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This Morning with Gordon Deal May 23, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 23, 2018
Wed, May, 23, 2018
Trump says summit with North Korea's Kim could be called off, bank deregulation bill clears Congress, and how to get banned from Amazon.
Consumers Struggle to Find EpiPens Consumers Struggle to Find EpiPens
Mon, May, 21, 2018
An EpiPen shortage is forcing desperate families to scramble. Roni Caryn Rabin from the New York Times and Gordon Deal discuss some options.
TSA's air marshals are 'last line of defense,' but is the program really needed? TSA's air marshals are 'last line of defense,' but is the program really needed?
Mon, May, 21, 2018
Is it time to do away with armed undercover air marshals on flights? Bart Jansen from USA Today has the story.
Terror recruits in U.S. dry up, rout on battlefield tarnishes allure for young targets of ISIS Terror recruits in U.S. dry up, rout on battlefield tarnishes allure for young targets of ISIS
Mon, May, 21, 2018
Jeff Mordock from the Washington Times has a look at the dwindling numbers of U.S. terror recruits.
'I Lost It': The Boss Who Banned Phones, and What Came Next 'I Lost It': The Boss Who Banned Phones, and What Came Next
Fri, May, 18, 2018
Bosses are starting to put their foot down when it comes to cells phones .The Wall Street Journal's John Simons and Gordon Deal discuss.
Get Ready for a Multibillion-Dollar Summer-Movie Battle Royale Get Ready for a Multibillion-Dollar Summer-Movie Battle Royale
Fri, May, 18, 2018
The summer movie battle is starting to heat up. Erich Schwartzel from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Democrats have a weak answer to the Trump tax cuts Democrats have a weak answer to the Trump tax cuts
Fri, May, 18, 2018
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has a look at how Democrats are handling the Trump tax cuts before the midterm elections.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 17, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 17, 2018
Thu, May, 17, 2018
President Trump calls some criminal illegal immigrants "animals," White House still plans on talks with North Korea, and a quarter of Americans spend all day inside.
How Sports Leagues Are Gearing Up for the Future of Betting How Sports Leagues Are Gearing Up for the Future of Betting
Wed, May, 16, 2018
Gordon Deal and the Wall Street Journal's Andrew Beaton discuss how sports leagues are gearing up for the future of betting.
Where's the Party? Where's the Party?
Wed, May, 16, 2018
Why aren't investors partying over the stock market? Jonathan Clements from HumbleDollar has the story.
Trump's plan to exercise GOP's 'spending cut muscles' Trump's plan to exercise GOP's 'spending cut muscles'
Wed, May, 16, 2018
President Trump is considering a little used power that allows to him to propose new spending cuts. James W. Antle from the Washington Examiner has the latest.
A GOP surprise: House midterm hope in California A GOP surprise: House midterm hope in California
Wed, May, 16, 2018
Rachael Bade from POLITICO explain why the GOP sees hope in California.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 16, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 16, 2018
Wed, May, 16, 2018
North Korea says it won't be backed into a corner on nukes, deadly blast in Southern California medical building investigated as intentional, and what's it cost to fill up your car.
Supreme Court strikes down ban on sports betting in victory for New Jersey Supreme Court strikes down ban on sports betting in victory for New Jersey
Tue, May, 15, 2018
The Supreme Court struck down a ban on sports betting. Richard Wolf from USA Today has the latest.
Michael Cohen's D.C. Consulting Career: Scattershot, With Mixed Success Michael Cohen's D.C. Consulting Career: Scattershot, With Mixed Success
Tue, May, 15, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Rebecca Ballhaus joins us with a look into Michael Cohen's attempts to make money off his relationship with President Trump.
What the Supreme Court Decision means for the gaming industry What the Supreme Court Decision means for the gaming industry
Tue, May, 15, 2018
Geoff Freeman from the American Gaming Association and Gordon Deal discuss what the Supreme Court decision means for the gaming industry.
Trump's decision to open Jerusalem embassy complicates promise to seek Middle East peace Trump's decision to open Jerusalem embassy complicates promise to seek Middle East peace
Tue, May, 15, 2018
Ruth Eglash from the Washington Post has a look at the complications surrounding the opening of the U.S embassy in Jerusalem.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 15, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 15, 2018
Tue, May, 15, 2018
Scores killed as Palestinians protest U.S. embassy opening, Supreme Court ruling for New Jersey opens door to sports betting, and ways you can appeal for more college financial aid.
Big Business: Remember the Trump Tax Cuts When You Vote Big Business: Remember the Trump Tax Cuts When You Vote
Mon, May, 14, 2018
Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance says that if you're not sure what you think of the Trump tax cuts, it's time to make up your mind.
Singapore: a neutral nation for summit with President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un Singapore: a neutral nation for summit with President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un
Mon, May, 14, 2018
Jim Michaels from USA Today joins us to discuss why Singapore was agreed upon for President Trump and Kim Jong Un's historic summit
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 14, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 14, 2018
Mon, May, 14, 2018
U.S. embassy in Jerusalem opens, Trump extends help to sanctioned tech company ZTE, and where the travel deals are this summer.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal May 12, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal May 12, 2018
Sat, May, 12, 2018
How one New York City principal is trying to transform a school, Apple hits back at apps that are snooping on you, and Mother's Day traditions around the world.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 11, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 11, 2018
Fri, May, 11, 2018
Trump says he will meet North Korea's Kim Jong Un on June 12 in Singapore, release of thousands of Russia-linked Facebook ads shows how propaganda sharpened, and mother hails Florida officer for saving baby.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 10, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 10, 2018
Thu, May, 10, 2018
North Korea frees three U.S. citizens, Israel strikes Iranian targets in Syria, and Alexa can now help you pick a credit card.
Companies Trying to Deal With Discrimination Face Backlash Companies Trying to Deal With Discrimination Face Backlash
Wed, May, 9, 2018
New discrimination policies have companies facing some backlash. Kelsey Gee from the Wall Street Journal has more.