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Marathons Can Be Dangerous for the Elderly-Who Aren't Even Running Marathons Can Be Dangerous for the Elderly-Who Aren't Even Running
Fri, April, 14, 2017
Melanie Evans from The Wall Street Journal details why marathons can be hazardous to more people than just the participants.
Trump Is Letting China and Mexico off the Hook Trump Is Letting China and Mexico off the Hook
Fri, April, 14, 2017
Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance explains how President Trump has taken a softer stance on trade than the one he promised on the campaign trail.
For Gorsuch, Supreme Court Job May Seem Subordinate For Gorsuch, Supreme Court Job May Seem Subordinate
Fri, April, 14, 2017
Richard Wolf from USA Today takes a look at Neil Gorsuch's role as the "junior justice" on the Supreme Court.
Russia Cool Over Prospects for Warmer Ties with U.S. Russia Cool Over Prospects for Warmer Ties with U.S.
Fri, April, 14, 2017
Nathan Hodge from The Wall Street Journal joins us from Moscow to recap this week's meetings between Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian officials.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 14, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 14, 2017
Fri, April, 14, 2017
36 ISIS fighters killed by US 'mother of all bombs,' North Korean official blames Trump for region's 'vicious cycle' and why marathons can be dangerous for the elderly who aren't even running.
United Airlines had the right to remove flier United Airlines had the right to remove flier
Wed, April, 12, 2017
USA Today's Ben Mutzabaugh says United Airlines had a right to remove that flier, but should they have?
The $1B IRS windfall you might not know is yours. The $1B IRS windfall you might not know is yours.
Wed, April, 12, 2017
Think Uncle Sam owes you some money? Well, you might be right. CNBC's Kelli Grant talks about $1B IRS windfall you might not know is yours.
Trump takes control of the GOP machine Trump takes control of the GOP machine
Wed, April, 12, 2017
President Trump is taking control of the GOP machine state by state. Gabriel Debenedetti of POLITICO talks about what the White House is doing to get ready for 2018.
United Airlines could have avoided their PR nightmare. United Airlines could have avoided their PR nightmare.
Wed, April, 12, 2017
United Airlines could have avoided their PR nightmare. Glenn Selig of The Publicity Agency tell us how.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 11th, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 11th, 2017
Tue, April, 11, 2017
California gunman kills wife, self as she teaches class; student also dead, Trump's bromance with Putin is history, and The grayer his hair, the higher his heart risk?
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 10, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 10, 2017
Mon, April, 10, 2017
U.S. Officials fault Moscow on Syria ahead of Tillerson visit, China's nuclear envoy in South Korea amid talk of Trump action against North Korea, and Boating Season is here and you know what that means: Time to light your socks on fire
Nunes to Step Away from Russia Probe Nunes to Step Away from Russia Probe
Fri, April, 7, 2017
Daniel Lippman from Politico looks at what's next for the House Intelligence Committee after Devin Nunes recused himself from its investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential race.
The Real China Problems Trump Should Zero in on The Real China Problems Trump Should Zero in on
Fri, April, 7, 2017
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down the most pressing issues with China that President Trump must face.
The Day the Senate Went 'Nuclear' The Day the Senate Went 'Nuclear'
Fri, April, 7, 2017
David Drucker from the Washington Examiner gives us the details on Senate Republicans' decision to "go nuclear" to set up Neil Gorsuch's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Airstrikes in Syria Cause 'Significant Damage' to U.S-Russian Relations Airstrikes in Syria Cause 'Significant Damage' to U.S-Russian Relations
Fri, April, 7, 2017
James Marson from the Wall Street Journal joins us from Moscow to discuss the effects of the U.S. airstrikes in Syria on relations with Russia.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 7, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 7, 2017
Fri, April, 7, 2017
Dozens of U.S. missiles hit air base in Syria, Senate Republicans go 'nuclear' to pave the way for Gorsuch confirmation to Supreme Court and places you can actually afford to buy your first house.
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."
Go Ahead, Write a Check for Your Coffee. I've Got All Day. Go Ahead, Write a Check for Your Coffee. I've Got All Day.
Fri, January, 27, 2017
Do you still write checks to pay for things? You're not the only one. The Wall Street Journal's Robin Sidel takes a look at why check-writing hasn't gone out of style.
How Could a 20% Tariff on Mexican Goods Impact the U.S. Economy? How Could a 20% Tariff on Mexican Goods Impact the U.S. Economy?
Fri, January, 27, 2017
Leonard Raskin from Raskin Global joins us live to break down the effects a 20-percent tax on Mexican goods would have on the American economy.
How Mexico Could Profit from Trump's Wall How Mexico Could Profit from Trump's Wall
Fri, January, 27, 2017
Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance breaks down how Mexico could actually profit from President Trump's proposed border wall.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 27, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 27, 2017
Fri, January, 27, 2017
U.S.-Mexico rift deepens over trade threat and canceled meeting, Trump becomes "Schmoozer-in-Chief," and why writing checks hasn't gone out of style.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal December 31, 2016 This Weekend with Gordon Deal December 31, 2016
Fri, December, 30, 2016
Why more politicians may use social media in 2017, how to end those boring office meetings, and why 2016 wasn't as bad as it seemed.
Tech That Will Change Your Life in 2017 Tech That Will Change Your Life in 2017
Fri, December, 30, 2016
Joanna Stern from The Wall Street Journal previews some of the tech innovations that will change your life in 2017.
The Worst Political Predictions of 2016 The Worst Political Predictions of 2016
Fri, December, 30, 2016
Louis Nelson from Politico examines the worst political forecasts of a particularly unpredictable 2016.
The Best and Worst Cities to Ring in 2017 The Best and Worst Cities to Ring in 2017
Fri, December, 30, 2016
Jill Gonzalez from WalletHub takes a look at the cities you should (and shouldn't) visit to ring in the New Year.