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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.
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.
In Afghan policy debate, Trump struggles with himself. In Afghan policy debate, Trump struggles with himself.
Wed, August, 9, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib talks about Trump's struggles when it comes to Afghanistan.
In a Job Market This Good, Who Needs to Work in the Gig Economy? In a Job Market This Good, Who Needs to Work in the Gig Economy?
Wed, August, 9, 2017
The gig economy is shifting, so how are companies trying to attract and keep contractors? More from the Wall Street Journal's Kelsey Gee.
The latest on the North Korea threat. The latest on the North Korea threat.
Wed, August, 9, 2017
Jonathan Cheng, the Wall Street Journal's Seoul Bureau Chief, joins us to discuss the latest on North Korea.
Is Specialized Fitness Getting Less Special? Is Specialized Fitness Getting Less Special?
Tue, August, 8, 2017
Specialized fitness classes are becoming less special? The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Bachman says yes and why.
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.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 5th, 2017 This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 5th, 2017
Sat, August, 5, 2017
The danger of prediabetes, 5 technologies we need to change the world, and miniature horses to help you de-stress before a flight.
The Rise of Cons. The Rise of Cons.
Mon, March, 28, 2016
Conventions are rising in popularity and becoming a lucrative business. Ellen Gamerman from the Wall Street Journal explains.
Terror attacks in Europe aim to inspire new recruits. Terror attacks in Europe aim to inspire new recruits.
Mon, March, 28, 2016
Stephen Fidler from the Wall Street Journal explains why the latest terror attacks are aimed at inspiring new recruits.
What to Expect if Republican Convention Is Contested. What to Expect if Republican Convention Is Contested.
Tue, March, 15, 2016
What happens if the Republican convention is contended? Reid Epstein from the Wall Street Journal will tell you what you could expect.
In Chicago, Politicians Battle 'Ghost Candidates' In Chicago, Politicians Battle 'Ghost Candidates'
Tue, March, 15, 2016
Political candidates who may not real? The Wall Street Journal's Mark Peters gives us all the unbelievable details.
Putin Says Russian Forces to Begin Syria Withdrawal Putin Says Russian Forces to Begin Syria Withdrawal
Tue, March, 15, 2016
Russian president Vladimir Putin begins withdrawing troops from Syria. Nathan Hodge from the Wall Street Journal joined us from Moscow with the latest.
EXTENDED INTERVIEW - My Detention In A Syrian Jail EXTENDED INTERVIEW - My Detention In A Syrian Jail
Mon, June, 29, 2015
Wall Street Journal reporter Sam Dagher talks about his time in a Syrian prison.
Obama Administration Definition of Hack Allowed Initial Denial Security Documents Were Stolen Obama Administration Definition of Hack Allowed Initial Denial Security Documents Were Stolen
Thu, June, 25, 2015
Devlin Barrett from the Wall Street Journal explains how bureaucratic nonsense allowed the Obama administration's initial denial that security documents were stolen from OPM.
Candidates Accept Lobbyists' Help Despite Tough Talk Candidates Accept Lobbyists' Help Despite Tough Talk
Thu, June, 18, 2015
Candidates may talk tough when it comes to lobbyists' money, but the Wall Street Journal's Byron Tau says their wallets are still open.
Surprise Bills for Many Under Health Law Surprise Bills for Many Under Health Law
Mon, June, 15, 2015
Stephanie Armour from the Wall Street Journal breaks down hidden costs people with health insurance are running into.
Why the GOP House Majority Is Safe in 2016 Why the GOP House Majority Is Safe in 2016
Wed, June, 10, 2015
Experts feel the GOP House majority is safe in 2016. Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Police Set up Safe Havens for Online Transactions Police Set up Safe Havens for Online Transactions
Tue, June, 9, 2015
Police across the country are setting up safe havens for online transactions. The Wall Street Journal's Arian Campo-Flores has the story.
Populism Strains Both Parties; Can They Adapt? Populism Strains Both Parties; Can They Adapt?
Mon, June, 8, 2015
Can the political parties adapt to the latest populist rhetoric? The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib has the story.
Class of 2015 Is Summa Cum Lucky in the Job Market Class of 2015 Is Summa Cum Lucky in the Job Market
Mon, June, 1, 2015
Josh Zumbrun from the Wall Street Journal explains how luck plays into a college grads job outlook.
Britain Votes in Most Unpredictable National Election in Decades Britain Votes in Most Unpredictable National Election in Decades
Thu, May, 7, 2015
The Wall Street Journal's Jenny Gross breaks down why Britain's national election is so unpredictable.
Republicans and Democrats Approach 2016 With Different Priorities Republicans and Democrats Approach 2016 With Different Priorities
Wed, May, 6, 2015
Republicans and Democrats don't agree on much not even what the priorities in Washington should be. The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib has the story.