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Saddled with Student Debt and High Costs, Millennials Take Haggling to a New Level Saddled with Student Debt and High Costs, Millennials Take Haggling to a New Level
Thu, May, 23, 2019
Andrew Keshner from MarketWatch explains why millennials are willing to negotiate on any purchase and how they go about doing it.
The Once Red-Hot Smartphone Market Sees Cooler Trend The Once Red-Hot Smartphone Market Sees Cooler Trend
Thu, May, 23, 2019
Smartphone sales had their worst contraction ever in 2018, thanks in part to exorbitant price tags. Tech expert Rob Enderle discusses the market's downward trend and the innovations that could send it skyrocketing again.
In Mindful Knitting, It's the Journey, Not the Scarf In Mindful Knitting, It's the Journey, Not the Scarf
Thu, May, 23, 2019
Looking for something to do that doesn't involve a screen? Ellen Byron from The Wall Street Journal explores how knitting has gained popularity as a low-tech hobby for those eager to unplug.
Pelosi Is Trying to Rein in Enthusiasm for Trump Impeachment as Democrat Outrage Grows Pelosi Is Trying to Rein in Enthusiasm for Trump Impeachment as Democrat Outrage Grows
Thu, May, 23, 2019
Though she inched closer to calling for impeachment after yesterday's failed infrastructure hearing, Nancy Pelosi has tried to temper enthusiasm from Democrats already eager to bring impeachment charges against President Trump. Eliza Collins from USA Today explains the latest news.
You're Out! Peanuts and Cracker Jacks Banned from Minor-League Ballpark You're Out! Peanuts and Cracker Jacks Banned from Minor-League Ballpark
Mon, February, 18, 2019
Zlati Meyer from USA Today explores a minor-league baseball team's decision to stop selling peanuts and Cracker Jacks at its ballpark.
Trump Busts Congressional Gridlock, Moving Wall Brawl into Court Trump Busts Congressional Gridlock, Moving Wall Brawl into Court
Mon, February, 18, 2019
Steven Nelson from The Washington Examiner previews the court battles that the Trump administration will face after declaring a national emergency in order to build the border wall.
Colleges Continue to Confront Blackface on Campus Colleges Continue to Confront Blackface on Campus
Mon, February, 18, 2019
The Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn discusses the problem of blackface on college campuses, both within old yearbooks and at parties today.
National Emergencies Are Common. Declaring One for a Border Wall Is Not. National Emergencies Are Common. Declaring One for a Border Wall Is Not.
Mon, February, 18, 2019
John Fritze from USA Today explains that, while many presidents have declared national emergencies, they've rarely been employed in the way President Trump is using it for the border wall.
Small Businesses Are Waving the Caution Flag Small Businesses Are Waving the Caution Flag
Wed, February, 6, 2019
Ruth Simon from The Wall Street Journal explores a growing concern about the economy felt by small businesses across the country.
Beto O'Rourke Weighs Presidential Campaign from an Unusual Position: Front-runner Beto O'Rourke Weighs Presidential Campaign from an Unusual Position: Front-runner
Wed, February, 6, 2019
Beto O'Rourke has said he'll decide on a 2020 presidential bid by the end of the month. The Wall Street Journal's Reid Epstein says that, if the one-time underdog politician does run, he'd be in an unusual position: front-runner.
How to Do Your Taxes for Free How to Do Your Taxes for Free
Wed, February, 6, 2019
Odds are you're able to file your taxes for free and you don't even know it. Kelli Grant from CNBC explains this free IRS program.
How We Got Here on Immigration and Border Security How We Got Here on Immigration and Border Security
Wed, February, 6, 2019
The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib dives into the history of the immigration debate in America, including how both parties' views have changed in recent years.
Put Down the Kombucha and Pick Up a Crossbow: Hipsters Are the New Hunters Put Down the Kombucha and Pick Up a Crossbow: Hipsters Are the New Hunters
Mon, January, 21, 2019
Cameron McWhirter from The Wall Street Journal dives into the hunting industry's attempts to court new hunters by appealing to millennials.
For Democrats in 2020, Small Donors Are Gauge of Fundraising Success For Democrats in 2020, Small Donors Are Gauge of Fundraising Success
Mon, January, 21, 2019
The Wall Street Journal's Julie Bykowicz looks at the increasing emphasis Democrats, like newly-announced 2020 candidate Kamala Harris, are placing on small contributions and grassroots support.
Farms Are Poisoning Drinking Water in Rural America Farms Are Poisoning Drinking Water in Rural America
Mon, January, 21, 2019
American farms are more productive than ever, but they're also poisoning the drinking water of many rural Americans. Jesse Newman from The Wall Street Journal has more.
Federal Courts, Running Out of Money, Brace for Shutdown's Pain Federal Courts, Running Out of Money, Brace for Shutdown's Pain
Mon, January, 21, 2019
As the partial government shutdown enters its fifth week with no end in sight, the federal courts are running out of money. Thomas Kaplan of The New York Times explains.
Gifts to Help People Unplug from Their Smartphones Gifts to Help People Unplug from Their Smartphones
Mon, December, 24, 2018
Andrew Keshner from MarketWatch offers some gift ideas for those looking to disconnect from their smartphones and technology.
The Latest on the Government Shutdown The Latest on the Government Shutdown
Mon, December, 24, 2018
Daniel Lippman from Politico joins us live with the latest news regarding the government shutdown, including which politicians are negotiating behind the scenes.
Keeping It Civil for Christmas Keeping It Civil for Christmas
Mon, December, 24, 2018
Steven Dinkin, president of the National Conflict Resolution Center, offers tips on how to keep things civil during holiday conversations with family and friends.
U.S. Government Locked in Partial Shutdown U.S. Government Locked in Partial Shutdown
Mon, December, 24, 2018
GOP strategist Matt Mackowiak analyzes the government shutdown, including how political optics-rather than policy or substance-is the greatest cause of the impasse.
The NFL Soap Opera Is Ready for Its Twist Ending The NFL Soap Opera Is Ready for Its Twist Ending
Fri, December, 21, 2018
In an NFL season highlighted by high-flying offenses, it's been the stingy defenses that have reigned supreme lately. With that in mind, Andrew Beaton from The Wall Street Journal previews the final two weeks of the regular season.
U.S. Indicts Two Hackers Linked to Chinese Government U.S. Indicts Two Hackers Linked to Chinese Government
Fri, December, 21, 2018
Cybersecurity expert Dr. Eric Cole joins us live to discuss the news that a pair of China-backed hackers swiped troves of personal data from the U.S. Navy and American companies.
The Mighty Fell in 2018, from Manafort to Moonves The Mighty Fell in 2018, from Manafort to Moonves
Fri, December, 21, 2018
Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance looks at the once-untouchables that fell in 2018, from stocks and big tech companies to CEOs and media executives.
If You Think Americans Are Getting Fatter, You're Right If You Think Americans Are Getting Fatter, You're Right
Fri, December, 21, 2018
Jayne O'Donnell from USA Today looks at a recent federal study that shows Americans' waistlines are growing at an alarming rate.
Down with Homework, Say U.S. School Districts Down with Homework, Say U.S. School Districts
Fri, December, 14, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Tawnell Hobbs examines a rising trend in U.S. elementary schools: limiting, de-emphasizing, and even banning homework.