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It's 5 O'clock Somewhere- unless you've been Acquired by Walmart It's 5 O'clock Somewhere- unless you've been Acquired by Walmart
Tue, June, 27, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Nassauer discusses Walmart's acquisition of an E commerce start-up and the decision to roll back the 5 O'clock happy hour for its employees.
The Supreme Court sends a message to the lower courts on Trump's travel ban The Supreme Court sends a message to the lower courts on Trump's travel ban
Tue, June, 27, 2017
Attorney Byron Henry says the Supreme Court's timing to listen to and uphold parts of the Trump Administration's travel ban was "by design." He joins us with more.
What does the CBO score on the Senate healthcare bill mean? What does the CBO score on the Senate healthcare bill mean?
Tue, June, 27, 2017
Healthcare Industry Expert for Ameriflex Roger Abrahamson provides analysis on the CBO score issued for the Senate's proposed healthcare bill.
Supreme Court reinstates Trump's travel ban, but only for some immigrants Supreme Court reinstates Trump's travel ban, but only for some immigrants
Tue, June, 27, 2017
USA Today's Richard Wolf joins use with the latest on the Supreme Court's travel ban ruling.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 27, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 27, 2017
Tue, June, 27, 2017
Senate Health Bill raises uninsured by 22 Million in 2026 compared with ACA, the CBO Says, the Supreme Court reinstates Trump's travel ban, but only for some immigrants, and a Canadian becomes the first woman officer to lead the Changing of the Guard.
Living with Psoriatic Disease Living with Psoriatic Disease
Mon, June, 26, 2017
Olympic goal medal swimmer Dara Torres discusses her life as one of 7.5 million Americans living with psoriasis and her work with the "Show More of You" campaign.
How T.J. Maxx Is Bucking the Crisis in Retailing How T.J. Maxx Is Bucking the Crisis in Retailing
Mon, June, 26, 2017
While retail stores continue to struggle against online shopping giants, TJ Maxx has drawn increased in-store sales, thanks in part to an age-old industry strategy. Suzanne Kapner of The Wall Street Journal joins us to explain.
Let's Put Bad Sports Parents in a Box Let's Put Bad Sports Parents in a Box
Mon, June, 26, 2017
Jason Gay of The Wall Street Journal shares his unique solution to the epidemic of bad parents at youth sporting events.
For Trump, Signs of a Softening Base of Supporters For Trump, Signs of a Softening Base of Supporters
Mon, June, 26, 2017
Five months into his administration, President Trump is growing less favorable among some of his supporters. Janet Hook of the Wall Street Journal details the reasons why.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 26, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 26, 2017
Mon, June, 26, 2017
GOP senators lay out demands on healthcare bill, dozens missing after tourist boat sinks in Colombia, and how T.J. Maxx is bucking the crisis in retailing.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 23, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 23, 2017
Fri, June, 23, 2017
GOP touts new health care bill, Trump admits he doesn't have tapes of James Comey and how to rise above your awful commute.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 22, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 22, 2017
Thu, June, 22, 2017
President Trump back in campaign mode in Iowa, police officer stabbed at Bishop International Airport in Flint, Mich, and two boys raise money for their little brother diagnosed with cancer.
Americans' saving habits improve, slightly Americans' saving habits improve, slightly
Wed, June, 21, 2017
Americans' are getting better at saving. Greg McBride from Bankrate has more.
Taking aim at the opioid crisis Taking aim at the opioid crisis
Wed, June, 21, 2017
Gordon Deal chats with Dr. Keri Donaldson from Prescient Medicine about the opioid crisis.
How a Dispute Over Costs Threatens Plan to Track Foreigners How a Dispute Over Costs Threatens Plan to Track Foreigners
Wed, June, 21, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Laura Meckler has a look at a new program to track foreigners.
Ryan Talks Up Likelihood of Tax Overhaul Ryan Talks Up Likelihood of Tax Overhaul
Wed, June, 21, 2017
Richard Rubin from the Wall Street Journal breaks down the likelihood of a tax overhaul.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 21, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 21, 2017
Wed, June, 21, 2017
GOP holds off Democrats in Georgia, Airports try a new way to track foreigners, and Americans' saving habits improve, slightly.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 20, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 20, 2017
Tue, June, 20, 2017
American detainee released by North Korea has died, split Senate GOP plans health-care vote, and is it time to jump into bitcoin.
Amazon World Takeover? Retailer Buys Whole Foods, What Will They Do With It? Amazon World Takeover? Retailer Buys Whole Foods, What Will They Do With It?
Mon, June, 19, 2017
Branding and Marketing Expert Dave Sutton has a look at what Amazon might do with Whole Foods.
Rural America is Stranded in the Dial-Up Age Rural America is Stranded in the Dial-Up Age
Mon, June, 19, 2017
Rural America is having trouble joining the modern economy. The Wall Street Journal's Jennifer Levitz has the story.
What May Be in the Senate's Health Bill What May Be in the Senate's Health Bill
Mon, June, 19, 2017
What may be in the Senate's health bill? Stephanie Armour from the Wall Street Journal has a look.
Mueller faces 'unique hurdles' if he wants to press obstruction case against Trump Mueller faces 'unique hurdles' if he wants to press obstruction case against Trump
Mon, June, 19, 2017
Andrea Noble from the Washington Times explains why Robert Mueller faces 'unique hurdles' if he seeks charges against Trump.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 19, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 19, 2017
Mon, June, 19, 2017
Another car attack in London, President Trump's lawyer denies he Is under investigation, and tourists flock to Death Valley as temperatures swell into triple digits.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal June 17, 2017 This Weekend with Gordon Deal June 17, 2017
Sat, June, 17, 2017
The drug crisis is devastating all groups of Americans, how to protect yourself from skin cancer, and what's dad worth this year.
Labor shortages? Blame corporate America Labor shortages? Blame corporate America
Fri, June, 16, 2017
Who is to blame for the labor shortage that has cropped up in recent years? Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has a look.