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Why America Should Follow France's Lead and Ban Smartphones in Schools Why America Should Follow France's Lead and Ban Smartphones in Schools
Thu, August, 16, 2018
Put the phone down and pick up a pencil. Listen as MarketWatch's Maria Lamagna tells Gordon why the U.S. should take note of France's recent ban on smartphones in schools.
How Catholic Bishops are Shaping Health Care in Rural America How Catholic Bishops are Shaping Health Care in Rural America
Tue, August, 7, 2018
Listen as FiveThirtyEight's Anna Maria Barry-Jester tells Gordon how health care in rural America is being molded by Catholic bishops.
Conservative Division Threatens GOP's Senate Majority Conservative Division Threatens GOP's Senate Majority
Thu, August, 2, 2018
Listen as the National Journal's Josh Kraushaar tells Jennifer how division in the party threatens the Republicans' stronghold of the Senate.
Acting EPA Head Andrew Wheeler is No Scott Pruitt Acting EPA Head Andrew Wheeler is No Scott Pruitt
Thu, August, 2, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Ledyard King tells Jennifer how the new Environmental Protection Agency head Andrew Wheeler is not like his predecessor Scott Pruitt, who resigned due to a series of allegations of misconduct.
What Duluth Can Teach America About Declining Political Civility What Duluth Can Teach America About Declining Political Civility
Wed, August, 1, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib tells Jennifer how more than a decade ago, Duluth's rancorous politics prompted call for more civilized discourse that has endured to today.
America's Factory Towns, Once Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven America's Factory Towns, Once Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven
Tue, July, 24, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Bob Davis tells Gordon how many of America's factory towns are now filled with Republicans after being mostly Democratic.
Many Breast Cancer Patients Don't Get Recommended Follow-Up, Study Finds Many Breast Cancer Patients Don't Get Recommended Follow-Up, Study Finds
Wed, July, 18, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Melanie Evans tells Gordon how there are many breast cancer patients who don't receive a follow-up appointment.
Fox Losing Money on World Cup Without U.S. Team Fox Losing Money on World Cup Without U.S. Team
Thu, July, 12, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Joe Flint tells Gordon how Fox is losing money on televising the World Cup because of the significant time difference in Russia and the absence of an American team.
Along the Border, Migrant Mothers Turn Themselves In to Immigration Authorities Along the Border, Migrant Mothers Turn Themselves In to Immigration Authorities
Wed, June, 27, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Alicia Caldwell tells Gordon how migrant mothers are turning themselves in to immigration authorities, and how most will ask for asylum.
20 Weeks Out From Midterms, Democrats and Republicans Brace for Surprises 20 Weeks Out From Midterms, Democrats and Republicans Brace for Surprises
Wed, June, 20, 2018
Listen as The Hill's Reid Wilson joins Gordon to discuss how both Republicans and Democrats are keeping their heads on a swivel just 5 months out from the midterm elections.
Americans' Love Affair with Huge Vehicles Collides with Tiny Parking Spaces Americans' Love Affair with Huge Vehicles Collides with Tiny Parking Spaces
Tue, June, 19, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Christina Rogers joins Gordon to discuss why you might want to ignore your desire for a bigger vehicle and settle for a more compact one-- that is if you plan on parking it.
Group Tries to Lower the Volume on the High-Decibel Noise That's Further Dividing a Polarized Nation Group Tries to Lower the Volume on the High-Decibel Noise That's Further Dividing a Polarized Nation
Tue, June, 19, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Ledyard King joins Gordon to discuss how a group in Virginia is trying to hear each other's political views rather than rebuke them like the majority of a polarized America.
Schools Pay Millions in Sexual Harassment Settlements Schools Pay Millions in Sexual Harassment Settlements
Thu, June, 7, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn joins Gordon to discuss how schools are fleshing out millions of dollars in sexual harassment settlements.
The Latest in Cancer Research The Latest in Cancer Research
Tue, June, 5, 2018
Jennifer Kushinka speaks with Sumanta K. Pal, MD who gives the latest on cancer research.
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.
How to Detect Disaster Relief Scams How to Detect Disaster Relief Scams
Wed, September, 6, 2017
Wall Street Journal's Veronica Dagher gives tips on deciphering disaster relief scams.
Three Hard Truths Govern the Confrontation with North Korea Three Hard Truths Govern the Confrontation with North Korea
Wed, September, 6, 2017
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal prepares us for the reality of confrontation with North Korea.
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.
If the Past Is a Guide, Harvey Relief Spending Will Be Questioned If the Past Is a Guide, Harvey Relief Spending Will Be Questioned
Tue, September, 5, 2017
CQ Roll Call's Shawn Zeller breaks down how relief spending can be abused.