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Two months without a North Korean missile test is a record for this year: Cause for hope? Two months without a North Korean missile test is a record for this year: Cause for hope?
Fri, November, 17, 2017
North Korean missile tests have all but gone quiet. Jim Michaels from USA Today explains if this could be a cause for hope.
Alabama Only Adds to the Unpredictable Senate Landscape Alabama Only Adds to the Unpredictable Senate Landscape
Fri, November, 17, 2017
Kimberly Railey from National Journal breaks down an unpredictable Senate landscape.
Senators make bipartisan breakthrough on background check bill Senators make bipartisan breakthrough on background check bill
Fri, November, 17, 2017
Could there be bipartisan support for background checks? Nicole Gaudiano from USA Today has the story?
How your taxes could change next year How your taxes could change next year
Fri, November, 17, 2017
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has a look at how your taxes might be changing?
Everyone Agrees That Weed Is Great, Except Politicians Everyone Agrees That Weed Is Great, Except Politicians
Wed, November, 15, 2017
According to a recent Gallup poll, most Americans believe marijuana should be legalized nationwide. But there's one important group that remains unconvinced: politicians. Harry Enten from FiveThirtyEight breaks down the story.
To Help Doug Jones, National Dems Lie Low in Alabama Senate Race To Help Doug Jones, National Dems Lie Low in Alabama Senate Race
Wed, November, 15, 2017
As the Alabama Senate race tightens following sexual misconduct allegations against GOP nominee Roy Moore, national Democrats have maintained a lower profile to help Dem nominee Doug Jones. Deborah Berry from USA Today explains the unique strategy.
Congress' Massacre Caucus Congress' Massacre Caucus
Wed, November, 15, 2017
Griffin Connolly from Roll Call looks at how members of Congress respond to a mass shooting that occurs in their district.
Democrat Jones Avoids Roy Moore Attacks as Allegations Mount Democrat Jones Avoids Roy Moore Attacks as Allegations Mount
Wed, November, 15, 2017
In the wake of the sexual misconduct allegations against Roy Moore, what is Moore's opponent, Democrat Doug Jones, saying about the Alabama GOP Senate candidate? Not much. Lisa Hagen from The Hill explains why.
Fighting Off the Harvey Weinsteins of the World Through Technology Fighting Off the Harvey Weinsteins of the World Through Technology
Tue, November, 14, 2017
Can tech help weed out the Harvey Weinsteins of the world? Tech Analyst Rob Enderle has the story.
This Sunday, Some Churchgoers May Choose to Pack Guns With Their Bibles This Sunday, Some Churchgoers May Choose to Pack Guns With Their Bibles
Tue, November, 14, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Ian Lovett says you may start seeing more guns in church.
Is your vehicle under a recall? Some ideas for getting the word out to owners Is your vehicle under a recall? Some ideas for getting the word out to owners
Tue, November, 14, 2017
Eric D. Lawrence from the Detroit Free Press breaks down some ideas to get the recall word out to car owners.
GOP Bills Remove Some of the Tax Code's Complexities GOP Bills Remove Some of the Tax Code's Complexities
Tue, November, 14, 2017
Richard Rubin from the Wall Street Journal has a look at how the GOP's tax proposals could simplify filings.
Trump's grade on the economy ticks back up to A- Trump's grade on the economy ticks back up to A-
Fri, November, 10, 2017
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down President Trump's grade on the economy.
Women racked up victories across the country Tuesday. It may be only the beginning Women racked up victories across the country Tuesday. It may be only the beginning
Fri, November, 10, 2017
Women racked up victories across the country Tuesday. Mary Jordan from the Washington Post has the story.
Democrats, GOP Spar Over Who Is to Blame for Rising Health-Insurance Premiums Democrats, GOP Spar Over Who Is to Blame for Rising Health-Insurance Premiums
Fri, November, 10, 2017
Stephanie Armour from the Wall Street Journal has a look at whats causing rising health-insurance premiums.
Election Night Analysis Election Night Analysis
Wed, November, 8, 2017
Paul Singer from USA Today has some analysis of last night's elections.
How late is too late to turn someone in for sexual assault? How late is too late to turn someone in for sexual assault?
Wed, November, 8, 2017
How late is too late to turn someone in for sexual assault? Maria Lamagna from Marketwatch says it depends on the state.
Why AR-15 style rifles are common among mass shootings Why AR-15 style rifles are common among mass shootings
Wed, November, 8, 2017
Bart Jansen from USA Today breaks down why AR-15 style rifles are common among mass shootings.
One year to the midterms: Where the 2018 races stand One year to the midterms: Where the 2018 races stand
Wed, November, 8, 2017
James Antle III from the Washington Examiner joins us with a look ahead to the 2018 races.
Campaign Asks If St. Louis Area Really Needs 91 Local Governments Campaign Asks If St. Louis Area Really Needs 91 Local Governments
Tue, November, 7, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Shayndi Raice breaks down a radical plan to consolidate the St. Louis area's multitude of local governments.
Democrats Nervously Eyeing Tight Virginia Governor's Race Democrats Nervously Eyeing Tight Virginia Governor's Race
Tue, November, 7, 2017
Janet Hook from the Wall Street Journal explains why Democrats are keeping a nervous eye on Virginia.
Why Mass Shootings Have Become Commonplace In America Why Mass Shootings Have Become Commonplace In America
Tue, November, 7, 2017
Are mass shootings becoming commonplace in America? Psychologist Dr. John Huber joins us with a look.
How can we prevent weapons from getting into the hands of the mentally ill? How can we prevent weapons from getting into the hands of the mentally ill?
Tue, November, 7, 2017
Law enforcement expert Lou Palumbo has a look at how we can prevent weapons from getting into the hands of the mentally ill.
NFL Lines Up Against Stadium Provision in Tax Plan NFL Lines Up Against Stadium Provision in Tax Plan
Mon, November, 6, 2017
A proposed removal of a tax break benefiting the NFL has owners vexed. Andrew Beaton from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Senate littered with tax reform land mines Senate littered with tax reform land mines
Mon, November, 6, 2017
Seung Min Kim from Politico breaks down how GOP Senate demands could sink a tax bill.