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Big Business: Remember the Trump Tax Cuts When You Vote Big Business: Remember the Trump Tax Cuts When You Vote
Mon, May, 14, 2018
Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance says that if you're not sure what you think of the Trump tax cuts, it's time to make up your mind.
The 15 People Who Keep Wikipedia's Editors From Killing Each Other The 15 People Who Keep Wikipedia's Editors From Killing Each Other
Mon, May, 14, 2018
Corinne Ramey from The Wall Street Journal tells us about a panel called the Arbitration Committee that handles the disputes of Wikipedia editors
Singapore: a neutral nation for summit with President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un Singapore: a neutral nation for summit with President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un
Mon, May, 14, 2018
Jim Michaels from USA Today joins us to discuss why Singapore was agreed upon for President Trump and Kim Jong Un's historic summit
Lower Tax Bills Fueling Best Earnings Quarter Since 2011 Lower Tax Bills Fueling Best Earnings Quarter Since 2011
Fri, May, 4, 2018
Wall Street Journal reporter Theo Francis explains how more than half of the total profit growth in the first quarter stemmed from a decline in tax rates.
3 Economic Ideas Democrats Can Run On 3 Economic Ideas Democrats Can Run On
Fri, May, 4, 2018
Yahoo Finance columnist Rick Newman examines economic ideas for Democrats including immigration, infrastructure spending, and healthcare reform.
Democrats bullish on winning the House but not sold on Pelosi as speaker Democrats bullish on winning the House but not sold on Pelosi as speaker
Fri, May, 4, 2018
Paul Kane from The Wall Street Journal explores why Democratic contenders aren't willing to say they support returning Nancy Pelosi to power.
How Fake Mark Zuckerbergs Scam Facebook Users Out of Their Cash How Fake Mark Zuckerbergs Scam Facebook Users Out of Their Cash
Mon, April, 30, 2018
Jack Nicas from The New York Times warns us about the fake Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg Facebook accounts scamming people out of thousands.
What's Next After North Korea and South Korea Summit: It's Trump's turn to meet Kim Jong Un What's Next After North Korea and South Korea Summit: It's Trump's turn to meet Kim Jong Un
Mon, April, 30, 2018
Jim Michaels from USA Today discusses how Kim Jong Un's commitment to denuclearization is a first step that might set favorable conditions for negotiations with Trump.
The Single-Family House: An American Icon Faces An Uncertain Future The Single-Family House: An American Icon Faces An Uncertain Future
Mon, April, 30, 2018
Rick Hampson from USA Today details how demographic, political and meteorological changes are calling the future of the single-family house into question.
Welcome to the New Convenience Store Welcome to the New Convenience Store
Mon, April, 30, 2018
Jane Black from The Wall Street Journal takes a look at new upstarts across the country that are open long hours like convenience stores and that use the same small spaces, but offer a lot more and better items.
Trump's Big Mistake on Trade Trump's Big Mistake on Trade
Fri, April, 6, 2018
Yahoo's Rick Newman takes a look at our trading relationship with China
As Trump Bashes Amazon, the Government Increasingly Relies on It As Trump Bashes Amazon, the Government Increasingly Relies on It
Fri, April, 6, 2018
Ted Mann from The Wall Street Journal details what Amazon is doing for the federal government.
What a Trade Fight Would Mean for Trump Country What a Trade Fight Would Mean for Trump Country
Fri, April, 6, 2018
David M. Drucker of the Washington Examiner joins us to discuss how a trade fight with China could impact Trump country, including its agriculture and manufacturing.
March Madness Is Here, and Warren Buffett Knows I'm An Idiot March Madness Is Here, and Warren Buffett Knows I'm An Idiot
Thu, March, 15, 2018
Jason Gay from The Wall Street Journal takes a look at what we can expect from this year's March Madness.
Designing a School to Stop Shooters Designing a School to Stop Shooters
Thu, March, 15, 2018
Tawnell Hobbs from The Wall Street Journal details the steps a school in Dallas has taken to stop potential school shooters.
What went wrong on the United Flight? What went wrong on the United Flight?
Thu, March, 15, 2018
Ben Mutzabaugh from USA Today discusses the recent death of a French bulldog on a United Airlines flight.
Democrats' Path to a November Majority Has Hurdles Democrats' Path to a November Majority Has Hurdles
Thu, March, 15, 2018
While things seem to be looking up for Democrats right now, Jerry Seib from The Wall Street Journal tells us why there may be some warning signs on the horizon.
Secret Cash Isn't an NCAA Scandal. Amateurism Is. Secret Cash Isn't an NCAA Scandal. Amateurism Is.
Wed, February, 28, 2018
Jason Gay from the Wall Street Journal explains why the NCAA wiretaps aren't really a scandal.
How Republicans Can Win the Midterms How Republicans Can Win the Midterms
Wed, February, 28, 2018
Charlie Mahtesian from POLITICO tells us how Republicans can hang onto their 24-seat majority.
Washington Society and Team Trump. A Year In, the Fear and Loathing is Mutual Washington Society and Team Trump. A Year In, the Fear and Loathing is Mutual
Wed, February, 28, 2018
Roxanne Roberts from the Washington Post details how President Trump has upended all the traditional rules of socializing in the nation's capital.
Is Sticking By the NRA a Branding Problem? Ask FedEx, Apple and Amazon Is Sticking By the NRA a Branding Problem? Ask FedEx, Apple and Amazon
Wed, February, 28, 2018
Elizabeth Weise from USA Today discusses why so many companies are ending business relationships with the NRA.
The Big Loophole That Helped Russia Exploit Facebook: Doctored Photos The Big Loophole That Helped Russia Exploit Facebook: Doctored Photos
Tue, February, 27, 2018
Georgia Wells from The Wall Street Journal explores the techniques of using doctored photos to spread fabricated information.
Supreme Court to Hear Microsoft Case on Emails, Customer Data Stored Overseas Supreme Court to Hear Microsoft Case on Emails, Customer Data Stored Overseas
Tue, February, 27, 2018
Brent Kendall from The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the debate of whether emails and other customer data stored overseas should be subject to US search warrants.
As Primaries Approach, Democratic Divisions Deepen As Primaries Approach, Democratic Divisions Deepen
Tue, February, 27, 2018
Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal explains how Democrats may be a threat to themselves.
What We Were Searching For During the Super Bowl What We Were Searching For During the Super Bowl
Mon, February, 5, 2018
Tara Walpert Levy, Vice President at YouTube, tells us the top searches before, during, and after the game.