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Robots, Mood Enhancers, and Scooters: Top Consumer Trends for 2020 Robots, Mood Enhancers, and Scooters: Top Consumer Trends for 2020
Mon, January, 20, 2020
Jennifer Kushinka chats with Ellen Byron of the WSJ about these top consumer trends for 2020, and how technology is yet again playing an enormous role.
Restaurants are all in on plant-based burgers. Except McDonald's Restaurants are all in on plant-based burgers. Except McDonald's
Mon, January, 20, 2020
McDonald's has lagged behind in rolling out plant-based burgers. The Washington Post's Laura Reiley explains why, along with the challenges McDonald's faces if they choose to introduce the increasingly popular plant-based items.
What Trump Needs to Do to Earn an A in Economics What Trump Needs to Do to Earn an A in Economics
Mon, January, 20, 2020
Peter Morici, economist and business professor at the University of Maryland, details what Trump can do in 2020 to improve the economy even more, and explains why the middle-class should be very excited.
When Titles Are Tarnished by Cheating but Not Taken Away When Titles Are Tarnished by Cheating but Not Taken Away
Fri, January, 17, 2020
Joe Drape from the New York Times explains why he thinks more discipline should befall the teams caught up in the sign-stealing scandal.
Chief Justice John Roberts' impeachment trial role: speak softly, set a good example Chief Justice John Roberts' impeachment trial role: speak softly, set a good example
Fri, January, 17, 2020
Chief Justice John Roberts will be doing his best to show impartiality during the impeachment trial. Richard Wolf from USA Today takes us behind the scenes.
Red line warning: Threats dare adversaries to test will of presidents, risk backfiring politically Red line warning: Threats dare adversaries to test will of presidents, risk backfiring politically
Fri, January, 17, 2020
Ben Wolfgang from the Washington Times takes an in-depth look at why redline warnings rarely work.
Iowa Race Is Fluid as Democrats Gather for Debate Iowa Race Is Fluid as Democrats Gather for Debate
Wed, January, 15, 2020
Which Democrat will come out on top in Iowa? Ken Thomas from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look.
New Hampshire Voters Are Still Weighing Their Picks as Democratic Primary Looms New Hampshire Voters Are Still Weighing Their Picks as Democratic Primary Looms
Wed, January, 15, 2020
With no apparent front-runner, Democratic voters across the country are torn. Sabrina Siddiqui from the Wall Street Journal talked to potential voters in New Hampshire.
How the U.S. and China Settled on a Trade Deal Neither Wanted How the U.S. and China Settled on a Trade Deal Neither Wanted
Wed, January, 15, 2020
The Wall Street Journal's Bob Davis and Gordon Deal discuss phase one of the new U.S. China trade deal.
Once overlooked, Bernie Sanders now has momentum. Here's why his camp thinks this time, he can win Once overlooked, Bernie Sanders now has momentum. Here's why his camp thinks this time, he can win
Tue, January, 14, 2020
Bernie Sanders is riding a wave of momentum into the 2020 election. Joey Garrison from USA Today explains why his camp thinks this time he can win.
Cutting the cord: As prices go up, here's how you can still save money streaming Cutting the cord: As prices go up, here's how you can still save money streaming
Tue, January, 14, 2020
Cutting the cord may not be the big money saver it used to be. Mike Snider from USA Today takes a look at what is behind the rise in cost.
An Overlooked Danger: School Shootings After Hours An Overlooked Danger: School Shootings After Hours
Tue, January, 14, 2020
Mitch Smith from the New York Times takes a deep dive into the overlooked shootings rocking school districts.
Hackers on the other side of the world can take control of your vehicle Hackers on the other side of the world can take control of your vehicle
Mon, January, 13, 2020
Phoebe Wall Howard from the Detroit Free Press breaks down how vulnerable your car is to hackers.
Targeted House Democrats push for policy wins amid impeachment uproar Targeted House Democrats push for policy wins amid impeachment uproar
Mon, January, 13, 2020
House Democrats are hoping to use policy wins in battleground states. JulieGrace Brufke from The Hill and Gordon Deal discuss.
Sense of foreboding darkens Democratic primary Sense of foreboding darkens Democratic primary
Mon, January, 13, 2020
David Siders from POLITICO explains why distress seems to be hanging over Iowa as Democrats try to decide which candidate has the best chance of defeating President Trump.
Co-Parenting Sites Skip Love and Marriage, Go Right to the Baby Carriage Co-Parenting Sites Skip Love and Marriage, Go Right to the Baby Carriage
Fri, January, 10, 2020
Want a baby, but don't want the hassle of dating? Julie Jargon from the Wall Street Journal says there is an app for that.
'Wars cost': Veterans have a message as tensions reach a 12-year high in the Middle East 'Wars cost': Veterans have a message as tensions reach a 12-year high in the Middle East
Fri, January, 10, 2020
What steps would combat veterans take when dealing with Iran. Donovan Slack from USA Today has the story.
Roberts would hold the gavel, but not the power, at Trump impeachment trial Roberts would hold the gavel, but not the power, at Trump impeachment trial
Fri, January, 10, 2020
Todd Ruger from Roll Call tracks what power Chief Justice John Roberts would have over President Trump's impeachment trial.
What investors should watching in times of geopolitical turmoil What investors should watching in times of geopolitical turmoil
Wed, January, 8, 2020
Should you be worried about your retirement savings in time of geopolitical turmoil? Jonathan Clements from Humbledollar and Gordon Deal discuss.
'Low-hanging fruit': Trump properties add to security woes amid Tehran tensions 'Low-hanging fruit': Trump properties add to security woes amid Tehran tensions
Wed, January, 8, 2020
Dave Boyer from the Washington Times explains why security experts are worried the President's properties across the globe could become attractive terrorist targets.
What it's like to be under fire in Iraq What it's like to be under fire in Iraq
Wed, January, 8, 2020
USAF Veteran Sam Peters joined us this morning with a look at what it's like to be under fire in Iraq.
Dems ask SCOTUS to save Obamacare. How will this play out? Dems ask SCOTUS to save Obamacare. How will this play out?
Tue, January, 7, 2020
Will the Supreme Court finally take up the future of Obamacare? Seth Denson from GDP Advisors explains how this could affect healthcare.
Schools Seek Ways to Curb Vaping Among Students Schools Seek Ways to Curb Vaping Among Students
Tue, January, 7, 2020
The rise of teen vaping has become a nightmare for schools. Tawnell Hobbs from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Why the U.S. needed to kill Qassem Soleimani Why the U.S. needed to kill Qassem Soleimani
Tue, January, 7, 2020
Republican Congressman Guy Reschenthaler joins Gordon Deal to discuss why the U.S. needed to kill Qassem Soleimani.
Everything Must Go: Record Pace of Shut Stores Fuels Business for 'the Closers' Everything Must Go: Record Pace of Shut Stores Fuels Business for 'the Closers'
Mon, January, 6, 2020
A record pace of store closings has fueled the rise of "Closers." We get the story from the Wall Street Journal's Chip Cutter.