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Why did a COVID test cost one man $54,000? Why did a COVID test cost one man $54,000?
Wed, October, 27, 2021
Why did a COVID test cost one man $54,000? Paul Seegert from PCS Advisors tries to explain why this happened.
Child care, climate change and $1.2 trillion worth of other initiatives face a Halloween deadline Child care, climate change and $1.2 trillion worth of other initiatives face a Halloween deadline
Wed, October, 27, 2021
Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill are scrambling to make a Sunday deadline to complete two big parts of President Joe Biden's economic agenda. Savannah Behrmann from USA Today has the story.
Child care, climate change and $1.2 trillion worth of other initiatives face a Halloween deadline Child care, climate change and $1.2 trillion worth of other initiatives face a Halloween deadline
Wed, October, 27, 2021
Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill are scrambling to make a Sunday deadline to complete two big parts of President Joe Biden's economic agenda. Savannah Behrmann from USA Today has the story.
Why Am I So Tired After Working Out? It Could Be 'Exercise Intolerance. Why Am I So Tired After Working Out? It Could Be 'Exercise Intolerance.
Tue, October, 26, 2021
Why are you so tired after working out? Laura Landro contributing to the Wall Street Journal explains what could be causing exercise intolerance.
Twenty-year terror war leaves U.S. military struggling to meet new challenges Twenty-year terror war leaves U.S. military struggling to meet new challenges
Tue, October, 26, 2021
A new studio shows how underprepared the U.S. military is. Mike Glenn from the Washington Times has the story.
What's still in the Dem megabill? What's still in the Dem megabill?
Tue, October, 26, 2021
Alice Ollstein from POLITICO and Gordon Deal discuss what's left in the Democrats' social spending bill.
Get ready for Grinchonomics Get ready for Grinchonomics
Mon, October, 25, 2021
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains why you're hearing about a lost holiday season.
Reconciliation standoff bottlenecks bipartisan bills Reconciliation standoff bottlenecks bipartisan bills
Mon, October, 25, 2021
Why have bipartisan bills stalled in Washington? Zach Cohen from the National Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
Children's mental health declared national emergency Children's mental health declared national emergency
Mon, October, 25, 2021
Children's mental health has entered the spotlight after dealing with the pandemic lockdowns. Leigh Richardson from The Brain Performance Center gives us more.
TSA heads into 20th anniversary with new challenge: Unruly passengers TSA heads into 20th anniversary with new challenge: Unruly passengers
Thu, October, 21, 2021
With the 20th anniversary of the TSA on the horizon, airlines are seeing a rise in unruly passengers. Alex Gangitano from The Hill has the story.
Texas Redistricting Tests Whether Minority Population Gains Will Translate Into Political Clout Texas Redistricting Tests Whether Minority Population Gains Will Translate Into Political Clout
Thu, October, 21, 2021
Will the uptick in minority residents mean additional voting clout? Aaron Zitner from the Wall Street Journal takes us behind the headline.
Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty to 2018 Parkland school massacre Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty to 2018 Parkland school massacre
Thu, October, 21, 2021
Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty to the 2018 Parkland school massacre. Attorney Andrew Lieb explains what comes next.
What you should know about mix and match vaccine boosters What you should know about mix and match vaccine boosters
Wed, October, 20, 2021
Pharmaceutical Expert Dr. Dean Fanelli explains what you should know about mix and match vaccine boosters.
Climate backfire: Coal-fired power jumps as natural gas prices soar Climate backfire: Coal-fired power jumps as natural gas prices soar
Wed, October, 20, 2021
With the climb in natural gas prices, coal-fired energy generation rose for the first time in years. Valerie Richardson from the Washington Times has the story.
Middle Class Migrants Fly to Mexico then Cross the Border Illegally Middle Class Migrants Fly to Mexico then Cross the Border Illegally
Tue, October, 19, 2021
Alicia Caldwell from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss how middle-class migrants from South America are making it across the border.
Covid-stricken states still struggle months after Biden's surge Covid-stricken states still struggle months after Biden's surge
Tue, October, 19, 2021
Did President Biden's Covid-19 response teams help slow the spread in struggling states? Erin Banco from POLITICO has the story.
Democratic retirements could make a tough midterm year even worse Democratic retirements could make a tough midterm year even worse
Tue, October, 19, 2021
Democratic retirements could make a tough midterm year even worse. Reid Wilson from The Hill brings us the latest.
Here's when the IRS can check out my bank account Here's when the IRS can check out my bank account
Mon, October, 18, 2021
How little money will it take for the IRS to peek into your bank account? Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance takes us behind the headline.
A Year After 'Defund,' Police Departments Get Their Money Back A Year After 'Defund,' Police Departments Get Their Money Back
Mon, October, 18, 2021
Police departments are seeing funding restored after a call to defund departments around the country. David Goodman from the New York Times has the story.
Why education is dominating the Virginia governor's race Why education is dominating the Virginia governor's race
Mon, October, 18, 2021
Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal gives us a look at why education is dominating the Virginia governor's race.
How the government is urging food companies and restaurants to reduce our salt consumption How the government is urging food companies and restaurants to reduce our salt consumption
Thu, October, 14, 2021
The government is urging food companies and restaurants to reduce our salt consumption. Laura Reiley from the Washington Post has the story.
Congress looks to strengthen government's aging cyber infrastructure Congress looks to strengthen government's aging cyber infrastructure
Thu, October, 14, 2021
Maggie Miller from The Hill and Gordon Deal discusses Congress's attempts to strengthen the government's aging cyber infrastructure.
Drivers wanted: U.S. supply chain can't keep on trucking Drivers wanted: U.S. supply chain can't keep on trucking
Thu, October, 14, 2021
Kerry Picket from the Washington Times gives us a look at the issues around the U.S. supply chain.