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McConnell becomes Trump's first line of defense McConnell becomes Trump's first line of defense
Fri, November, 9, 2018
Alexander Bolton of The Hill explores the Senate Majority Leader's new role under President Trump.
Travel Mistakes That Can Land You in the Hospital Travel Mistakes That Can Land You in the Hospital
Fri, November, 9, 2018
Scott McCartney of The Wall Street Journal explains why so many people get injured while traveling.
What can we learn from the Thousand Oaks shooter? What can we learn from the Thousand Oaks shooter?
Fri, November, 9, 2018
John Matthews, president and founder of The Community Safety Institute in Dallas, offers advice for safety in the event of a mass shooting.
Inside the mind of a mass shooter Inside the mind of a mass shooter
Fri, November, 9, 2018
Bruce Alexander, president of Security 1 Solutions, takes a look at the tactical parallels of mass shootings.
As the housing market stagnates, American homeowners are staying put for the longest stretches ever As the housing market stagnates, American homeowners are staying put for the longest stretches ever
Fri, November, 2, 2018
MarketWatch's Andrea Riquier explores why housing-market headwinds are keeping American homeowners in their properties for the longest stretches on record.
Alaska's Economy Finally Starts To Thaw Alaska's Economy Finally Starts To Thaw
Fri, November, 2, 2018
Jim Carlton of The Wall Street Journal says that all signs finally point to Alaska getting out of recession next year.
4 jobs that are hiring like crazy and pay at least $100,000 4 jobs that are hiring like crazy and pay at least $100,000
Fri, November, 2, 2018
Catey Hill, editor at Moneyish.com, tells us why becoming a physician assistant, nurse practitioner, software applications developer, or mathematician is a good idea.
'Moving day': White House staffers set to split for 2020 'Moving day': White House staffers set to split for 2020
Fri, November, 2, 2018
POLITICO's Alex Isenstadt explains that the White House is poised for a wave of post-midterm departures as staffers are set to leave for President Donald Trump's reelection campaign.
Companies Raise Prices, Betting Consumers Can Pay More Companies Raise Prices, Betting Consumers Can Pay More
Thu, November, 1, 2018
As wages increase in the U.S., companies are also raising their prices. The Wall Street Journal's Austen Hufford breaks down which companies are involved in the price-hike and what it all means for Americans.
The Yawning Divide that Explains American Politics The Yawning Divide that Explains American Politics
Thu, November, 1, 2018
Aaron Zitner from The Wall Street Journal explains how white men without a college degree and college-educated white women have driven America's political divide.
Toy Wars: As Toys R Us Closes, Target and Party City Prepare to Battle for Its Christmas Shoppers Toy Wars: As Toys R Us Closes, Target and Party City Prepare to Battle for Its Christmas Shoppers
Thu, November, 1, 2018
Target, Party City, and even grocery stores are lining up to court consumers that once went to Toys R Us. Charisse Jones from USA Today takes a look at the Christmastime shopping battle.
U.S. Workers See Fastest Wage Increase in a Decade U.S. Workers See Fastest Wage Increase in a Decade
Thu, November, 1, 2018
Good news, U.S. workers: Your wages and benefits are growing, and the trend isn't expected to stop anytime soon. Heather Long from The Washington Post has more.
How the Midterms Will Affect Congress' Investigations How the Midterms Will Affect Congress' Investigations
Tue, October, 23, 2018
What happens to congressional investigations if Democrats regain control of the House or the Senate? Eric Felten from The Weekly Standard explains.
Another Red Sox Title? Think of Boston's Children. Another Red Sox Title? Think of Boston's Children.
Tue, October, 23, 2018
While the Los Angeles Dodgers aim for their first World Series championship in 30 years, The Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay considers the 4-year-old Bostonians who have never seen a Red Sox title.
Three Bellwether Races that Could Determine Control of the Senate Three Bellwether Races that Could Determine Control of the Senate
Tue, October, 23, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib examines three tightly-contested races in the Senate that could define the 2018 midterm elections.
Inside the Saudis' Washington Influence Machine Inside the Saudis' Washington Influence Machine
Tue, October, 23, 2018
Beth Reinhard from The Washington Post dives into the ways Saudi Arabia has gained power to shape policy and perception in Washington.
Police see flurry of Honda airbag thefts as criminals aim to resell on black market Police see flurry of Honda airbag thefts as criminals aim to resell on black market
Mon, October, 22, 2018
Nathan Bomey of USA Today suggests ways to avoid being a victim.
Young Women Aren't Waiting to Seek Political Power Young Women Aren't Waiting to Seek Political Power
Mon, October, 22, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Janet Hook explores the trend of younger women running for office.
President's Sustained Criticism of the Federal Reserve Complicates a Tricky Balancing Act President's Sustained Criticism of the Federal Reserve Complicates a Tricky Balancing Act
Mon, October, 22, 2018
Nick Timiraos of The Wall Street Journal tells us what's unusual about President Trump criticizing the Fed.
House Races Tighten as Midterm Elections Near House Races Tighten as Midterm Elections Near
Mon, October, 22, 2018
Kristina Peterson of The Wall Street Journal joins us to discuss races that were previously ignored at the beginning of the cycle, but are now becoming competitive.
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.
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.