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As Nashville Rapidly Expands, Residents Worry the Metropolis is Growing Too Fast As Nashville Rapidly Expands, Residents Worry the Metropolis is Growing Too Fast
Tue, June, 19, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Cameron McWhirter joins Gordon to discuss how Nashville residents are worried that Music City is growing too fast.
Americans' Love Affair with Huge Vehicles Collides with Tiny Parking Spaces Americans' Love Affair with Huge Vehicles Collides with Tiny Parking Spaces
Tue, June, 19, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Christina Rogers joins Gordon to discuss why you might want to ignore your desire for a bigger vehicle and settle for a more compact one-- that is if you plan on parking it.
Florida's Senate Candidates Vie for Puerto Rican Vote Florida's Senate Candidates Vie for Puerto Rican Vote
Tue, June, 19, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Arian Campo-Flores joins Gordon to discuss why Florida's Senate candidates think the Puerto Rican vote is key to win the election.
Group Tries to Lower the Volume on the High-Decibel Noise That's Further Dividing a Polarized Nation Group Tries to Lower the Volume on the High-Decibel Noise That's Further Dividing a Polarized Nation
Tue, June, 19, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Ledyard King joins Gordon to discuss how a group in Virginia is trying to hear each other's political views rather than rebuke them like the majority of a polarized America.
Extended Interview: Mindless Tribalism Infecting American Politics Extended Interview: Mindless Tribalism Infecting American Politics
Fri, June, 15, 2018
Listen as The National Journal's Josh Kraushaar joins Gordon in this extended interview to discuss how closed-minded Republicans and Democrats are infecting America's political state.
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.
South Korea Bulks Up Military Might While Preparing for Peace South Korea Bulks Up Military Might While Preparing for Peace
Thu, June, 14, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Jeong joins Gordon to discuss how South Korea is simultaneously building up its military while also preparing for peace.
GOP's Biggest Task in Midterms: Firing Up Party Loyalists GOP's Biggest Task in Midterms: Firing Up Party Loyalists
Mon, June, 11, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Aaron Zitner joins Gordon to discuss why Trump supporters and Republicans aren't always one and the same, and why the Republican party must unite them in these upcoming midterms.
President Trump, Kim Jong Un Brace for High-Stakes Summit in Singapore President Trump, Kim Jong Un Brace for High-Stakes Summit in Singapore
Mon, June, 11, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Jonathan Cheng joins Gordon live from Singapore to discuss President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's summit.
Banned Gun Buyers Beat Background Checks-- And Are Rarely Prosecuted When Caught Banned Gun Buyers Beat Background Checks-- And Are Rarely Prosecuted When Caught
Thu, June, 7, 2018
Listen as The Washington Times' Jeff Mordock explains to Gordon how banned gun buyers routinely beat background checks, and even when they're caught, they're rarely prosecuted.
Injured in Training or Injured in Combat? It Makes a Big Difference in Vets' Access to Care Injured in Training or Injured in Combat? It Makes a Big Difference in Vets' Access to Care
Thu, June, 7, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Ben Kesling tells Gordon how being injured in combat versus being injured in training makes a huge difference in veterans' access to care.
Schools Pay Millions in Sexual Harassment Settlements Schools Pay Millions in Sexual Harassment Settlements
Thu, June, 7, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn joins Gordon to discuss how schools are fleshing out millions of dollars in sexual harassment settlements.
Supreme Court Sides with Baker in Same-Sex Wedding Cake Case Supreme Court Sides with Baker in Same-Sex Wedding Cake Case
Tue, June, 5, 2018
Attorney Byron Henry joins Gordon to discuss the impact of the Supreme Court siding with the baker who refused to sell a same-sex couple a wedding cake.
A Republican Holdout in California is Under Siege-- and Key to U.S. House A Republican Holdout in California is Under Siege-- and Key to U.S. House
Tue, June, 5, 2018
Wall Street Journal's Natalie Andrews joins Gordon to discuss why the siege on a Republican holdout in California is key to the House of Representatives elections.
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.
How Trump's Pressure Influenced the NFL to Change its Anthem Rules How Trump's Pressure Influenced the NFL to Change its Anthem Rules
Tue, June, 5, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Beaton joins Gordon as they discuss how President Trump pressured the NFL to change its rules over players kneeling for the national anthem.
Want that cash from the tax cut? Get ready to master the art of withholding Want that cash from the tax cut? Get ready to master the art of withholding
Mon, January, 15, 2018
Want that cash from the tax cut? Evan Horowitz from the Boston Globe says you'll need to master the art of withholding.
Stuffed Animal Herds Need Culling, Too Stuffed Animal Herds Need Culling, Too
Fri, December, 8, 2017
Don't get buried in a stuffed animal avalanche this holiday season. The Wall Street Journal's Ellen Byron gives you some tips on how to cull the herd.
Decline in Black Mayors Signals Political, Demographic Shift Decline in Black Mayors Signals Political, Demographic Shift
Fri, December, 8, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Laura Meckler gives us some of the reasons why there's a decline in black mayors.
The Music Industry's New Gatekeepers The Music Industry's New Gatekeepers
Sat, November, 25, 2017
Employed by the biggest music streaming services, former journalists and radio programmers, have become the music industry's new gatekeepers know as the playlist professionals. More from the Wall Street Journal's Neil Shah.
Friendsgiving: a holiday for your friends, a goldmine for marketers Friendsgiving: a holiday for your friends, a goldmine for marketers
Wed, November, 22, 2017
Getting together with friends this Thanksgiving? That's called Freindsgiving and marketers are latching on. The Boston Globe's Janelle Nanos says Friendsgiving has real revenue potential.
On Capitol Hill, few name names on sexual harassment On Capitol Hill, few name names on sexual harassment
Wed, November, 22, 2017
Capitol Hill is facing a reckoning over sexual harassment, but hardly anyone wants to name names. We get more form The Hill's Cristina Marcos.
Thanksgiving Shoppers Are Doling Out $200-Plus for a Turkey Thanksgiving Shoppers Are Doling Out $200-Plus for a Turkey
Wed, November, 22, 2017
Specialty Thanksgiving turkeys for $200-$300-plus. If you want one, the Wall Street Journal's Charles Passy tells you where you can find one.
Hurricane Irma, a Potentially Catastrophic Category 5 Hurricane threatens Florida and the Southeast Hurricane Irma, a Potentially Catastrophic Category 5 Hurricane threatens Florida and the Southeast
Thu, September, 7, 2017
The Weather Channel's Jonathan Erdman has the latest on Hurricane Irma's strength and the threat it poses for Florida and the Southeast.