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This Morning with Gordon Deal January 14, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 14, 2020
Tue, January, 14, 2020
U.S. calls Pensacola attack terrorism, Russian hackers targeted Ukrainian company at center of impeachment, and LSU is tops in college football.
Inside the mind of a mass shooter Inside the mind of a mass shooter
Fri, November, 9, 2018
Bruce Alexander, president of Security 1 Solutions, takes a look at the tactical parallels of mass shootings.
"ISIS 2.0": Semi-Independent Terror Cells, Loyal to Only Radical Ideology, Plot Strikes Around World
Thu, August, 16, 2018
The war against terror isn't over. Listen as the Washington Times' Carlo Munoz tells Gordon that although Osama Bin Laden has been dead for years and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's "caliphate" in the Middle East has crumbled, the global jihadist threat continues to boil as extremists retreat underground to plot terror strikes around the world.
Hundreds Died in Mass Shootings in 2017. Here Are Their Stories. Hundreds Died in Mass Shootings in 2017. Here Are Their Stories.
Fri, December, 15, 2017
Rick Hampson from USA Today remembers the hundreds of Americans killed in mass shootings this year.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal December 24, 2016 This Weekend with Gordon Deal December 24, 2016
Thu, December, 22, 2016
How situational awareness can save your life in a terror attack, what you need to know about holiday gift returns, and the real story of "Winter Wonderland."
Terrorism Possible In Berlin Terrorism Possible In Berlin
Tue, December, 20, 2016
Security expert Paul Viollis gives insight into the possible terror attack in Berlin and ways to prevent them going forward.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 20, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 20, 2016
Tue, December, 20, 2016
Truck rams Berlin Christmas market, leaving at least 12 dead, Trump strikes fear into defense contractors and Salvation Army donations up 61% after Cowboy Elliott jumps into red kettle.
Europe Struggles to Harden Security in Wake of Attacks Europe Struggles to Harden Security in Wake of Attacks
Tue, November, 15, 2016
Matthew Dalton of The Wall Street on the security concerns that continue one year after the Paris terror attacks.
How authorities caught Ahmad Rahami How authorities caught Ahmad Rahami
Tue, September, 20, 2016
Terrorism Expert Robert Caltabiano explains how authorities caught Ahmed Rahami.
Weekend Bombings: Who and Why Weekend Bombings: Who and Why
Tue, September, 20, 2016
Psychologist Dr. Bart Rossi analyzes the psychological make-up of a terrorist.
Iraq Officials Face Monumental Task of Rebuilding Ramadi Iraq Officials Face Monumental Task of Rebuilding Ramadi
Mon, January, 4, 2016
WSJ reporter Matt Bradley on the uphill battle the Iraqis face rebuilding Ramadi.
Islamic State's Authentic-Looking Fake Passports Pose Threat Islamic State's Authentic-Looking Fake Passports Pose Threat
Tue, December, 29, 2015
WSJ's Matthew Dalton gives insight into the fake passport problems in Syria.
Why Do People Join ISIS? Here's What They Say When You Ask Them Why Do People Join ISIS? Here's What They Say When You Ask Them
Thu, December, 10, 2015
Patrick Tucker from DefenseOne takes an interesting dive into the surprising motivations driving homegrown and international terrorists to join ISIS.
San Bernardino Redefines Obama's Remaining Time in Office San Bernardino Redefines Obama's Remaining Time in Office
Tue, December, 8, 2015
Susan Page from USA Today assesses the impact that the San Bernardino shooting will have on President Obama's agenda in his final year in the Oval Office.
Left Wary of Obama's ISIS Escalation Left Wary of Obama's ISIS Escalation
Mon, December, 7, 2015
The Hill's Kristina Wong with reason why progressives are nervous about Obama placing ground troops in Syria.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 07, 2015 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 07, 2015
Mon, December, 7, 2015
Terror threat has 'evolved' into a new phase, Obama says, will the Fed finally raise rates now, and Santa isn't dead; newspaper says sorry for fake obituary.
Why the Coalition to Fight ISIS Could Be Doomed to Fail Why the Coalition to Fight ISIS Could Be Doomed to Fail
Thu, December, 3, 2015
Lt. Col. Scott Mann (Ret.) breaks down reasons why the anti-terror coalition may be unsuccessful in defeating ISIS.
World Leaders Push to Shore Up Anti-Terror Alliance World Leaders Push to Shore Up Anti-Terror Alliance
Tue, December, 1, 2015
Colleen McCain Nelson from the Wall Street Journal joins us from Paris to discuss yesterday's developments in the push to form an anti-terror coalition against ISIS.
How Is ISIS Still Making Money? How Is ISIS Still Making Money?
Mon, November, 30, 2015
Kathy Gilsinan from The Atlantic breaks down the revenue streams that continue to fund ISIS's terrorist activities.
Russian Airline Adds to Confusion on Cause of Plane Crash Russian Airline Adds to Confusion on Cause of Plane Crash
Tue, November, 3, 2015
James Marson in Moscow for the WSJ tries to explain what's happening with the recent Russian plan explosion.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2015 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2015
Fri, July, 17, 2015
Chattanooga shootings leave four Marines, sole gunman dead, analysis of James Holmes verdict and the most unusual campaign swag.
Analysis of Most Recent ISIS Attacks Analysis of Most Recent ISIS Attacks
Mon, June, 29, 2015
National defense expert Tony Shaffer breaks down the recent Islamic State attacks and what they mean.
Kurdish Offensive Model for Future Operations Against ISIL Kurdish Offensive Model for Future Operations Against ISIL
Mon, June, 29, 2015
Jim Michaels of USA Today on the success Kurdish forces have had against the Islamic State.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 29, 2015 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 29, 2015
Mon, June, 29, 2015
Three attacks deepen fears about Islamic State's global reach, Pride parades supercharged by court ruling on marriage and Turner enlists Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo.
How ISIS's 'Attack America' Plan Is Working How ISIS's 'Attack America' Plan Is Working
Wed, June, 24, 2015
Susan Zalkind gives insight on how ISIS is using social media to find new members.