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This Morning with Gordon Deal November 09, 2022 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 09, 2022
Wed, November, 9, 2022
Takeaways from the midterm elections, Democratic governors mostly hold on, and what to do if you won the Powerball.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 22, 2022 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 22, 2022
Thu, September, 22, 2022
Donald Trump and his company are sued by New York Attorney General, U.N. showdown looms as Ukraine calls for Russia to be stripped of veto rights, and this exercise burns the most calories, and it's right at your feet.
Customer service workers endure abuse, threats, from hostile callers, report says Customer service workers endure abuse, threats, from hostile callers, report says
Wed, April, 6, 2022
Charisse Jones from USA Today outlines the horrible abuse customer service workers deal with on a daily basis.
Is a $6.5 million Super Bowl ad worth the money? Is a $6.5 million Super Bowl ad worth the money?
Thu, February, 10, 2022
Is a $6.5 million Super Bowl ad worth the money for many companies? Andrea Kushan from Johnson & Sekin says yes.
How Republicans came to revel hating Joe Biden How Republicans came to revel hating Joe Biden
Thu, February, 10, 2022
Amie Parnes of The Hill tells us how Republicans came to revel hating Joe Biden.
Along with attention, GOP House firebrands attract primary fights Along with attention, GOP House firebrands attract primary fights
Thu, February, 10, 2022
The MAGA wing of the GOP is facing pushback from the base who would rather pass laws than start fights. Stephanie Akin from CQ Roll Call has the story.
The Omicron Olympics face the ultimate test The Omicron Olympics face the ultimate test
Thu, February, 3, 2022
The Omicron Olympics face the ultimate test Tina Reed from Axios explains
What Republicans are planning if they win the House majority What Republicans are planning if they win the House majority
Thu, February, 3, 2022
Emily Brooks of the Washington Examiner explains What Republicans are planning if they win the House majority
Is Joe Burrow vs. Matthew Stafford good news or bad for Madison Avenue? Is Joe Burrow vs. Matthew Stafford good news or bad for Madison Avenue?
Thu, February, 3, 2022
Is Joe Burrow vs. Matthew Stafford good news or bad for Madison Avenue? Daniel Kaplan of The Athletic has the answer
Biden heads to NYC to blunt criticism that he is soft on crime Biden heads to NYC to blunt criticism that he is soft on crime
Thu, February, 3, 2022
Biden heads to NYC to blunt criticism that he is soft on crime Jeff Mordock of the Washington Times explains
Omicron Wave Drives Surge of Workers Calling In Sick, Working Through Illness Omicron Wave Drives Surge of Workers Calling In Sick, Working Through Illness
Tue, January, 25, 2022
Omicron Wave Drives Surge of Workers Calling In Sick, Working Through Illness Harriet Torry of the Wall Street Journal explains.
Tech Stocks, Meme Stocks and Cryptocurrencies are all off to a rough start this year Tech Stocks, Meme Stocks and Cryptocurrencies are all off to a rough start this year
Tue, January, 25, 2022
Mallika Mitra of Money.com explains why Tech Stocks, Meme Stocks and Cryptocurrencies are all off to a rough start this year.
Biden's now losing support from the base Biden's now losing support from the base
Tue, January, 25, 2022
Biden's now losing support from the base Josh Kraushaar of the Nation Journal explain why.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal February 24, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal February 24, 2018
Sat, February, 24, 2018
How Kennedy country became Trump country, companies are paying workers to get better with money, and how the Olympics can teach you to win at life.
Is Anti-Trump Message Enough to Carry Dems in 2018? Is Anti-Trump Message Enough to Carry Dems in 2018?
Tue, January, 30, 2018
Caitlin Huey-Burns from RealClearPolitics discusses the state of the party and what it should consider moving forward.
Side Benefit to Amazon's Headquarters Contest: Local Expertise Side Benefit to Amazon's Headquarters Contest: Local Expertise
Tue, January, 30, 2018
Nick Wingfield from The New York Times explains how Amazon gained hidden benefits from the sweepstakes to host its second headquarters.
State of the Union 2018 Viewer's Guide State of the Union 2018 Viewer's Guide
Tue, January, 30, 2018
Paul Singer from USA Today breaks down what to watch for in tonight's address.
How Democrats Stopped Worrying and Learned to Accept Trump's Wall How Democrats Stopped Worrying and Learned to Accept Trump's Wall
Thu, January, 25, 2018
Russell Berman from The Atlantic tells Gordon Deal how recent immigration concerns shifted how Democrats view Trump's wall.
Unlike the North, Many in the South See the U.S. Tax Plan as Good News Unlike the North, Many in the South See the U.S. Tax Plan as Good News
Thu, January, 25, 2018
Cameron McWhirter from the Wall Street Journal breaks down why some think the old code favored residents in high-tax states.
FBI text messages lost because of 'misconfiguration issues' that perplex security analysts FBI text messages lost because of 'misconfiguration issues' that perplex security analysts
Thu, January, 25, 2018
Jeff Mordock from the Washington Times explains why Republicans are calling foul on the FBI.
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.