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What does the Fed's patience mean for borrowers? What does the Fed's patience mean for borrowers?
Wed, March, 20, 2019
How will the Fed's patience affect borrowers? Greg McBride from Bankrate brings us the latest.
How social media's business model helped the New Zealand massacre go viral How social media's business model helped the New Zealand massacre go viral
Wed, March, 20, 2019
Social media's business model helped the New Zealand massacre go viral. Drew Harwell from the Washington Post has the story.
Memo to Both Parties: On Emergency and Impeachment, Beware Unintended Consequences Memo to Both Parties: On Emergency and Impeachment, Beware Unintended Consequences
Wed, March, 20, 2019
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss the unintended consequences of pushing for an emergency declaration and impeachment.
10 tips for getting accepted into college if you don't have wealthy parents 10 tips for getting accepted into college if you don't have wealthy parents
Tue, March, 19, 2019
Jillian Berman from MarketWatch and Gordon Deal discuss tips for getting accepted into college if you don't have wealthy parents.
Biggest obstacle to passage of Green New Deal? Democratic lawmakers Biggest obstacle to passage of Green New Deal? Democratic lawmakers
Tue, March, 19, 2019
The Green New Deal proposed by Democrats is being held up by Democrats. Ledyard King from USA Today has the story.
'Middle-Class Joe' rakes in millions 'Middle-Class Joe' rakes in millions
Tue, March, 19, 2019
Marc Caputo from POLITICO explains why Joe Biden's nickname "Middle-Class Joe" doesn't make much sense anymore.
The 'really smart guy' who aced SATs for rich students: 'I will always regret' the scandal The 'really smart guy' who aced SATs for rich students: 'I will always regret' the scandal
Mon, March, 18, 2019
The Tennessean's Joey Garrison has a look at the 'really smart guy' who aced SATs for rich students.
Beto O'Rourke's Past GOP Ties Could Complicate Primary Run Beto O'Rourke's Past GOP Ties Could Complicate Primary Run
Mon, March, 18, 2019
Reid Epstein from the Wall Street Journal explains why Beto O'Rourke's past could hurt skews his perception among Democrats.
Can Republicans make up any ground in New England in 2020? Can Republicans make up any ground in New England in 2020?
Mon, March, 18, 2019
Can Republicans make up any ground in New England in 2020? Simone Pathe from Roll Call has the story.
College Cheating Scandal Shows a Standardized Test Isn't Always a Fair One College Cheating Scandal Shows a Standardized Test Isn't Always a Fair One
Mon, March, 18, 2019
Has the college cheating scandal shown that standardized tests aren't always fair? Eliza Shapiro from the New York Times gives us a look.
Weekend Preview - We know Uber can track you at all times: Should they? Weekend Preview - We know Uber can track you at all times: Should they?
Fri, March, 15, 2019
Should Uber be able to track you at all times? Tech Analyst Rob Enderle joins us with more.
Inside the college prep process Inside the college prep process
Fri, March, 15, 2019
David Dillard from KD College Prep gives us a look inside the college prep process.
1 in 5 Americans isn't saving anything 1 in 5 Americans isn't saving anything
Fri, March, 15, 2019
Why are 1 in 5 Americans not saving anything? Greg McBride from Bankrate joins us with a look.
How colleges need to respond to the admissions scandal How colleges need to respond to the admissions scandal
Fri, March, 15, 2019
Corporate Communications Strategist Michael Maslansky and Gordon Deal discuss how colleges need to respond to the admissions scandal.
'I'm Addicted'; Why Food-Delivery Companies Want to Create Superusers 'I'm Addicted'; Why Food-Delivery Companies Want to Create Superusers
Wed, March, 13, 2019
Food-delivery is on a rise and companies are trying to get you hooked. Heather Haddon from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Username and Password Hell: Why the Internet Can't Keep You Logged In Username and Password Hell: Why the Internet Can't Keep You Logged In
Wed, March, 13, 2019
The Wall Street Journal's David Pierce explains what the future may hold for usernames and passwords.
What happens after Robert Mueller delivers his report? Congress braces for legal and political battles What happens after Robert Mueller delivers his report? Congress braces for legal and political battles
Wed, March, 13, 2019
What happens after Robert Mueller delivers his report? Bart Jansen from USA Today gives us a look.
In Minnesota, Rep. Ilhan Omar's comments cause pain and confusion In Minnesota, Rep. Ilhan Omar's comments cause pain and confusion
Tue, March, 12, 2019
How is Ilhan Omar's home district reacting to her latest controversy? Elise Viebeck from the Washington Post and Gordon Deal discuss.
Is This the End of Recycling? Is This the End of Recycling?
Tue, March, 12, 2019
Alana Semuels from The Atlantic gives us a look at why our recycling is ending up in the trash.
'A punch in the nose for Boeing': Second fatal crash raises questions about plane's safety 'A punch in the nose for Boeing': Second fatal crash raises questions about plane's safety
Tue, March, 12, 2019
A second fatal crash raises questions about Boeing's safety. Jorge L. Ortiz from USA Today has the story.
The Trouble With Taxing Wealth The Trouble With Taxing Wealth
Mon, March, 11, 2019
Greg Ip from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss the trouble with taxing wealth.
What does a slowdown in hiring mean for the economy? What does a slowdown in hiring mean for the economy?
Mon, March, 11, 2019
Should the latest jobs report worry you about the state of the economy? Bankrate's Mark Hamrick goes beyond the numbers.
Trump's hidden tax hikes Trump's hidden tax hikes
Mon, March, 11, 2019
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains how tariffs are nullifying the President's tax cuts.
Trump set for tumultuous ride with Congress Trump set for tumultuous ride with Congress
Mon, March, 11, 2019
Jordain Carney from The Hill sets up some of the fights heading towards President Trump in the coming weeks.
Window for Bipartisan Compromise in Washington Narrows Window for Bipartisan Compromise in Washington Narrows
Fri, March, 8, 2019
Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal explains why any hope of bipartisan compromise in D.C. is slowly dwindling.