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This Morning with Gordon Deal June 16, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 16, 2017
Fri, June, 16, 2017
Will the unity last after the shooting at a congressional baseball practice, Donald Trump aims to narrow Obama's Cuba directives, and a touching Father's Day gift.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 08, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 08, 2017
Thu, June, 8, 2017
Former FBI James Comey to testify to Congress, Republican Jim Banks on the debt ceiling, and the highest-paid athletes in the world.
In oversight chair, Gowdy would inherit politically fraught probes of White House In oversight chair, Gowdy would inherit politically fraught probes of White House
Tue, May, 30, 2017
With current Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz set to depart early from Congress, The Wall Street Journal's Byron Tau joins us with a look at South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy's emergence as the favorite for the position.
Congress Can Boost Stature or Squander Opportunity Congress Can Boost Stature or Squander Opportunity
Fri, May, 12, 2017
Congress needs to act fast or risk squandering another opportunity. Roll Call's David Hawkings explains.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 01, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 01, 2017
Mon, May, 1, 2017
Congress negotiators set spending plan to avert shutdown, experts have concerns over GOP's "skinny" health plans, and signs you have a toxic boss.
Here are 5 reasons Trump and Congress are struggling with tax reform Here are 5 reasons Trump and Congress are struggling with tax reform
Mon, April, 24, 2017
Herb Jackson from the Bergen Record explains why Trump and Congress are struggling with tax reform.
Furor over Russia's Hacking puts Congressional Republicans on Hot Seat Furor over Russia's Hacking puts Congressional Republicans on Hot Seat
Wed, March, 8, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib has the story on Congressional Republicans facing mounting pressure to support an independent investigation into Russia's hacking.
Analysis of President Trump's Speech to Congress Analysis of President Trump's Speech to Congress
Wed, March, 1, 2017
Paul Singer from USA Today gives us analysis of President Trump's speech.
Trump comes before Congress; a body he has largely bypassed Trump comes before Congress; a body he has largely bypassed
Wed, March, 1, 2017
Will Trump's more presidential tone help him make friends in Congress? Erin Kelly from USA Today has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 01, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 01, 2017
Wed, March, 1, 2017
Analysis of President Trump's speech to Congress, a legal look at the new travel ban and signs it's time to hunt for a new credit card.
President Trump Becomes Schmoozer-in-Chief President Trump Becomes Schmoozer-in-Chief
Fri, January, 27, 2017
Jordan Fabian from The Hill explains how the new Commander-in-Chief's attempts to court GOP lawmakers has earned him a new title: "Schmoozer-in-Chief."
Welcome to the 115th Congress Welcome to the 115th Congress
Wed, January, 4, 2017
Ben Geman from National Journal has a look at what lies ahead for the 115th Congress.
To Win the House, Democrats Need to Change Their Message To Win the House, Democrats Need to Change Their Message
Tue, October, 25, 2016
Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal breaks down what Democrats need to change in order to win the house.
What Congress will fight about next What Congress will fight about next
Tue, September, 6, 2016
Ben Geman from National Journal has a look at the next fight we will see in Congress.
Court Vacancy Marks Final Clash for Reid, McConnell Court Vacancy Marks Final Clash for Reid, McConnell
Tue, March, 8, 2016
The SCOTUS vacancy marks the latest and last battle between Mitch McConnell and Harry Reid. James Arkin from RealClearPolitics explains.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal January 02, 2016 This Weekend with Gordon Deal January 02, 2016
Thu, December, 31, 2015
Islamic State's authentic-looking fake passports pose a threat, why Congress gets nothing done, and the tech that will change your life in 2016.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 30, 2015 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 30, 2015
Wed, December, 30, 2015
Flooding intensifies as massive storm rolls across U.S., how 2015 became the year of compromise in Congress, and a luxury hotel in Cape Town goes to the dogs.
Congress Faces Raft of Issues in Spending Deadline to Avoid Shutdown Congress Faces Raft of Issues in Spending Deadline to Avoid Shutdown
Tue, December, 1, 2015
Paul Singer from USA Today discusses the challenges that lie ahead as Congress tries to prevent a government shutdown before the end of 2015.
Paul Ryan Enjoys Early Wins as Speaker, With More Tests to Come Paul Ryan Enjoys Early Wins as Speaker, With More Tests to Come
Tue, November, 24, 2015
Paul Ryan has had some early success as House Speaker. Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal explains why.
House's Muslim Members Brace for Charged Terror Debate House's Muslim Members Brace for Charged Terror Debate
Thu, November, 19, 2015
What are the House's two Muslim members saying about the Paris attacks and Syrian refugee crisis? Lindsey McPherson from Roll Call has the story.
Debt Ceiling 101 Debt Ceiling 101
Tue, October, 27, 2015
Finance expert Jordan Goodman explains why the debt ceiling continues to grow.
How to End Partisan Gridlock How to End Partisan Gridlock
Tue, October, 13, 2015
Rep. Kurt Schrader offers solutions to the current partisan gridlock plaguing Congress.
Congress Returns to Yet Another Spending Crisis Congress Returns to Yet Another Spending Crisis
Wed, September, 9, 2015
Congress has another spending crises headed its way. Paul Singer from USA Today has the story.
Congress Takes Off, Setting up an Autumn Showdown Congress Takes Off, Setting up an Autumn Showdown
Mon, August, 3, 2015
The summer break is setting up a fall showdown in Congress. Paul Kane from the Washington Post explains.
Year-End Budget Fight Is Taking Shape Year-End Budget Fight Is Taking Shape
Thu, July, 16, 2015
Kristina Peterson of the Wall Street Journal gives insight into the upcoming budget battle that will happen in Congress.