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This Morning with Gordon Deal July 18, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 18, 2019
Thu, July, 18, 2019
President Trump continues attack on minority female congresswomen, House blocks bid to impeach the President, and Russians now own all your old photos.
Trump's Racially Charged Tweets Highlight Challenges for Democratic Party Trump's Racially Charged Tweets Highlight Challenges for Democratic Party
Wed, July, 17, 2019
What party has the biggest challenge when it comes to the President's "go back" tweets? The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib gives us a look.
Here's what it takes to make money as social media 'influencer' Here's what it takes to make money as social media 'influencer'
Wed, July, 17, 2019
Jefferson Graham from USA Today and Gordon Deal discuss what it takes to make money as social media "influencer."
'Go Back' Message Deepens Immigration-Debate Wounds 'Go Back' Message Deepens Immigration-Debate Wounds
Wed, July, 17, 2019
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal explains how President Trump's tweets have further split the immigration debate.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2019
Wed, July, 17, 2019
House passes resolution condemning Trump tweets as racist, MS-13 gang members indicted after 'medieval-style' killing spree, and new clues on why women's Alzheimer's risk differs from men's.
'His own fiefdom': Mulvaney builds 'an empire for the right wing' as Trump's chief of staff 'His own fiefdom': Mulvaney builds 'an empire for the right wing' as Trump's chief of staff
Tue, July, 16, 2019
White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has built himself a right-wing empire. Lisa Rein from the Washington Post has the story.
Three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field Three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field
Tue, July, 16, 2019
James Pindell from the Boston Globe gives us a look at events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field.
What would happen to someone who is caught in an ICE raid? What would happen to someone who is caught in an ICE raid?
Tue, July, 16, 2019
Immigration Attorney Harry DeMell and Gordon Deal discuss what happens to someone who is caught in an ICE raid.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 16, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 16, 2019
Tue, July, 16, 2019
President Trump doubles down as lawmakers blast his 'racist' attacks, three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field, and the most and least stressed cities in America.
Coming to a Streaming Service Near You: Shows Costing as Much as Big-Budget Movies Coming to a Streaming Service Near You: Shows Costing as Much as Big-Budget Movies
Mon, July, 15, 2019
Eric Schwartzel of the Wall St Journal lays out the current state of the streaming service market, which is in as exciting of a time as ever, demanding as much money and profits as some blockbuster movies.
Beto O'Rourke Struggles to Break Out of Crowded Democratic Field Beto O'Rourke Struggles to Break Out of Crowded Democratic Field
Mon, July, 15, 2019
After his near-stunning upset in the Texas Senate race last year, Is Beto O'Rourke already down and out of the 2020 Presidential election? WSJ's Tarini Parti details why O'Rourke is in trouble, and what he can do going forward to salvage his chances.
Barry Mostly Spares Metro New Orleans, Flood Risk Remains Barry Mostly Spares Metro New Orleans, Flood Risk Remains
Mon, July, 15, 2019
Dave Cohen of WWL Radio in New Orleans returns to recap the overestimated damage inflicted so far by Barry, which has now been downgraded to a tropical depression. But, Cohen explains why New Orleans is still at risk.
Everybody running for president is rich Everybody running for president is rich
Mon, July, 15, 2019
Are all of the presidential candidates as wealthy as the top 1%? Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance says so and tells us why, along with which one candidate in the field is not so rich.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 15, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 15, 2019
Mon, July, 15, 2019
President Trump goes on a racially charged tirade, Barry weakens to a tropical depression, and don't make these 6 common mistakes and do Amazon Prime Day right.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal July 13, 2019 This Weekend with Gordon Deal July 13, 2019
Sat, July, 13, 2019
How to protect civil discourse in the workplace, how long can the U.S. Women keep going, and 11-year-old helps officer tie his shoelaces during Fourth of July parade.
SUVs are Bumper-to-Bumper on Dealer Lots, With More on the Way SUVs are Bumper-to-Bumper on Dealer Lots, With More on the Way
Thu, July, 11, 2019
WSJ's Ben Foldy expands upon the abundance of SUVs appearing on the car market, and how their prices will start to drop
Don't get sidetracked, carry coupons and focus on price, say back-to-school shoppers Don't get sidetracked, carry coupons and focus on price, say back-to-school shoppers
Thu, July, 11, 2019
USA Today's Charisse Jones offers some advice on how to be more cost-efficient during back-to-school shopping
American Suburbs Swell Again as a New Generation Escapes the City American Suburbs Swell Again as a New Generation Escapes the City
Thu, July, 11, 2019
Valerie Bauerlein of the WSJ examines the growing pains currently affecting many suburban cities and towns throughout America during another population boom.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 10, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 10, 2019
Wed, July, 10, 2019
Census case judge rejects Trump plan to switch legal team, the political legacy of Ross Perot, and don't make these 3 mistakes when you turn on your air conditioning.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 09, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 09, 2019
Tue, July, 9, 2019
Politically connected Jeffrey Epstein indicted on federal sex-trafficking charges, rule requiring drug prices in TV ads blocked, and Ohio dog located four years after it went missing.
As Border Crisis Worsens, a Detention Center Designed for Children Has None As Border Crisis Worsens, a Detention Center Designed for Children Has None
Mon, July, 8, 2019
Detention centers designed for children are going unused as others reach capacity. Alicia Caldwell from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Why the White House Wants to Get Citizenship Question on Census Why the White House Wants to Get Citizenship Question on Census
Mon, July, 8, 2019
Jess Bravin from the Wall Street Journal breaks down the reasons behind the President's push to get the citizenship question on the census.
The legacy of the U.S. Women's World Cup team The legacy of the U.S. Women's World Cup team
Mon, July, 8, 2019
Soccer analyst Glenn Crooks and soccer fanatic Gordon Deal take a look at the legacy of the U.S. Women's World Cup team.
'War on math': Budget hawks outraged there isn't more outrage over deficit 'War on math': Budget hawks outraged there isn't more outrage over deficit
Mon, July, 8, 2019
Have budget hawks like the Freedom Caucus become complacent? James Varney from the Washington Times asks where has all the outrage gone?
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 08, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 08, 2019
Mon, July, 8, 2019
California tallies damage from quakes, Trump officials defend border conditions, and police pay for alleged shoplifter's stolen groceries instead of arresting her.