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What's in the massive Omnibus bill just passed by Congress? What's in the massive Omnibus bill just passed by Congress?
Fri, March, 23, 2018
Congress passed a massive spending bill. We get a look at whats in the bill from Roll Call's Lindsey McPherson.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 23, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 23, 2018
Fri, March, 23, 2018
Congress passes spending bill, protests erupt in Sacramento over police shooting, and how to quit Facebook.
Can the 'Supercommittee II' fix Congress' dysfunction? Can the 'Supercommittee II' fix Congress' dysfunction?
Tue, February, 13, 2018
Susan Ferrechio from Washington Examiner has a look at the latest "supercommittee" trying to fix Congress.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 13, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 13, 2018
Tue, February, 13, 2018
President Trump's budget proposal projects big jump in deficits, can a new "supercommittee" help Congress, and how to get the best severance package.
What's in the whopping budget deal Congress passed on Friday? What's in the whopping budget deal Congress passed on Friday?
Mon, February, 12, 2018
Eliza Collins from USA Today breaks down what is in the latest budget deal.
GOP Slackers Endanger House Majority GOP Slackers Endanger House Majority
Mon, February, 12, 2018
Josh Kraushaar from National Journal has a look at what could cause the GOP to lose the House majority.
Battle Over Nunes Memo Tests Congress' Ability to Oversee FBI Battle Over Nunes Memo Tests Congress' Ability to Oversee FBI
Mon, February, 5, 2018
Dan Boylan from The Washington Times details the role of the House Intelligence Committee in oversight of the country's intelligence community.
As Trump delivers State of the Union, Congress struggles to do its job As Trump delivers State of the Union, Congress struggles to do its job
Wed, January, 31, 2018
Why is Congress still struggling to do its job? Erica Werner from the Washington Post gives us a look.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 23, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 23, 2018
Tue, January, 23, 2018
Congress passes temporary spending bill to end shutdown, flu season continues to worsen, and Minnesota embraces its terrible weather.
What can be done to fix the broken budgeting process? What can be done to fix the broken budgeting process?
Mon, January, 22, 2018
GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak breaks down why the budgeting process in Washington is broken.
Tax Overhaul Leaves Little Time for Adapting to the Changes Tax Overhaul Leaves Little Time for Adapting to the Changes
Fri, December, 22, 2017
With a massive new tax bill now in place, Kate Davidson from The Wall Street Journal looks at why the IRS and business owners, among many others, are scrambling to adjust to its changes.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 22, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 22, 2017
Fri, December, 22, 2017
Congress avoids a government shutdown for Christmas, what Star Wars can teach Hollywood about box office success, and the boy whose selfless letter to Santa may make you cry.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 20, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 20, 2017
Wed, December, 20, 2017
Congress stands on the brink of a historic tax overhaul, focus turns to the engineer in the deadly Amtrak derailment and how car makers are cajoling customers into caring about recalled airbags.
Doug Jones must balance his party and his state Doug Jones must balance his party and his state
Mon, December, 18, 2017
Following the election of the first Democrat from the State of Alabama in over 25 years, National Journal Congressional Correspondent Adam Wollner has a look at the expectations facing newly elected Senator Doug Jones.
Key Issues to Resolve in Congress's Tax Bill Key Issues to Resolve in Congress's Tax Bill
Wed, December, 6, 2017
Richard Rubin from the Wall Street Journal breaks down some key Issues to resolve in Congress's tax bill.
Congress Prepares for Year-End Legislative Sprint Congress Prepares for Year-End Legislative Sprint
Tue, November, 28, 2017
Lawmakers are hoping for some year-end victories. Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
How your taxes could change next year How your taxes could change next year
Fri, November, 17, 2017
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has a look at how your taxes might be changing?
Congress' Massacre Caucus Congress' Massacre Caucus
Wed, November, 15, 2017
Griffin Connolly from Roll Call looks at how members of Congress respond to a mass shooting that occurs in their district.
How Congress plays by different rules on sexual harassment and misconduct How Congress plays by different rules on sexual harassment and misconduct
Mon, October, 30, 2017
Michelle Lee from the Washington Post breaks down how Congress plays by different rules on sexual harassment.
House Approves Republican Budget Plan, Paving Way for Tax Overhaul House Approves Republican Budget Plan, Paving Way for Tax Overhaul
Fri, October, 27, 2017
Now that the House has approved a Republican budget blueprint, Herb Jackson of The Bergen (N.J.) Record projects the next steps for GOP members looking to pass sweeping tax reform.
Hopes Dim for Russia Inquiries by Congress as Parties Clash Hopes Dim for Russia Inquiries by Congress as Parties Clash
Tue, October, 24, 2017
Nicholas Fandos from the New York Times has a look at the committees looking into Russian interference.
Russian meddling in 2018 elections may prove difficult for Congress to stop Russian meddling in 2018 elections may prove difficult for Congress to stop
Mon, October, 9, 2017
Russia's meddling in recent elections may not stop anytime soon. Erin Kelly from USA Today has the story.
Congress struggles to figure out which Russia investigation trumps the others Congress struggles to figure out which Russia investigation trumps the others
Mon, September, 18, 2017
Who do you give preference to when you have overlapping Russia investigations? The USA Today's Erin Kelly says that is the issue witnesses are facing.
Congress Faces a Tense Agenda with Little Margin for Error Congress Faces a Tense Agenda with Little Margin for Error
Wed, September, 6, 2017
Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal discusses how Congress will have a rough Fall ahead.
Ryan faces diciest stretch of his speakership Ryan faces diciest stretch of his speakership
Tue, September, 5, 2017
Kyle Cheney with POLITICO dives into the difficulties Speaker Ryan will be facing this month.