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Political Donations Fueled Gordon Sondland's Rise to Ambassadorship Political Donations Fueled Gordon Sondland's Rise to Ambassadorship
Thu, November, 21, 2019
As Ambassador Sondland becomes a key witness in House impeachment hearings, Julie Bykowicz of the Wall Street Journal details how he got to his position: by donating to political candidates.
How the Epstein saga could've ended years ago
Thu, November, 21, 2019
While Jeffrey Epstein's victims struggle for justice in the wake of his death, Jane Musgrave of the Palm Beach Post tells the story of how Epstein almost faced justice years ago.
What we learned from the Sondland testimony What we learned from the Sondland testimony
Thu, November, 21, 2019
Josh Kraushaar of the National Journal gives a rundown of what Congress heard from Ambassador Gordon Sondland in his testimony on the Ukraine scandal.
Takeaways from the Gordon Sondland impeachment testimony Takeaways from the Gordon Sondland impeachment testimony
Thu, November, 21, 2019
Mike Emanuel from Fox News breaks down the Ukraine testimony from Gordon Sondland, US ambassador to the European Union.
What to consider when considering holiday layaways What to consider when considering holiday layaways
Wed, November, 20, 2019
Susan Tompor from the Detroit Free Press explains the growing trend of buying holiday gifts on layaway.
What should we make of Tuesday's news on Jeffrey Epstein's death? What should we make of Tuesday's news on Jeffrey Epstein's death?
Wed, November, 20, 2019
Following the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein's prison guards, Jeff Mordock of the Washington Times puts the news into the larger context of his death.
Why Elizabeth Warren is triggering billionaires Why Elizabeth Warren is triggering billionaires
Mon, November, 18, 2019
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains how Elizabeth Warren is triggering billionaires.
'He does nothing without a quid pro quo' 'He does nothing without a quid pro quo'
Mon, November, 18, 2019
Looking into the President's past real-estate dealings, Daniel Lippman from POLITICO, says that he does nothing without a quid pro quo.
What could we expect from this week's impeachment hearings? What could we expect from this week's impeachment hearings?
Mon, November, 18, 2019
Jim Antle from the American Conservative and Gordon Deal discuss what we can expect from the impeachment hearings this week.
Why Employees Should Not Talk Politics in the Workplace Why Employees Should Not Talk Politics in the Workplace
Fri, November, 15, 2019
Employment attorney Jonathan Bell explains why it isn't a good idea to talk about politics in the office.
The Best and Worst US Airports of 2019 The Best and Worst US Airports of 2019
Fri, November, 15, 2019
Scott McCartney of the Wall Street Journal gives a rundown of which airports offer the best experience for travelers - and which ones you should avoid.
Fewer Jobless Americans Tap Unemployment Benefits Fewer Jobless Americans Tap Unemployment Benefits
Fri, November, 15, 2019
Sarah Chaney of the Wall Street Journal breaks down the declining use of benefits by unemployed Americans.
On impeachment, dueling echo chambers mean no shared facts On impeachment, dueling echo chambers mean no shared facts
Fri, November, 15, 2019
Neal Rothschild from Axios explains how political bubbles keep Americans from reaching a consensus on impeachment.
What do average Americans think about impeachment hearings? What do average Americans think about impeachment hearings?
Thu, November, 14, 2019
GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak gives his thoughts on how the American people are reacting to the Trump impeachment hearings.
Bloomberg, Buttigieg, and the Rise of Mayors Bloomberg, Buttigieg, and the Rise of Mayors
Thu, November, 14, 2019
Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal says that the key to breaking gridlock in Washington could come from sending a mayor to the White House.
What we learned from the first day of public impeachment hearings What we learned from the first day of public impeachment hearings
Thu, November, 14, 2019
Now that the public impeachment hearings are underway, what can we take away from day one? Dave Boyer of the Washington Times gives us the rundown.
Recapping Day 1 of Public Impeachment Hearings Recapping Day 1 of Public Impeachment Hearings
Thu, November, 14, 2019
Bart Jansen of USA Today breaks down what happened on the first day of public impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill.
Climate Activists Try to Harness Young Voters' 'Existential Anxiety' Climate Activists Try to Harness Young Voters' 'Existential Anxiety'
Wed, November, 13, 2019
Eliza Collins from the Wall Street Journal explains how environmentalists are trying to turn young people's concerns about climate change into a broader movement.
Moderate Republicans building 'farm team' to recapture House Moderate Republicans building 'farm team' to recapture House
Wed, November, 13, 2019
While all the attention is on Trump's re-election bid and the Democratic primaries, Ryan Lovelace of the Washington Times details how the moderate wing of the GOP is building a movement to retake the House in 2022.
Previewing the Public Impeachment Hearings Previewing the Public Impeachment Hearings
Wed, November, 13, 2019
As impeachment proceedings get set to begin on Capitol Hill, Fox News' Mike Emanuel has a rundown of what we can expect.
What to look for on day one of public impeachment hearings What to look for on day one of public impeachment hearings
Wed, November, 13, 2019
Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal breaks down what day one of the impeachment hearings could bring.
No more fire in the kitchen: Cities are banning natural gas in homes to save the planet No more fire in the kitchen: Cities are banning natural gas in homes to save the planet
Tue, November, 12, 2019
Worried about its negative impact on the planet some cities are banning natural gas in new homes. Elizabeth Weise from USA Today explains the shift to carbon-neutral alternatives.
Myth vs. Fact: Do batteries last longer in the refrigerator? Myth vs. Fact: Do batteries last longer in the refrigerator?
Tue, November, 12, 2019
Just in time for the holiday season USA Today's David Kender and Gordon Deal break down battery myths.
Inside Football's Campaign to Save the Game Inside Football's Campaign to Save the Game
Tue, November, 12, 2019
Ken Belson from the New York Times gives us a look inside football's campaign to save the game.
DACA: Supreme Court hears case on program that protects some DREAMers DACA: Supreme Court hears case on program that protects some DREAMers
Tue, November, 12, 2019
DREAMers future in America has hit the Supreme Court. Richard Wolf from USA Today has the story.