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Democrats Want to Tax the Rich. Here's How Those Plans Would Work (or Not) Democrats Want to Tax the Rich. Here's How Those Plans Would Work (or Not)
Mon, September, 30, 2019
the NYT's Nelson Schwartz sheds light on proposed plans from the Democrats to tax the wealthiest US families and where that taxed money will go. That is, indeed, if the plans work...
The Trump impeachment inquiry enters a new week The Trump impeachment inquiry enters a new week
Mon, September, 30, 2019
Jeff Mordock of the Washington Times pinpoints each move the House is partaking in order to attempt to move forward toward impeachment, but details what is currently preventing Democrats from getting what they desire.
Here's the No. 1 way to blow a job interview Here's the No. 1 way to blow a job interview
Mon, September, 30, 2019
MarketWatch's Catey Hill gives the top reason for failed job interviews, dishes out some tips for interviewing success, and warns against other common interviewing mistakes.
What can we expect this week in the Trump impeachment inquiry? What can we expect this week in the Trump impeachment inquiry?
Mon, September, 30, 2019
Mike Emanuel from Fox News previews what comes next in the impeachment inquiry of President Trump, and why things very well may be slowing down in the coming days.
Trump Isn't In Danger Of Losing The Primary, But All These Challengers Could Still Have An Impact. Trump Isn't In Danger Of Losing The Primary, But All These Challengers Could Still Have An Impact.
Fri, August, 30, 2019
It would be silly to think President Trump will not win the Republican nomination, but Nathaniel Rakich from fivethirtyeight tells us what long term effects could come out of the challenges by the other Republicans vying to knock off the incumbent.
'The guaranteed money is a lot': Kent State's buy games are significant portion of athletics revenue 'The guaranteed money is a lot': Kent State's buy games are significant portion of athletics revenue
Fri, August, 30, 2019
College sports are bigger than ever, and college football is king. With millions of dollars in revenue to be raked in by athletic departments from nationally televised games, USA Today's Chris Bumbaca tells us about smaller schools like Kent State and what they must do to ensure athletics department stability.
Hurricane Dorian Possibly Growing to Category 4 as It Heads Toward Florida Hurricane Dorian Possibly Growing to Category 4 as It Heads Toward Florida
Fri, August, 30, 2019
The Weather Channel's Jonathan Erdman returns live to inform us more about the uncertain but very dangerous potential of Hurricane Dorian, and how its name could live on in infamy when the dust settles next week.
Polling Picture Comes Into Focus: Biden Leads a 3-Way Race at the Top Polling Picture Comes Into Focus: Biden Leads a 3-Way Race at the Top
Fri, August, 30, 2019
Katie Glueck of the NY Times confirms Joe Biden is indeed leading the way in national polling for the Democratic Presidential nomination (slightly ahead of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren), but that state polling is widely varied.
After lashing Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, Dorian heads toward Florida as a 'dangerous hurricane' After lashing Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, Dorian heads toward Florida as a 'dangerous hurricane'
Thu, August, 29, 2019
Jonathan Erdman from The Weather Channel was live with us to forecast expectations for tropical storm Dorian as it makes its way towards Florida and the Southeast US, carrying dangerous potential as it nears landfall over the weekend.
Thai animal traffickers keep getting away with crimes, and authorities ask for U.S. help Thai animal traffickers keep getting away with crimes, and authorities ask for U.S. help
Wed, August, 28, 2019
Animal trafficking is tough to stop in countries like Thailand, who has recruited U.S. authorities to help. Jeff Mordock of the Washington Times tells us about the billion-dollar market, and what we are doing to help combat these cruelties and corruption.
Parents Face a Growing Barrage of Fees as Students Head Back to School Parents Face a Growing Barrage of Fees as Students Head Back to School
Wed, August, 28, 2019
WSJ's Tawnell Hobbs details rising fees and costs for parents as students head back to school, even in public school districts.
Nervous Republicans focus energy on protecting Senate 'firewall' Nervous Republicans focus energy on protecting Senate 'firewall'
Wed, August, 28, 2019
Republicans worried about the 2020 elections know that they must protect the Senate, where they hold the majority. Max Greenwood from The Hill details what actions they should be taking to ensure they keep the Senate.
