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Friendsgiving: a holiday for your friends, a goldmine for marketers Friendsgiving: a holiday for your friends, a goldmine for marketers
Wed, November, 22, 2017
Getting together with friends this Thanksgiving? That's called Freindsgiving and marketers are latching on. The Boston Globe's Janelle Nanos says Friendsgiving has real revenue potential.
On Capitol Hill, few name names on sexual harassment On Capitol Hill, few name names on sexual harassment
Wed, November, 22, 2017
Capitol Hill is facing a reckoning over sexual harassment, but hardly anyone wants to name names. We get more form The Hill's Cristina Marcos.
Thanksgiving Shoppers Are Doling Out $200-Plus for a Turkey Thanksgiving Shoppers Are Doling Out $200-Plus for a Turkey
Wed, November, 22, 2017
Specialty Thanksgiving turkeys for $200-$300-plus. If you want one, the Wall Street Journal's Charles Passy tells you where you can find one.
Hurricane Irma, a Potentially Catastrophic Category 5 Hurricane threatens Florida and the Southeast Hurricane Irma, a Potentially Catastrophic Category 5 Hurricane threatens Florida and the Southeast
Thu, September, 7, 2017
The Weather Channel's Jonathan Erdman has the latest on Hurricane Irma's strength and the threat it poses for Florida and the Southeast.
The Latest on Irma's Track Toward Southern Florida The Latest on Irma's Track Toward Southern Florida
Thu, September, 7, 2017
Manny Munoz from WIOD in Miami updates us on the damage Irma could cause and what residents are going through to prepare.
Can You Make People Trust the Autonomous Car? Can You Make People Trust the Autonomous Car?
Wed, September, 6, 2017
Tech Analyst Rob Enderle dives into the studies behind the self-driving car.
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.
When Is It OK to Play Hooky With Your Children? When Is It OK to Play Hooky With Your Children?
Tue, September, 5, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Sue Shellenbarger focuses on the issues around pulling children out of school for family time.
Charitable needs evolve after disasters Charitable needs evolve after disasters
Tue, September, 5, 2017
Veronica Dagher, from the Wall Street Journal discusses the key to donating after a disaster.
What to expect as Harvey barrels toward Texas What to expect as Harvey barrels toward Texas
Fri, August, 25, 2017
As Hurricane Harvey barrels toward Texas, here's what to expect with The Weather Channel's Jonathan Erdman.
Give Trump a break for 'flip-flopping' on Afghanistan Give Trump a break for 'flip-flopping' on Afghanistan
Fri, August, 25, 2017
Yahoo! Finance's Rick Newman explains why you should give Trump a break for 'flip-flopping' on Afghanistan.
7 Ways Trump's Arizona Speech Complicates Congress' Fall Agenda 7 Ways Trump's Arizona Speech Complicates Congress' Fall Agenda
Fri, August, 25, 2017
Lindsay McPherson from Roll Call breaks down how President Trump complicated Congress' fall agenda.
In Afghan policy debate, Trump struggles with himself. In Afghan policy debate, Trump struggles with himself.
Wed, August, 9, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib talks about Trump's struggles when it comes to Afghanistan.
Ways job hopping can cost you money in the long run. Ways job hopping can cost you money in the long run.
Wed, August, 9, 2017
Are you a job hopper? The ways you might be hurting your finances from CNBC's Kelli Grant.
The latest on the North Korea threat. The latest on the North Korea threat.
Wed, August, 9, 2017
Jonathan Cheng, the Wall Street Journal's Seoul Bureau Chief, joins us to discuss the latest on North Korea.
Is Specialized Fitness Getting Less Special? Is Specialized Fitness Getting Less Special?
Tue, August, 8, 2017
Specialized fitness classes are becoming less special? The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Bachman says yes and why.
U.S. and South Korea Respond to North Korea Missile Test U.S. and South Korea Respond to North Korea Missile Test
Mon, July, 31, 2017
Jonathan Cheng from the Wall Street Journal has the latest on how the U.S. and South Korea's response to the North's latest missile test.
Some reasons you could end up with a surprise tax bill this year. Some reasons you could end up with a surprise tax bill this year.
Tue, April, 11, 2017
It's tax season. If you're not careful, you could wind up with a tax bill you weren't expecting. Jonnelle Marte from the Washington Post will give you some reasons why this might be the case.
Trump's bromance with Putin is history. Trump's bromance with Putin is history.
Tue, April, 11, 2017
USA Today's Jim Michaels tells us why Trump and Putin have "broken up," even before they really got together.
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 Weekend with Gordon Deal April 8th, 2017 This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 8th, 2017
Sat, April, 8, 2017
A new tribalism spreads in Donald Trump's Washington, a sunny Florida town has a shady reputation, and why I got married in a $20 wedding dress.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 06, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 06, 2017
Thu, April, 6, 2017
Steve Bannon removed from National Security Council, Trump pivots on Syria policy after suspected chemical attack, and when your employer plans your baby shower.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 26, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 26, 2016
Thu, May, 26, 2016
State Department watchdog chastises Hillary Clinton on her emails, there was a shooting at a New York City rap concert and David Ortiz is going retiring on his terms.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 05, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 05, 2016
Thu, May, 5, 2016
Fires rage through Canada, Donald Trump decides to self fund and ways to make your kids cut the digital cord.