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Inflation Is Easing-or Is It? The Fed's Next Headache Inflation Is Easing-or Is It? The Fed's Next Headache
Tue, November, 22, 2022
Is inflation easing? Megan Cassella from Barron's joined America's First News with a look.
What voters told Republicans in the midterm elections What voters told Republicans in the midterm elections
Tue, November, 22, 2022
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down what Republicans need to take away from the midterm elections.
Inside Kevin McCarthy's math problem to becoming Speaker Inside Kevin McCarthy's math problem to becoming Speaker
Tue, November, 22, 2022
Kevin McCarthy may not have the numbers he needs to become House Speaker. Emily Brooks from The Hill has the story.
How Meth Worsened the Fentanyl Crisis. 'We Are in a Different World.' How Meth Worsened the Fentanyl Crisis. 'We Are in a Different World.'
Thu, November, 17, 2022
The powerful stimulant methamphetamine is compounding the fentanyl epidemic. Jon Kamp from the Wall Street Journal take us behind the headline.
McCarthy backed for speaker, but has work to do before January McCarthy backed for speaker, but has work to do before January
Thu, November, 17, 2022
Despite receiving the nomination for House Speaker, Kevin McCarthy has a long row to hoe before the floor election in January. Lindsey McPherson from CQ Roll Call has the story.
Biden survives midterm elections, though his agenda's fate is unclear Biden survives midterm elections, though his agenda's fate is unclear
Thu, November, 17, 2022
President Biden survived the midterms but will have to adjust his agenda going forward. Hear the latest from the Washington Examiner's James Antle.
How to lure employees back to the office How to lure employees back to the office
Wed, November, 16, 2022
Real estate professional Sam Lieberman joined America's First News with a look at how companies might be able to lure employees back to the office.
Voters of color did move to the right - just not at the rates predicted Voters of color did move to the right - just not at the rates predicted
Wed, November, 16, 2022
Voters of color moved to the right during the midterms. Marissa Martinez from POLITICO has the story.
Why Independent Voters Broke for Democrats in the Midterms Why Independent Voters Broke for Democrats in the Midterms
Wed, November, 16, 2022
Aaron Zitner from the Wall Street Journal breaks down why Independent voters leaned toward Democrats.
The World Cup Begins Next Week. The Protests Have Been Under Way for Years The World Cup Begins Next Week. The Protests Have Been Under Way for Years
Tue, November, 15, 2022
Josh Robinson of the Wall Street Journal breaks down the years of controversy around Qatar's World Cup.
Extreme Candidates and Positions Came Back to Bite in Midterms Extreme Candidates and Positions Came Back to Bite in Midterms
Tue, November, 15, 2022
Jonathan Weisman of the New York Times discusses how extreme candidates faired in the midterm elections with Gordon Deal.
Rude Behavior is Contagious and, on the Rise Rude Behavior is Contagious and, on the Rise
Tue, November, 15, 2022
There is a rise in toxic behavior towards low wage retail employees. Emily Peck of Axios has the details.
Republicans Fret Over Trump - But Will the Former President be Dethroned Republicans Fret Over Trump - But Will the Former President be Dethroned
Tue, November, 15, 2022
Washington Examiner's David Drucker explains the Republican's frustration with former President Trump.
Falling Gas-Tax Revenues Prompt Cash-Strapped States to Eye Mileage Fees for Electric Vehicles Falling Gas-Tax Revenues Prompt Cash-Strapped States to Eye Mileage Fees for Electric Vehicles
Mon, November, 14, 2022
Washington Post's Sean Salai explains to Gordon Deal how states plan to make up losses to falling gas tax revenues.
Is the Dress Code Dead? Young Employees are Wearing Crop Tops at Work Is the Dress Code Dead? Young Employees are Wearing Crop Tops at Work
Mon, November, 14, 2022
Do people care about dress codes anymore? Career strategist Julie Bauke shares the details with Gordon Deal.
How to Avoid Falling for and Spreading Misinformation Online How to Avoid Falling for and Spreading Misinformation Online
Mon, November, 14, 2022
What steps can we take to avoid spreading misinformation online? Heather Kelly of the Washington Post has the details.
What Will Pelosi Do Now? 'The Choice is Hers to Make' What Will Pelosi Do Now? 'The Choice is Hers to Make'
Mon, November, 14, 2022
With a return to House Majority leader looking unlikely what's next for Nancy Pelosi? Find out more with the Hill's Mike Lillis
Covid's Drag on the Workforce Proves Persistent. 'It Sets Us Back.' Covid's Drag on the Workforce Proves Persistent. 'It Sets Us Back.'
Thu, November, 10, 2022
Covid is still dragging down America's workforce. Gwynn Guilford from the Wall Street Journal brings us the latest.
Florida shifts from swing state to solid GOP Florida shifts from swing state to solid GOP
Thu, November, 10, 2022
Has Florida officially moved from swing state to GOP stronghold? Max Greenwood from The Hill has the story.
'Not a repudiation': Joe Biden holds off red wave, gets unexpected boost from midterm election 'Not a repudiation': Joe Biden holds off red wave, gets unexpected boost from midterm election
Thu, November, 10, 2022
President Biden and the Democrats held off a red wave. Maureen Groppe from USA Today gives us a look behind the headline.
Recapping Election Night in Georgia Recapping Election Night in Georgia
Wed, November, 9, 2022
Tony McIntosh from WRGA in Rome, Georgia explains what's next as the Senate race looks to be heading to a runoff.
Recapping Election Night in Ohio Recapping Election Night in Ohio
Wed, November, 9, 2022
Chris Oaks from WFIN in Findlay, Ohio joined us with a look at election night in the Buckeye state.
How a red wave may have become a How a red wave may have become a "red trickle"
Wed, November, 9, 2022
What happened to the GOP's red wave? James Antle from the Washington Examiner has the story.
Takeaways from the Midterm Elections Takeaways from the Midterm Elections
Wed, November, 9, 2022
What can we take away from the midterm elections? Eliza Collins from the Wall Street Journal has the latest.
Election 2022 - Political Candidates Choke on Food, Drink Issues: Crudités, Corn Husks, Ice in Beer Election 2022 - Political Candidates Choke on Food, Drink Issues: Crudités, Corn Husks, Ice in Beer
Tue, November, 8, 2022
Candidates stumbled through food gaffs and drink issues leading up to the midterms. Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal takes us behind the headline.