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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.
When Is It OK to Play Hooky With Your Children? When Is It OK to Play Hooky With Your Children?
Tue, September, 5, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Sue Shellenbarger focuses on the issues around pulling children out of school for family time.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 12th, 2017 This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 12th, 2017
Sat, August, 12, 2017
The silent career killer in the tech industry, how to become an expert in networking, and the British pubs banning curse words.
Millennials Unearth an Amazing Hack to Get Free TV: the Antenna Millennials Unearth an Amazing Hack to Get Free TV: the Antenna
Mon, August, 7, 2017
Millennials unearth an amazing hack to get free TV. Ryan Knutson from the Wall Street Journal shares how the antenna is new to some.
When United Bumped This Flier, He Fought Back When United Bumped This Flier, He Fought Back
Fri, November, 11, 2016
WSJ's Scott McCartney relays the story of a man that fought back after an airline bumped him repeatedly.
Donald Trump and GOP Lawmakers Turn to Health-Law Overhaul Donald Trump and GOP Lawmakers Turn to Health-Law Overhaul
Fri, November, 11, 2016
WSJ's Stephanie Armour talks about Donald Trump's plan for ACA overhaul.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 21, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 21, 2016
Fri, October, 21, 2016
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Trade Barbs at Charity Event, Philippine President Duterte announces separation from U.S. and Georgia Democrats hope state's shift to purple comes quickly.
The Pill Makers Next Door: How America's Opioid Crisis Is Spreading The Pill Makers Next Door: How America's Opioid Crisis Is Spreading
Mon, October, 10, 2016
WSJ's Jon Kamp discusses the mass spread of illegal opioid creation and distribution.
The Ultimate Battle Against MRSA The Ultimate Battle Against MRSA
Mon, September, 19, 2016
WSJ's Laura Landro joins the show to talk about the new steps that hospitals are taking to fight the spread of MRSA.
In Places With Fraying Social Fabric, a Political Backlash Rises In Places With Fraying Social Fabric, a Political Backlash Rises
Mon, September, 19, 2016
Wall Street Journal reporter Bob Davis discusses the political backlash that is occurring around the nation.
Food Price Deflation Cheers Consumers, Hurts Farmers, Grocers and Restaurants Food Price Deflation Cheers Consumers, Hurts Farmers, Grocers and Restaurants
Wed, August, 31, 2016
WSJ reporter Heather Haddon joins the show to talk about the effect that lower food prices are having on your local market.
5 things Tim Tebow can teach you about switching careers 5 things Tim Tebow can teach you about switching careers
Wed, August, 31, 2016
Reporter for WSJ's Marketwatch, Catey Hill discusses what we can learn from Tim Tebow when you change careers.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 31, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 31, 2016
Wed, August, 31, 2016
Donald Trump plans trip to Mexico to meet President Enrique Peña Nieto, Chris Brown arrested, to be charged with assault with a deadly weapon and food price deflation cheers consumers, hurts farmers, grocers and restaurants.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 13, 2016 This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 13, 2016
Sat, August, 13, 2016
How to keep social media friends but ignore their politics, getting an education while competing in the Olympics and when it is best to "earn and burn" instead of save.
Is Your Deodorant Working? Is Your Deodorant Working?
Thu, July, 28, 2016
WSJ senior style reporter, Elizabeth Holmes talks with us about the changes in the deodorant world.
Trump Campaign Revives Debate: Is the Unemployment Rate 'Artificial'? Trump Campaign Revives Debate: Is the Unemployment Rate 'Artificial'?
Wed, July, 27, 2016
The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun analyzes what the unemployment rate actually means.
If you can't follow directions, you end up on Null Island If you can't follow directions, you end up on Null Island
Tue, July, 26, 2016
The Wall Street Journal's Lee Hotz explains how and why people are getting directions from their GPS to an island that does not exist.