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Cruz plays the inside game to beat O'Rourke Cruz plays the inside game to beat O'Rourke
Tue, October, 16, 2018
Ted Cruz is playing nice with his fellow Republicans. James Arkin from POLITICO explains why.
What does the Sears bankruptcy mean for other retailers? What does the Sears bankruptcy mean for other retailers?
Tue, October, 16, 2018
Finance Expert Jordan Goodman and Gordon Deal discuss what the Sears bankruptcy could indicate for other retailers.
Extended Interview - Anyone for Diglycerides? Anyone? Food Scientists Are Getting Fed Up With Picky Eaters Extended Interview - Anyone for Diglycerides? Anyone? Food Scientists Are Getting Fed Up With Picky Eaters
Tue, October, 16, 2018
Food scientists say ignorance is making their job harder. Annie Gasparro from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 16, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 16, 2018
Tue, October, 16, 2018
The search for answers in Saudi Arabia, the President visits hurricane ravaged region, and how Sears reshaped America.
Emerging trends in real estate Emerging trends in real estate
Mon, October, 15, 2018
Brooklyn real estate is on an upward trend. Mitch Roschelle from PwC explains why.
Conservative-Dominated Supreme Court Fulfills Nixon-Era Dream Conservative-Dominated Supreme Court Fulfills Nixon-Era Dream
Mon, October, 15, 2018
Conservatives are celebrating something they have been looking forward to since the Nixon presidency. Jess Bravin from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Battle of the Bases Will Set Tone for 2020 Battle of the Bases Will Set Tone for 2020
Mon, October, 15, 2018
Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal and Gordon Deal discuss the battles we can expect in the upcoming 2020 election.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 15, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 15, 2018
Mon, October, 15, 2018
Large swath of Florida Panhandle suffering days after Hurricane Michael, Sears files for chapter 11 bankruptcy, and common myths about cold and flu.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal October 13, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal October 13, 2018
Sat, October, 13, 2018
Political debates shake up the workplace, how we cope with tragedy in the news, and the sneakiest play in football Is the most effective.
Weekend Preview - 7 ways 'A Star Is Born' bucked Hollywood's conventional wisdom - and succeeded anyway Weekend Preview - 7 ways 'A Star Is Born' bucked Hollywood's conventional wisdom - and succeeded anyway
Fri, October, 12, 2018
The Washington Post's Steve Zeitchik says the Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga movie 'A Star Is Born' is succeeding despite having bucked Hollywood's conventional wisdom.
5 things to do right now instead of panicking about stock market volatility 5 things to do right now instead of panicking about stock market volatility
Fri, October, 12, 2018
Maria Lamagna from MarketWatch and This Morning's Jennifer Kushinka discuss things to do right now instead of panicking about stock market volatility.
In These Districts, Friday Is Not a School Day In These Districts, Friday Is Not a School Day
Fri, October, 12, 2018
A four-day school week is getting positive marks from teachers and parents alike. Tawnell Hobbs from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Why this Texas business owner loves the Trump tariffs Why this Texas business owner loves the Trump tariffs
Fri, October, 12, 2018
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance gives us a look at why a Texas business owner loves the Trump tariffs.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 12, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 12, 2018
Fri, October, 12, 2018
A look at the devastation caused by Hurricane Michael, should you worry about stocks taking a dive, and when is Friday not a school day.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 10, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 10, 2018
Wed, October, 10, 2018
Nikki Haley to resign as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, how the Gulf Coast is bracing for Michael, and parents buying signs urging others not to touch their children.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 09, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 09, 2018
Tue, October, 9, 2018
At swearing-In, Trump apologizes to Kavanaugh, limo in N.Y. crash that claimed 20 lives had failed inspection, and Why you might not want to touch the restaurant's pepper shakers.
Unlock your phone with your face or fingerprint? Here's how to shut that off - quickly Unlock your phone with your face or fingerprint? Here's how to shut that off - quickly
Mon, October, 8, 2018
Rob Pegoraro of USA Today tells us why using face recognition or a fingerprint as your phone's security may not always be the best thing.
Behind the scenes with Trump and Trudeau: How they made nice Behind the scenes with Trump and Trudeau: How they made nice
Mon, October, 8, 2018
POLITICO reporter Alexander Panetta says that U.S. and Canadian officials are starting to consider a post-NAFTA agenda.
This is the ridiculous amount you're overpaying for car insurance This is the ridiculous amount you're overpaying for car insurance
Mon, October, 8, 2018
Catey Hill, editor at Moneyish.com, breaks down how much money you could be saving by shopping around for new insurance.
U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest Level Since 1969 U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest Level Since 1969
Mon, October, 8, 2018
Senior Industry Analyst at Bankrate.com, Mark Hamrick, explains what this means for workers and employers.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal October 06, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal October 06, 2018
Sat, October, 6, 2018
Reasons why sexual assaults go unreported, the secrets to uncovering which online reviews are fake, and athletes complaining about there video game rankings.
Hurricane Florence's Force Is Still Felt in North Carolina Weeks Later Hurricane Florence's Force Is Still Felt in North Carolina Weeks Later
Fri, October, 5, 2018
Wall Street Journal reporter Valerie Bauerlein joins us to talk about the aftermath of Hurricane Florence after visiting Snow Hill, North Carolina.
Even when Supreme Court isn't at stake, bad acts in high school can haunt decades later Even when Supreme Court isn't at stake, bad acts in high school can haunt decades later
Fri, October, 5, 2018
Charisse Jones of USA Today says that past mistakes from your youth can cost you when it comes to your career.
Midterms Are a Boon for Stocks-No Matter Who Wins Midterms Are a Boon for Stocks-No Matter Who Wins
Fri, October, 5, 2018
Wall Street Journal reporter Allison Prang explains that as U.S. stocks trade near all-time highs, some investors are betting the nine-year bull market will get its next jolt from an unexpected catalyst.
Kavanaugh fight boosts Republicans in red states Kavanaugh fight boosts Republicans in red states
Fri, October, 5, 2018
Jim Antle of The Washington Examiner tells us that republican enthusiasm for the election has gone up because they believe Brett Kavanaugh was treated unfairly, that the media hasn't covered him impartially, and that the Democrats are delaying the process.