Investigators Use New Strategy to Combat Opioid Crisis: Data Analytics Investigators Use New Strategy to Combat Opioid Crisis: Data Analytics
Wed, August, 28, 2019
With the opioid crisis ravaging much of America, The WSJ's Byron Tau tells us how the justice department is now using medical databases to keep a close watch on pharmacies and doctors who may be fueling this epidemic.
The Great Seattle Pot Heist The Great Seattle Pot Heist
Tue, August, 27, 2019
Eric Scigliano of POLITICO breaks his investigative story on the numerous burglaries at marijuana dispensaries in the state of Washington, and if the government's public info is aiding the thieves.
Homework Doesn't Have to Be a Constant Battle Homework Doesn't Have to Be a Constant Battle
Tue, August, 27, 2019
School is about to start back up, and with it comes the daily grind of homework. Tired of battling with your child about homework? The WSJ's Clare Ansberry offers her suggestions on the best parental approach to take to ensure success.
Sites like Facebook, Google and Twitter allowed white supremacists to flourish. Now what? Sites like Facebook, Google and Twitter allowed white supremacists to flourish. Now what?
Tue, August, 27, 2019
USA Today's David Heath tells us about the popular types of social media sites used to promote white supremacist ideologies, and details how attempts to curb these ideologies have only recently gained more attention--and with limited success.
Biden struggles to hit it off with millennials Biden struggles to hit it off with millennials
Tue, August, 27, 2019
The Hill's Amie Parnes warns that Joe Biden needs to focus more on younger voters, a demographic that hugely helped elect Barack Obama when Biden was his Vice President.
Trump Gambles That China Trade War Will Pay Off in 2020 Trump Gambles That China Trade War Will Pay Off in 2020
Tue, August, 27, 2019
Josh Zumbrun of the WSJ lays out the potential consequences--or even benefits--for Trump's 2020 campaign in regards to waging the trade war with China.
The Case Against Paper Straws The Case Against Paper Straws
Mon, August, 26, 2019
Paper straws are a great alternative to pollutive plastic straws, right? Maybe not that much. The Atlantic's Annie Lowrey makes her case for other alternatives.
Price of Good Economy: More Time Stuck in Traffic Price of Good Economy: More Time Stuck in Traffic
Mon, August, 26, 2019
Hate traffic? At least you know the economy is doing well when it's taking forever to get to/from work. David Harrison from the WSJ rolls out some economics regarding added traffic, and tells us why smaller cities are the places experiencing the biggest traffic booms.
Legal Constraints Hobble FBI's Fight Against Domestic Terror Legal Constraints Hobble FBI's Fight Against Domestic Terror
Mon, August, 26, 2019
Trying to limit domestic terror and mass shootings should be simple, but it's not. Byron Tau of the WSJ lays out why the US Constitution is restraining the FBI's ability to reduce mass violence, and possibilities for working around it.
Pelosi Corrals Combative Caucus, Intent on Keeping a House Majority Pelosi Corrals Combative Caucus, Intent on Keeping a House Majority
Mon, August, 26, 2019
WSJ's Natalie Andrews compares Nancy Pelosi's current term as House Speaker versus her first time there a decade ago, analyzing what she is doing differently this time around and detailing her goals for the future.
'Devastated': Mix-ups at fertility center breed litigation for emotional distress 'Devastated': Mix-ups at fertility center breed litigation for emotional distress
Fri, August, 9, 2019
Alex Swoyer of the Washington Times breaks the stunning story of fertility center mix-ups, producing childbirths to the wrong parents, along with an overwhelming amount of frustration, heartache, and litigation.
Boomers and Generation X see this as the No. 1 financial mistake but millennials don't Boomers and Generation X see this as the No. 1 financial mistake but millennials don't
Fri, August, 9, 2019
As if Boomers & Gen X and Millennials don't disagree on enough already, the action of planning for retirement produces another contrast between the generations' mindsets. MarketWatch's Catey Hill fills us in.
A Look at Leading Gun Proposals and Their Potential to Curb Mass Shootings A Look at Leading Gun Proposals and Their Potential to Curb Mass Shootings
Fri, August, 9, 2019
It goes without saying that efforts need to be made to prevent future mass shootings. What exactly is being done? And are these new gun proposals and measures effective enough to yield their intended results? Andy Duehren of the WSJ gives us more info.