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This Morning with Gordon Deal July 21, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 21, 2017
Fri, July, 21, 2017
Trump's legal team faces a shake up, O.J. Simpson to be paroled in October, and boy accidentally discovers million-year-old Ice Age fossil.
People Don't Exercise Much More Even If You Pay Them to Go to the Gym People Don't Exercise Much More Even If You Pay Them to Go to the Gym
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Would you exercise more if you were paid to go to the gym? The Wall Street Journal's Ben Leubsdorf spoke with This Morning's Gordon Deal.
Why Obamacare Passed but the GOP Health Bill Failed Why Obamacare Passed but the GOP Health Bill Failed
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Lack of bipartisanship support and unpopularity among many Americans are some of the notable similarities between Obamacare and the current GOP health bill proposal. The Wall Street Journal's Naftali Bendavid discusses why Obamacare passed as the GOP health bill failed.
50 Years after Riots, Detroit Continues to Shrink as Downtown Grows 50 Years after Riots, Detroit Continues to Shrink as Downtown Grows
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Downtown Detroit, in spite of a documented history of riots and filings of bankruptcy, is making a resurgence among millennials, as the rest of the inner city continues to shrink. Wall Street Journal Politics and Data reporter Dante Chinni has more.
Health care collapse a blow to McConnell Health care collapse a blow to McConnell
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Politico's John Bresnahan joins us to break down how the latest health care bill collapse impacts Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the rest of the GOP agenda moving forward.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 20, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 20, 2017
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Arizona Senator John McCain diagnosed with brain cancer, Trump tells GOP Senators to unite over the health bill, and why dogs are friendly.
Red Cross Facing Critical Blood Facing Critical Blood Shortage Issues Emergency Appeal for Donors Red Cross Facing Critical Blood Facing Critical Blood Shortage Issues Emergency Appeal for Donors
Wed, July, 19, 2017
The Red Cross is facing a critical blood shortage. Cliff Numark from American Red Cross explains.
As workouts intensify, a harmful side effect grows more common As workouts intensify, a harmful side effect grows more common
Wed, July, 19, 2017
Anahad O'Connor from the New York Times explains the harmful side effect or more intense workouts.
Russia election meddling controversy swinging past voters in swing states Russia election meddling controversy swinging past voters in swing states
Wed, July, 19, 2017
Do swing voters care about Russia? Dan Boylan from the Washington Times has a look.
While Health Care Divides the Party, Republicans Hope Tax Cuts Will Unite While Health Care Divides the Party, Republicans Hope Tax Cuts Will Unite
Wed, July, 19, 2017
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal explains why the GOP hopes tax reform can unite the party.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 19, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 19, 2017
Wed, July, 19, 2017
Will the GOP have a better handle on tax reform, Trump and Putin met for second time at G-20, and fast ways to cut your home energy bills.
As companies relocate to big cities, suburban towns are left scrambling As companies relocate to big cities, suburban towns are left scrambling
Tue, July, 18, 2017
Jonathan O'Connell from the Washington Post has a look at the problems that come with relocating businesses.
Bugs, the New Frontier in Housecleaning Bugs, the New Frontier in Housecleaning
Tue, July, 18, 2017
Housecleaning companies are taking aim at household pests. Ellen Byron from the Wall Street Journal explains.
The big tax questions facing the Big Six The big tax questions facing the Big Six
Tue, July, 18, 2017
The Washington Examiner's Joseph Lawler has a look at big tax questions facing the Big Six.
America's Lust for Bacon Is Pushing Pork Belly Prices to Records America's Lust for Bacon Is Pushing Pork Belly Prices to Records
Tue, July, 18, 2017
Bacon madness is pushing up the price of Pork Belly's. Benjamin Parkin from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 18, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 18, 2017
Tue, July, 18, 2017
Mitch McConnell abandons latest health-care bill, questions remain surrounding fatal Minnesota police shooting, and problems that can knock your retirement plans off track.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2017
Mon, July, 17, 2017
GOP push to pass health-care law faces new setback, Donald Trump sustains support in counties that backed him, and baseball tackles how to build team chemistry.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 14, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 14, 2017
Fri, July, 14, 2017
New Senate Health Bill aims to Bridge GOP Gaps, but Resistance Remains, Trump Defends His Son and Plays down Differences with French Leader, and five work from home jobs that can pay over $100,000.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 13, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 13, 2017
Thu, July, 13, 2017
FBI nominee Christopher Wray promises to remain independent, President Trump travel's to Paris to meet with Macron, and young brothers apologize for prank calling police 25 times.
Why Europe has a greater terror problem than the United States Why Europe has a greater terror problem than the United States
Wed, July, 12, 2017
USA Today's Kim Hjelmgaard breaks down why Europe has a greater terror problem than the United States.
Jobless Rates for Hispanic and Black Workers Fall to Historic Lows Jobless Rates for Hispanic and Black Workers Fall to Historic Lows
Wed, July, 12, 2017
Jobless rates for minorities have fallen to historic lows. Eric Morath from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Congress Still Grappling With Cybersecurity Concerns Congress Still Grappling With Cybersecurity Concerns
Wed, July, 12, 2017
Stephanie Akin from Roll Call has a look at Congresses problem with cyber security.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 12, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 12, 2017
Wed, July, 12, 2017
Trump Jr. says he was looking for dirt on Clinton, can we ever get a bipartisan conclusions to election-meddling, and woman picks up $405 restaurant tab for group of firefighters.
Obamacare wounds doctor-owned hospitals Obamacare wounds doctor-owned hospitals
Tue, July, 11, 2017
Kimberly Leonard from the Washington Examiner has a look at how Obamacare is hurting doctor-owned hospitals.
GOP Tax Overhaul's Fate Rests on 'Big Six' Talks GOP Tax Overhaul's Fate Rests on 'Big Six' Talks
Tue, July, 11, 2017
Who are the "big six" in charge of tax overhaul? Richard Rubin from the Wall Street Journal has the story.