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9 ways to make bank with college scholarships 9 ways to make bank with college scholarships
Wed, July, 26, 2017
CNBC's Kelli Grant explains how cut into those ballooning college costs.
What can parents learn from the new CTE study? What can parents learn from the new CTE study?
Wed, July, 26, 2017
Dr. Brandon Brock from Cerebrum Health Center explains the latest study looking into chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE.
What's next for health care? What's next for health care?
Wed, July, 26, 2017
The GOP landed a split decision on health care yesterday. Kimberly Leonard from the Washington Examiner breaks down whats next.
Will there be meaningful change to health care? Will there be meaningful change to health care?
Wed, July, 26, 2017
Is a meaningful health care change on its way? Roger Abramson from Ameriflex has a look at yesterday's votes.
In Reversal, Colleges Rein In Tuition In Reversal, Colleges Rein In Tuition
Tue, July, 25, 2017
Josh Mitchell from the Wall Street Journal breaks down how colleges are reining in tuition costs.
Baltimore Homicide Rate Has Officials Pointing Fingers Baltimore Homicide Rate Has Officials Pointing Fingers
Tue, July, 25, 2017
What is behind Baltimore's rising murder rate? The Wall Street Journal's Scott Calvert has a look.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Once in political shadows, now in White House spotlight Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Once in political shadows, now in White House spotlight
Tue, July, 25, 2017
Ledyard King from USA Today joined us with a look at Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Democrats Pitch Populist Election Agenda Democrats Pitch Populist Election Agenda
Tue, July, 25, 2017
Democrats are trying to relaunch their brand. Natalie Andrews from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Schools Get Serious About Lunch Money Schools Get Serious About Lunch Money
Mon, July, 24, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Tawnell Hobbs explains the problem schools are facing when collecting lunch money debts.
Keeping Tour de France Bikes Safe Takes More Than a Chain Keeping Tour de France Bikes Safe Takes More Than a Chain
Mon, July, 24, 2017
How do you prevent thefts at events like the Tour de France? Joshua Robinson from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
The county that gave Clinton only 5 votes The county that gave Clinton only 5 votes
Mon, July, 24, 2017
Reid Wilson from This Hill has a look at what how politics is dividing the country.
Could Tech Nerf North Korea? Could Tech Nerf North Korea?
Mon, July, 24, 2017
Tech Analyst Rob Enderle breaks down how tech might be able help when it comes to North Korea.
People Don't Exercise Much More Even If You Pay Them to Go to the Gym People Don't Exercise Much More Even If You Pay Them to Go to the Gym
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Would you exercise more if you were paid to go to the gym? The Wall Street Journal's Ben Leubsdorf spoke with This Morning's Gordon Deal.
Why Obamacare Passed but the GOP Health Bill Failed Why Obamacare Passed but the GOP Health Bill Failed
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Lack of bipartisanship support and unpopularity among many Americans are some of the notable similarities between Obamacare and the current GOP health bill proposal. The Wall Street Journal's Naftali Bendavid discusses why Obamacare passed as the GOP health bill failed.
50 Years after Riots, Detroit Continues to Shrink as Downtown Grows 50 Years after Riots, Detroit Continues to Shrink as Downtown Grows
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Downtown Detroit, in spite of a documented history of riots and filings of bankruptcy, is making a resurgence among millennials, as the rest of the inner city continues to shrink. Wall Street Journal Politics and Data reporter Dante Chinni has more.
Health care collapse a blow to McConnell Health care collapse a blow to McConnell
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Politico's John Bresnahan joins us to break down how the latest health care bill collapse impacts Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the rest of the GOP agenda moving forward.
Red Cross Facing Critical Blood Facing Critical Blood Shortage Issues Emergency Appeal for Donors Red Cross Facing Critical Blood Facing Critical Blood Shortage Issues Emergency Appeal for Donors
Wed, July, 19, 2017
The Red Cross is facing a critical blood shortage. Cliff Numark from American Red Cross explains.
As workouts intensify, a harmful side effect grows more common As workouts intensify, a harmful side effect grows more common
Wed, July, 19, 2017
Anahad O'Connor from the New York Times explains the harmful side effect or more intense workouts.
Russia election meddling controversy swinging past voters in swing states Russia election meddling controversy swinging past voters in swing states
Wed, July, 19, 2017
Do swing voters care about Russia? Dan Boylan from the Washington Times has a look.
While Health Care Divides the Party, Republicans Hope Tax Cuts Will Unite While Health Care Divides the Party, Republicans Hope Tax Cuts Will Unite
Wed, July, 19, 2017
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal explains why the GOP hopes tax reform can unite the party.
As companies relocate to big cities, suburban towns are left scrambling As companies relocate to big cities, suburban towns are left scrambling
Tue, July, 18, 2017
Jonathan O'Connell from the Washington Post has a look at the problems that come with relocating businesses.
Bugs, the New Frontier in Housecleaning Bugs, the New Frontier in Housecleaning
Tue, July, 18, 2017
Housecleaning companies are taking aim at household pests. Ellen Byron from the Wall Street Journal explains.
The big tax questions facing the Big Six The big tax questions facing the Big Six
Tue, July, 18, 2017
The Washington Examiner's Joseph Lawler has a look at big tax questions facing the Big Six.
America's Lust for Bacon Is Pushing Pork Belly Prices to Records America's Lust for Bacon Is Pushing Pork Belly Prices to Records
Tue, July, 18, 2017
Bacon madness is pushing up the price of Pork Belly's. Benjamin Parkin from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
How to make $3,000 a day renting your house for film shoots How to make $3,000 a day renting your house for film shoots
Mon, July, 17, 2017
Want to make $3,000 a day without lifting a finger? Leslie Albrecht from MarketWatch has the story.