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Coronavirus Leaves Older Americans Cut Off: 'We Have Been Trying to Fill That Void' Coronavirus Leaves Older Americans Cut Off: 'We Have Been Trying to Fill That Void'
Mon, March, 30, 2020
The Wall Street Journal's Clare Ansberry explains how cut-off older Americans are dealing with COVID-19.
Campaigns pivot toward health awareness as races sidelined by coronavirus Campaigns pivot toward health awareness as races sidelined by coronavirus
Mon, March, 30, 2020
Campaigns pivot toward health awareness as we hear less and less about the 2020 election. Rebecca Klar from The Hill and Gordon Deal discuss.
Nurses treating coronavirus say they're 'going into a battle we're just not prepared for' Nurses treating coronavirus say they're 'going into a battle we're just not prepared for'
Mon, March, 30, 2020
Nurses treating coronavirus say they're going into a battle we're just not prepared for. Frank Esposito from Rockland/Westchester Journal News has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 27, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 27, 2020
Fri, March, 27, 2020
U.S. coronavirus cases surpass those of China, Italy, rise in unemployment claims halts historic run of job growth, and smart ways to use credit cards in a crisis.
'I Have Bills I Have to Pay.' Low-Wage Workers Face Brunt of Coronavirus Crisis 'I Have Bills I Have to Pay.' Low-Wage Workers Face Brunt of Coronavirus Crisis
Wed, March, 25, 2020
How will low-wage workers handle the coronavirus crisis? Eric Morath from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Coronavirus' growing emotional toll Coronavirus' growing emotional toll
Wed, March, 25, 2020
Sam Baker from Axios and Gordon Deal discuss the emotional toll the coronavirus is taking on Americans.
How long can a stimulus-fueled markets surge last? How long can a stimulus-fueled markets surge last?
Wed, March, 25, 2020
How long can a stimulus-fueled markets surge last? Fox Business' Liz Claman gives us a look.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 25, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 25, 2020
Wed, March, 25, 2020
White House reaches deal with lawmakers on $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, President Trump hopes to have U.S. reopened by Easter, and New Jersey pizza store owner takes out loan to pay his workers.
'Extraordinary change': How coronavirus is rewiring the Republican and Democratic parties 'Extraordinary change': How coronavirus is rewiring the Republican and Democratic parties
Tue, March, 24, 2020
David Siders from POLITICO breaks down how the coronavirus is rewiring the Republican and Democratic parties.
The economy and life may be reshaped by the coronavirus pandemic The economy and life may be reshaped by the coronavirus pandemic
Tue, March, 24, 2020
The economy and life may be reshaped by the coronavirus pandemic. Craig Timberg from the Washington Post has the story.
The biggest obstacles we face in overcoming the pandemic The biggest obstacles we face in overcoming the pandemic
Tue, March, 24, 2020
Tennessee Representative Mark Green joined Gordon Deal this morning with the latest on the coronavirus response.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 24, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 24, 2020
Tue, March, 24, 2020
Senate fails to advance coronavirus rescue package, President Trump suggests he may scale back closures soon despite worsening coronavirus outbreak, and restaurateur delivers hundreds of donated meals to health care workers.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 23, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 23, 2020
Mon, March, 23, 2020
The lastest COVID-19 numbers, coronavirus rescue package hits hurdle, and a boy who is looking out for his neighbors.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal March 21, 2020 This Weekend with Gordon Deal March 21, 2020
Sat, March, 21, 2020
What life is like in one of America's coronavirus hotspots, how a mailman still carries on during coronavirus, and love in the time of coronavirus.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 19, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 19, 2020
Thu, March, 19, 2020
Senate passes paid-leave bill to combat the pandemic, what life is like in one of America's coronavirus hotspots, and how the canceled Big Sky tournament spurred an impromptu wedding.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 18, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 18, 2020
Wed, March, 18, 2020
Trump releases guidelines to slow coronavirus spread, cities, states enact bans, curfews, and tips to avoid being a victim of coronavirus shopping frenzy.
Day One of a campaign transformed: Biden the likely nominee, coronavirus the dominant issue Day One of a campaign transformed: Biden the likely nominee, coronavirus the dominant issue
Tue, March, 17, 2020
Susan Page from USA Today breaks down how COVID-19 has changed the 2020 election campaign.
The Great Coronavirus Panic of 2020 The Great Coronavirus Panic of 2020
Tue, March, 17, 2020
Will this be a momentary blip or will the coronavirus panic cause long-lasting damage to our economy. Sudeep Reddy for POLITICO and Gordon Deal discuss.
What does the US need to do to get ahead of the coronavirus? What does the US need to do to get ahead of the coronavirus?
Tue, March, 17, 2020
Representative Raul Ruiz from California and physician joined us this morning with a look at what the U.S. is doing to get ahead of the coronavirus.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 17, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 17, 2020
Tue, March, 17, 2020
Trump releases guidelines to slow coronavirus spread, cities, states enact bans, curfews, and tips to avoid being a victim of coronavirus shopping frenzy.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 16, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 16, 2020
Mon, March, 16, 2020
U.S. asks travelers for patience amid long lines at airports, why the Fed decided to cut interest rates now, and questions to ask before you travel within the U.S.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal March 14, 2020 This Weekend with Gordon Deal March 14, 2020
Sat, March, 14, 2020
Health agencies tackle coronavirus epidemic with dwindling resources, before the virus hit women's college basketball game attendance was surging, and how to make virtual events not suck.
What happens when the games are canceled right in front of you What happens when the games are canceled right in front of you
Fri, March, 13, 2020
Play by play announcer Gregg Daniels joined Gordon Deal to discuss what happens when you cancel popular sporting events.
Nearly 1 in 3 Families Skipped Medical Care in Past Year Due to Cost Nearly 1 in 3 Families Skipped Medical Care in Past Year Due to Cost
Fri, March, 13, 2020
Why did nearly 1 in 3 families skip medical care last year? Mark Hamrick from Bankrate.com has the story.
What employers need to know about operating during a pandemic What employers need to know about operating during a pandemic
Fri, March, 13, 2020
Labor Attorney Aaron Holt breaks down what employers need to know about operating during a pandemic.