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Trump's Racially Charged Tweets Highlight Challenges for Democratic Party Trump's Racially Charged Tweets Highlight Challenges for Democratic Party
Wed, July, 17, 2019
What party has the biggest challenge when it comes to the President's "go back" tweets? The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib gives us a look.
Here's what it takes to make money as social media 'influencer' Here's what it takes to make money as social media 'influencer'
Wed, July, 17, 2019
Jefferson Graham from USA Today and Gordon Deal discuss what it takes to make money as social media "influencer."
'Go Back' Message Deepens Immigration-Debate Wounds 'Go Back' Message Deepens Immigration-Debate Wounds
Wed, July, 17, 2019
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal explains how President Trump's tweets have further split the immigration debate.
'His own fiefdom': Mulvaney builds 'an empire for the right wing' as Trump's chief of staff 'His own fiefdom': Mulvaney builds 'an empire for the right wing' as Trump's chief of staff
Tue, July, 16, 2019
White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has built himself a right-wing empire. Lisa Rein from the Washington Post has the story.
Three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field Three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field
Tue, July, 16, 2019
James Pindell from the Boston Globe gives us a look at events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field.
What would happen to someone who is caught in an ICE raid? What would happen to someone who is caught in an ICE raid?
Tue, July, 16, 2019
Immigration Attorney Harry DeMell and Gordon Deal discuss what happens to someone who is caught in an ICE raid.
Do I want to work for that CEO? New rules show the gap between chief executive, worker pay Do I want to work for that CEO? New rules show the gap between chief executive, worker pay
Tue, July, 9, 2019
With the upcoming 2020 election expect the pay-gap to become a focal point. Russ Wiles from the Arizona Republic joins us with the latest.
Democrats Push Left, but Need Moderate Swing States Democrats Push Left, but Need Moderate Swing States
Tue, July, 9, 2019
Are Democrats moving too far the left for swing state voters? Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
Affordable Care Act threatened as Trump administration, GOP states fight US House, Democratic states in court Affordable Care Act threatened as Trump administration, GOP states fight US House, Democratic states in court
Tue, July, 9, 2019
Has the ACA fought its last battle? Richard Wolf from USA Today has the story.
As Border Crisis Worsens, a Detention Center Designed for Children Has None As Border Crisis Worsens, a Detention Center Designed for Children Has None
Mon, July, 8, 2019
Detention centers designed for children are going unused as others reach capacity. Alicia Caldwell from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Why the White House Wants to Get Citizenship Question on Census Why the White House Wants to Get Citizenship Question on Census
Mon, July, 8, 2019
Jess Bravin from the Wall Street Journal breaks down the reasons behind the President's push to get the citizenship question on the census.
The legacy of the U.S. Women's World Cup team The legacy of the U.S. Women's World Cup team
Mon, July, 8, 2019
Soccer analyst Glenn Crooks and soccer fanatic Gordon Deal take a look at the legacy of the U.S. Women's World Cup team.
'War on math': Budget hawks outraged there isn't more outrage over deficit 'War on math': Budget hawks outraged there isn't more outrage over deficit
Mon, July, 8, 2019
Have budget hawks like the Freedom Caucus become complacent? James Varney from the Washington Times asks where has all the outrage gone?
Unhappy With Their 2016 Coronation, the Democrats Start a 2020 Circus Unhappy With Their 2016 Coronation, the Democrats Start a 2020 Circus
Fri, July, 5, 2019
Tim Alberta from POLITICO breaks down the frenzied 2020 Democratic race thus far, as they search for a candidate for the 2020 presidential election.
6 Things We Won't Be Able to Live Without in 2035 6 Things We Won't Be Able to Live Without in 2035
Fri, July, 5, 2019
Tech Analyst Rob Enderle forecasts technological advancements in the next 15 years and predicts what will be the most impactful things.
White House faces time crunch with Trump's top Pentagon pick White House faces time crunch with Trump's top Pentagon pick
Fri, July, 5, 2019
The Hill's Ellen Mitchell talks about the pressure the White House is facing in trying to cement Trump's top pick for the Pentagon.
Which Career Is Best For You? The Clues Lie in Your College Sport Which Career Is Best For You? The Clues Lie in Your College Sport
Fri, July, 5, 2019
Hilary Potkewitz of the Wall St Journal draws the connection between college athletes and the jobs that will best suit them based off of their sport.
Which Career Is Best For You? The Clues Lie in Your College Sport Which Career Is Best For You? The Clues Lie in Your College Sport
Fri, July, 5, 2019
Hilary Potkewitz of the Wall St Journal draws the connection between college athletes and the jobs that will best suit them based off of their sport.
The rise of the only child: How America is coming around to the idea of 'just one' The rise of the only child: How America is coming around to the idea of 'just one'
Mon, July, 1, 2019
More American families are embracing the only child. Caitlin Gibson from the Washington Post has the story.
Afraid of Missing the Next School Shooter, One Prosecutor Charged 216 Kids. Now He's Rethinking Afraid of Missing the Next School Shooter, One Prosecutor Charged 216 Kids. Now He's Rethinking
Mon, July, 1, 2019
Dan Frosch from the Wall Street Journal explains how the fear of school shootings has led to some regrettable decisions for one prosecutor.
What's next after Trump and Kim meet? What's next after Trump and Kim meet?
Mon, July, 1, 2019
Will the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jung Un lead anywhere? Jonathan Cheng from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look.
Coming to London: Yankees vs. Red Sox vs. the Great British Summer Coming to London: Yankees vs. Red Sox vs. the Great British Summer
Fri, June, 28, 2019
Baseball is crossing the pond with the Yankees and Red Sox playing in London this weekend, but The Wall Street Journal's Jared Diamond explains to Gordon how it doesn't make much sense for the MLB.
Lesser-known candidates claw for the spotlight in Democratic debate Lesser-known candidates claw for the spotlight in Democratic debate
Fri, June, 28, 2019
Listen as the Washington Post's Chelsea Janes tells Gordon how some under the radar candidates are desperately trying to get their name known in the Democratic debates.
The Soccer Team Built to Beat the U.S. The Soccer Team Built to Beat the U.S.
Fri, June, 28, 2019
The U.S. women's soccer team is the favorite to win the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. However, with a big match looming, The Wall Street Journal's Joshua Robinson tells Jennifer Kushinka why France might be the team to knock them off.
This is the most regrettable college major in America This is the most regrettable college major in America
Fri, June, 28, 2019
No regrets? Not for many recent college graduates. Listen as MarketWatch's Catey Hill tells Gordon what many former students regret about their college experience.