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What We Were Searching For During the Super Bowl What We Were Searching For During the Super Bowl
Mon, February, 5, 2018
Tara Walpert Levy, Vice President at YouTube, tells us the top searches before, during, and after the game.
Amazon HQ2 Spurs Worries of a Wage War in Winning City Amazon HQ2 Spurs Worries of a Wage War in Winning City
Mon, February, 5, 2018
Lauren Weber from The Wall Street Journal gives us a look at how companies may be affected by a new Amazon headquarters in their city.
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.
Health Care Costs Are Still A Crushing Problem Health Care Costs Are Still A Crushing Problem
Mon, February, 5, 2018
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance examines how much health care is actually costing Americans.
Doctors Like Larry Nassar Are Out There- You Just Don't Hear About Them Doctors Like Larry Nassar Are Out There- You Just Don't Hear About Them
Mon, January, 29, 2018
Emma Court from MarketWatch takes a look at the various ways doctor misconduct can be shielded from the public.
Why Today is the Perfect Day to Sell Your Old Clothes Online for Cash Why Today is the Perfect Day to Sell Your Old Clothes Online for Cash
Mon, January, 29, 2018
With now being the best time of the year, Catey Hill from Moneyish offers tips, like prices and picture techniques, to help sell your old clothes online.
The Tax Law, Just One Month Old, Is Roaring Through U.S. Companies The Tax Law, Just One Month Old, Is Roaring Through U.S. Companies
Mon, January, 29, 2018
Theo Francis from The Wall Street Journal explores how companies are re-calibrating their business plans under the new tax law.
Trump to Show Americans What He's Accomplished in First State of the Union Trump to Show Americans What He's Accomplished in First State of the Union
Mon, January, 29, 2018
Gabby Morrongiello from the Washington Examiner details what we should expect from President Trump's first State of the Union, including accomplishments, goal obstructions, and foreign policy issues.
The Year for Trump and GOP Lawmakers: Rocky Start, Smooth Finish The Year for Trump and GOP Lawmakers: Rocky Start, Smooth Finish
Wed, December, 27, 2017
Kristina Peterson from The Wall Street Journal details the relationship between President Trump and Washington lawmakers this year.
Both Parties Are Deft at Ignoring Deficit Both Parties Are Deft at Ignoring Deficit
Wed, December, 27, 2017
Jerry Seib from The Wall Street Journal breaks down how the new tax plan is going to increase the deficit.
Infrastructure Rebuilding Is Trump Administration's Next Big Push Infrastructure Rebuilding Is Trump Administration's Next Big Push
Wed, December, 27, 2017
Chris Gordon from The Wall Street Journal discusses prospects for an infrastructure rebuilding plan.
Tips For Homeowners This Winter Tips For Homeowners This Winter
Tue, December, 26, 2017
Greg Jaeger from USAA tells us how to navigate the real estate market this winter.
Here's How To Recycle Your Christmas Wrapping Paper Here's How To Recycle Your Christmas Wrapping Paper
Tue, December, 26, 2017
Elizabeth Weise from USA Today explains how to properly dispose of bows and wrapping paper after the holidays.
Do You Love Your Pet This Much? Owners Post Heartfelt Obituaries Do You Love Your Pet This Much? Owners Post Heartfelt Obituaries
Tue, December, 26, 2017
Clare Ansberry from The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the growing popularity of pet obituaries.
Amtrak Accidents Hurt Safety Reputation, But Railroad Remains Popular With Congress and Riders Amtrak Accidents Hurt Safety Reputation, But Railroad Remains Popular With Congress and Riders
Tue, December, 26, 2017
Bart Jansen from USA Today discusses rail travel safety after Seattle area derailment.
Steps to Stay Safe in a Crowd During the Holidays Steps to Stay Safe in a Crowd During the Holidays
Fri, December, 22, 2017
Security expert Lou Palumbo offers tips on how you and your loved ones can stay safe while in public during the holiday season.
Which Digital Currency Will Be the Next Bitcoin? Which Digital Currency Will Be the Next Bitcoin?
Fri, December, 22, 2017
Paul Vigna from The Wall Street Journal discusses some of the cryptocurrencies trying to mirror Bitcoin's meteoric rise.
Lessons from the Box-Office Success of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Lessons from the Box-Office Success of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'
Fri, December, 22, 2017
After 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' netted $220 million in its opening weekend at the box office, Steven Zeitchik from The Washington Post explains how the iconic film franchise has continued its success.
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.
FCC Votes to Dismantle Net-Neutrality Rules FCC Votes to Dismantle Net-Neutrality Rules
Fri, December, 15, 2017
After the FCC's vote to repeal net neutrality, Dr. Eric Cole analyzes the possible effects.
To Both Parties, Moore's Loss Is a Potential Win for 2018 To Both Parties, Moore's Loss Is a Potential Win for 2018
Fri, December, 15, 2017
James Arkin from RealClearPolitics takes a look at how Roy Moore's loss in the Alabama Senate race could help both Democrats and Republicans in 2018..
How Retailers Can Fight Back at Christmas How Retailers Can Fight Back at Christmas
Fri, December, 15, 2017
Elizabeth Winkler from The Wall Street Journal explains how retailers can encourage customers to keep shopping at physical stores at Christmastime.
Hundreds Died in Mass Shootings in 2017. Here Are Their Stories. Hundreds Died in Mass Shootings in 2017. Here Are Their Stories.
Fri, December, 15, 2017
Rick Hampson from USA Today remembers the hundreds of Americans killed in mass shootings this year.
Everyone Agrees That Weed Is Great, Except Politicians Everyone Agrees That Weed Is Great, Except Politicians
Wed, November, 15, 2017
According to a recent Gallup poll, most Americans believe marijuana should be legalized nationwide. But there's one important group that remains unconvinced: politicians. Harry Enten from FiveThirtyEight breaks down the story.
To Help Doug Jones, National Dems Lie Low in Alabama Senate Race To Help Doug Jones, National Dems Lie Low in Alabama Senate Race
Wed, November, 15, 2017
As the Alabama Senate race tightens following sexual misconduct allegations against GOP nominee Roy Moore, national Democrats have maintained a lower profile to help Dem nominee Doug Jones. Deborah Berry from USA Today explains the unique strategy.