For Sale: Survey Data on Millions of High School Students
Wed, August, 1, 2018
Listen as the New York Times' Natasha Singer tells Jennifer Kushinka how companies are selling survey data on millions of high schoolers to trick them into paying for entry into programs.
Communicator-in-Chief Trump Manages Relations with the Media on His Terms Communicator-in-Chief Trump Manages Relations with the Media on His Terms
Wed, August, 1, 2018
Listen as the Washington Times' Dave Boyer explains how although President Trump has made himself available to journalists more often than his predecessors in his first 18 months, he still does it on his own terms.
What Duluth Can Teach America About Declining Political Civility What Duluth Can Teach America About Declining Political Civility
Wed, August, 1, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib tells Jennifer how more than a decade ago, Duluth's rancorous politics prompted call for more civilized discourse that has endured to today.
Female GOP Candidates Eschew the Gender Card Female GOP Candidates Eschew the Gender Card
Wed, August, 1, 2018
Listen as Real Clear Politics' Caitlin Huey Burns tells Jennifer why some female GOP candidates aren't playing the gender cards in their historic runs.
Check the Back Seat! Alerts Remind Drivers About Children Check the Back Seat! Alerts Remind Drivers About Children
Tue, July, 31, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Ellen Byron tells Jennifer Kushinka how as the hot-car death rate remains stubbornly high, new sensors and other reminders are in the works.
Political Path for Trump, Republicans in Midterms Cuts Through America's Soybean Fields Political Path for Trump, Republicans in Midterms Cuts Through America's Soybean Fields
Tue, July, 31, 2018
Listen as the USA Today's John Fritze tells Jennifer Kushinka how Trump's path to midterm success rolls through soybean country.
Soda, Motorcycle Prices Rise as Tariffs Hit Home for Consumers Soda, Motorcycle Prices Rise as Tariffs Hit Home for Consumers
Tue, July, 31, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Patrick McGroarty tells Jennifer Kushinka how U.S. manufacturers are charging more on motorcycles and soda to cope with rising steel, aluminum costs.
People are Getting Loans to Pay for Their Vacations People are Getting Loans to Pay for Their Vacations
Thu, June, 21, 2018
Listen as MarketWatch's Maria Lamagna tells Jennifer Kushinka how instead of saving up for vacations, people are getting loans for them.
Americans Just Paid Off a Ton of Credit-Card Debt--But Here's the Bad News Americans Just Paid Off a Ton of Credit-Card Debt--But Here's the Bad News
Thu, June, 14, 2018
Are you feeling relieved after paying off your credit-card debt? Maybe you shouldn't. MarketWatch's Maria Lamagna joins Jennifer Kushinka to explain how there is still a downside to Americans paying off their credit-card debt.
The Great Egg Debate: Are They Healthy or Not? The Great Egg Debate: Are They Healthy or Not?
Thu, June, 14, 2018
What came first? The chicken or the egg? What about your health? The Wall Street Journal's Ellen Byron joins Jennifer Kushinka to discuss whether or not eggs are healthy for you.
A New Way to Avoid Summer School for Failing Students A New Way to Avoid Summer School for Failing Students
Tue, June, 12, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Tawnell Hobbs tells Jennifer Kushinka (and struggling students anxious to hit the beach) a new way to avoid summer school.
Companies Help Employees Pay Tuition--But Few Accept the Offer Companies Help Employees Pay Tuition--But Few Accept the Offer
Tue, June, 12, 2018
Free school? No thanks. Listen as Marketwatch and The Wall Street Journal's Jillian Berman joins Jennifer Kushinka to discuss why employees aren't accepting their companies' offer to pay their tuition.
The Latest in Cancer Research The Latest in Cancer Research
Tue, June, 5, 2018
Jennifer Kushinka speaks with Sumanta K. Pal, MD who gives the latest on cancer research.
Pearl Harbor Ceremony Punctuates Obama Effort To Ease Tensions Trump Could Inflame Pearl Harbor Ceremony Punctuates Obama Effort To Ease Tensions Trump Could Inflame
Wed, December, 28, 2016
Washington Post reporter David Nakamura on the significance of Shinzo Abe's visit to Pearl Harbor and whether the positive relationship with Japan will continue with Donald Trump
GOP Senate Campaigns Bet Big On Google GOP Senate Campaigns Bet Big On Google
Wed, December, 28, 2016
Andrea Drusch from National Journal on the success the GOP had using Google ads this past election.
An Oklahoma Newspaper Endorsed Clinton. It Hasn't Been Forgiven. An Oklahoma Newspaper Endorsed Clinton. It Hasn't Been Forgiven.
Wed, December, 28, 2016
Manny Fernandez of the New York Times explains what consequences an Oklahoma newspaper has faced since they endorsed Hillary Clinton.
Sports 2016: Cubs Won, That's Enough Sports 2016: Cubs Won, That's Enough
Wed, December, 28, 2016
WSJ columnist Jason Gay reviews the top sports stories of 2016.
This Morning with Gordon Deal Monday December 28, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal Monday December 28, 2016
Wed, December, 28, 2016
'Star Wars' actress Carrie Fisher dies at 60 after suffering a heart attack,the state of hunger in the U.S. in 2016 and Cubs won, that's enough!
What CEO's Can Learn From President-elect Transition Process What CEO's Can Learn From President-elect Transition Process
Tue, December, 27, 2016
Tech analyst Rob Enderle on what CEO's and corporations could learn from the Presidential transition.
Sen. Schumer & Sen. McCain Used To Have A Lousy Relationship Sen. Schumer & Sen. McCain Used To Have A Lousy Relationship
Tue, December, 27, 2016
Paul Kane of the Washington Post explains why Sen. Chuck Schumer and Sen. John McCain may now be "frenemies".
Everything You Wanted To Know About Holiday Gift Returns Everything You Wanted To Know About Holiday Gift Returns
Tue, December, 27, 2016
Consumer advocate Christopher Elliot gives insight into how to navigate holiday gift returns.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 27, 2015 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 27, 2015
Fri, March, 27, 2015
Germanwings flight co-pilot 'deliberately' crashed plane but questions remain, self driving cars are almost here but only for 1 per-centers and Dean Smith willed $200 to each of his former players.