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The latest on the Health Care negotiations The latest on the Health Care negotiations
Fri, March, 24, 2017
Mike Lillis from The Hill joins us with the latest on the health care negotiations.
In Trump Country, Health-Care Overhaul Has Support, But Cost Is a Worry In Trump Country, Health-Care Overhaul Has Support, But Cost Is a Worry
Fri, March, 24, 2017
Do Trump supporters back the health-care overhaul push? The Wall Street Journal's Dante Chinni has a look.
What everybody forgets about Obamacare What everybody forgets about Obamacare
Fri, March, 24, 2017
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance says that health-care was in danger long before Obamacare came along.
What's Giving Businesses Confidence? Here's What They Expect What's Giving Businesses Confidence? Here's What They Expect
Wed, March, 22, 2017
Businesses are more confident about the future. Josh Zumbrun from the Wall Street Journal explains.
Endless Snow Cheers Skiers But Has Downsides in California's Sierra Nevada Endless Snow Cheers Skiers But Has Downsides in California's Sierra Nevada
Wed, March, 22, 2017
Endless snow has not made California's ski season that much fun. Jim Carlton from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Team Trump Meets a Messy World Team Trump Meets a Messy World
Wed, March, 22, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib breaks down the stress America's allies are facing right now.
Will Scalia's legacy live on in Neil Gorsuch? Will Scalia's legacy live on in Neil Gorsuch?
Wed, March, 22, 2017
Will Antonin Scalia's legacy live on in Neil Gorsuch? Richard Wolf from USA Today has a look.
What's Attacking the Web? A Security Camera in a Colorado Laundromat What's Attacking the Web? A Security Camera in a Colorado Laundromat
Tue, March, 21, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Drew Fitzgerald breaks down the security failures keeping the web vulnerable.
GOP Group Ramps Up Campaign to Prevent Midterm Losses GOP Group Ramps Up Campaign to Prevent Midterm Losses
Tue, March, 21, 2017
GOP group's look toward midterm elections. Reid Epstein from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Analysis of James Comey Testimony Analysis of James Comey Testimony
Tue, March, 21, 2017
FBI Director James Comey came before the House Intelligence Committee yesterday. Patrick Tucker from Defense One has a look.
Analysis of James Comey Testimony Analysis of James Comey Testimony
Tue, March, 21, 2017
Aaron Blake from the Washington Post joins us with analysis of James Comey's testimony.
U.S. Cities Battle Each Other for Jobs With $45 Billion in Incentives U.S. Cities Battle Each Other for Jobs With $45 Billion in Incentives
Mon, March, 20, 2017
Cities are battling each other for billion dollar incentives. Ruth Simon from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
One Beneficiary of GOP's Tax Bill: President Trump One Beneficiary of GOP's Tax Bill: President Trump
Mon, March, 20, 2017
The Wall Street Journals's Richard Rubin explains a major beneficiary of the GOP's tax bill.
Why Are Basketball Games So Squeaky? Consider the Spiny Lobster Why Are Basketball Games So Squeaky? Consider the Spiny Lobster
Mon, March, 20, 2017
Why are basketball games so squeaky? John Branch from the New York Times has a look.
Top Dems prep for future while out of the spotlight Top Dems prep for future while out of the spotlight
Mon, March, 20, 2017
Ben Kamisar from The Hill breaks down who could emerge as the face of the Democrats after recent defeats.
Americans will bet $10 billion on March Madness - but only 3% of that is legal Americans will bet $10 billion on March Madness - but only 3% of that is legal
Fri, March, 17, 2017
Maria Lamagna from MarketWatch explains why your March Madness pool is probably illegal.
Who can parents trust to do the right thing? Who can parents trust to do the right thing?
Fri, March, 17, 2017
Polly Franks, Child Sex Abuse Victim Advocate, has a sobering look at who can parents can trust to do the right thing?
Search for Cities With Good Jobs, Affordable Housing Proves Tricky Search for Cities With Good Jobs, Affordable Housing Proves Tricky
Fri, March, 17, 2017
Looking for an affordable city with good jobs? The Wall Street Journal's Laura Kusisto says good luck.
Immigration Debate Masks Security Improvements on Arizona Border Immigration Debate Masks Security Improvements on Arizona Border
Fri, March, 17, 2017
Dan Frosch from the Wall Street Journal explains what Arizona ranchers on the Mexican border would rather see than a wall.
Analysis of Trump Budget Proposal Analysis of Trump Budget Proposal
Fri, March, 17, 2017
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance joins us with analysis of Trump's budget proposal.
Wall Street's Rare Feat: The Fed and Markets Are on the Same Page Wall Street's Rare Feat: The Fed and Markets Are on the Same Page
Wed, March, 15, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Steven Russolillo explains why it is rare that the Fed and financial markets are on the same page.
Rising Police Overtime Bill in Several Cities Comes Under Scrutiny Rising Police Overtime Bill in Several Cities Comes Under Scrutiny
Wed, March, 15, 2017
Rising police overtime is coming under scrutiny. Scott Calvert from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Trump to Head to Detroit as EPA Reopening Review of Fuel-Economy Targets Trump to Head to Detroit as EPA Reopening Review of Fuel-Economy Targets
Wed, March, 15, 2017
Mike Spector from the Wall Street Journal has a look at Trump's plan to appease Detroit.
Trump's first 50 days: 28 executive actions, but other goals elusive Trump's first 50 days: 28 executive actions, but other goals elusive
Tue, March, 14, 2017
The Washington Examiner's Sarah Westwood has a look at President Trump's first 50 days.
Trump's Presidency Hangs on Health Reform Trump's Presidency Hangs on Health Reform
Tue, March, 14, 2017
Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal explains why Trump's presidency hangs on health reform.