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Robert Mueller's Russia investigation has cost taxpayers at least $3.2 million so far Robert Mueller's Russia investigation has cost taxpayers at least $3.2 million so far
Wed, December, 6, 2017
Andrea Noble from the Washington Times has a look at the cost of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 04, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 04, 2017
Mon, December, 4, 2017
President Trump tweets about Russia probe spark warnings from lawmakers, the psychology behind sexual harassment and more bosses are going to ruin your holiday this year.
White House: Confident, but concerned about the unknown after legal action White House: Confident, but concerned about the unknown after legal action
Wed, November, 1, 2017
What can the White House expect next in the Russia probe? David Jackson from USA Today has a look.
Reaction to the Manafort/Gates indictments, Papadopoulos plea Reaction to the Manafort/Gates indictments, Papadopoulos plea
Tue, October, 31, 2017
GOP consultant Matt Mackowiak breaks down the indictments in the Russia probe.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 31, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 31, 2017
Tue, October, 31, 2017
GOP and Democrat reaction to the Russia indictments, who is Paul Manafort, and Halloween myths and urban legends.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 30, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 30, 2017
Mon, October, 30, 2017
Charges set to come come down tied to Russia problem, Puerto Rico cancels power contract, and hacks to help at big box stores.
GOP Seizes on New Clinton Revelation GOP Seizes on New Clinton Revelation
Fri, October, 27, 2017
Jonathan Easley of The Hill tracks the GOP response to news that the Clinton campaign funded the salacious Steele dossier at the core of the Trump/Russia investigation.
Hopes Dim for Russia Inquiries by Congress as Parties Clash Hopes Dim for Russia Inquiries by Congress as Parties Clash
Tue, October, 24, 2017
Nicholas Fandos from the New York Times has a look at the committees looking into Russian interference.
Putin's rage triggered by Obama's moves Putin's rage triggered by Obama's moves
Fri, October, 20, 2017
Dan Boylan from the Washington Times has a look at how Russia and the United States relations soured.
Russians in Silicon Valley can't shake hackings' shadow Russians in Silicon Valley can't shake hackings' shadow
Tue, October, 10, 2017
Silicon Valley's Russian immigrant community are running into some new problems. Nellie Bowles from the New York Times explains.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 10, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 10, 2017
Tue, October, 10, 2017
Las Vegas gunman fired on security guard before mass shooting, Russians in Silicon Valley can't shake hackings' shadow, and vet who rescued Las Vegas victims gets free truck.
Russian meddling in 2018 elections may prove difficult for Congress to stop Russian meddling in 2018 elections may prove difficult for Congress to stop
Mon, October, 9, 2017
Russia's meddling in recent elections may not stop anytime soon. Erin Kelly from USA Today has the story.
What tech companies could/should do to prevent Russian meddling What tech companies could/should do to prevent Russian meddling
Fri, September, 29, 2017
Tech Analyst Rob Enderle breaks down what tech companies should do to prevent Russian meddling.
Congress struggles to figure out which Russia investigation trumps the others Congress struggles to figure out which Russia investigation trumps the others
Mon, September, 18, 2017
Who do you give preference to when you have overlapping Russia investigations? The USA Today's Erin Kelly says that is the issue witnesses are facing.
U.S. Troops Training in Eastern Europe to Echoes of Cold War U.S. Troops Training in Eastern Europe to Echoes of Cold War
Tue, August, 8, 2017
Eric Schmitt from the New York Times tells us that U.S. troops in Eastern Europe are re-learning Cold War-era skills.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 07, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 07, 2017
Mon, August, 7, 2017
Chicago is suing the Trump administration over sanctuary cities, how ageism is still a big problem for the tech industry and the life events that most affect your finances.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 04, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 04, 2017
Fri, August, 4, 2017
Special Counsel Robert Mueller impanels Washington grand jury, why economists don't like Trump's immigration, and what to do when your rewards program isn't so rewarding.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 31, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 31, 2017
Mon, July, 31, 2017
Japan and U.S. to take further action against North Korea, Russia to cut 755 U.S. Diplomats, and why bacon lovers are in trouble.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 28, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 28, 2017
Fri, July, 28, 2017
"Skinny" repeal of Obamacare fails in Senate, Russia sanctions bill clears the Senate, and Chicago hospitals see spike in births after Cubs' World Series win.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 24, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 24, 2017
Mon, July, 24, 2017
White House OK with sanctions against Russia, Republican's continue their battle for healthcare reform, and its a vasectomy party.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 12, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 12, 2017
Wed, July, 12, 2017
Trump Jr. says he was looking for dirt on Clinton, can we ever get a bipartisan conclusions to election-meddling, and woman picks up $405 restaurant tab for group of firefighters.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 10, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 10, 2017
Mon, July, 10, 2017
Donald Trump Jr's meeting with Russian lawyer raises some eyebrows, GOP scrambles to recruit Senate candidates, and these four-legged mammals are stealing your jobs.
What It's Like to Negotiate with Vladimir Putin What It's Like to Negotiate with Vladimir Putin
Fri, July, 7, 2017
With President Trump set to meet with Vladimir Putin today at the G20 Summit, David Nakamura from the Washington Post takes a look at the Russian President's power plays and negotiating tactics.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 06, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 06, 2017
Thu, July, 6, 2017
U.S., Russia Spar over Approach to North Korea Threat, Congressmen Steve Scalise's condition worsens, and this zombie survival camp will help you win apocalypse.
For Trump, Signs of a Softening Base of Supporters For Trump, Signs of a Softening Base of Supporters
Mon, June, 26, 2017
Five months into his administration, President Trump is growing less favorable among some of his supporters. Janet Hook of the Wall Street Journal details the reasons why.