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How to prevent back to school stress How to prevent back to school stress
Fri, August, 17, 2018
Adam Russo, author and Child and Family Psychologist, says that parents can make or break the school year for their kids.
People are using wheelchairs at airports to get through security faster People are using wheelchairs at airports to get through security faster
Fri, August, 17, 2018
Maria LaMagna has the story and gives us more honest ways to speed through the airport.
Christopher Wray Tries to Steer FBI in Calm Path Through Political Storm Christopher Wray Tries to Steer FBI in Calm Path Through Political Storm
Fri, August, 17, 2018
Sadie Gurman of The Wall Street Journal breaks down the leadership style of FBI director Christopher Wray.
Space Force Proposal Comes With Little Political Risk for Trump Space Force Proposal Comes With Little Political Risk for Trump
Fri, August, 17, 2018
Andrew Clevenger, defense reporter at Roll Call, takes a look at the consequences the Trump Re-election campaign may face for its Space Force proposal.
The Average American Now Takes Less Vacation Time than a Medieval Peasant The Average American Now Takes Less Vacation Time than a Medieval Peasant
Thu, August, 16, 2018
Work until you drop. Listen as Dr. John Huber tells Gordon why the average American now takes less vacation time than medieval peasants.
Why America Should Follow France's Lead and Ban Smartphones in Schools Why America Should Follow France's Lead and Ban Smartphones in Schools
Thu, August, 16, 2018
Put the phone down and pick up a pencil. Listen as MarketWatch's Maria Lamagna tells Gordon why the U.S. should take note of France's recent ban on smartphones in schools.
"ISIS 2.0": Semi-Independent Terror Cells, Loyal to Only Radical Ideology, Plot Strikes Around World
Thu, August, 16, 2018
The war against terror isn't over. Listen as the Washington Times' Carlo Munoz tells Gordon that although Osama Bin Laden has been dead for years and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's "caliphate" in the Middle East has crumbled, the global jihadist threat continues to boil as extremists retreat underground to plot terror strikes around the world.
Banks and Retailers are Tracking How You Type, Swipe and Tap Banks and Retailers are Tracking How You Type, Swipe and Tap
Thu, August, 16, 2018
A whole new way your finger can ID you. Listen as the New York Times' Stacy Cowley tells Gordon how a phone's touchscreen sensors can track where and how you swipe your device to help determine who you are.
Business Looks to Kavanaugh to Extend Supreme Court Hot Streak Business Looks to Kavanaugh to Extend Supreme Court Hot Streak
Thu, August, 16, 2018
Listen as POLITICO's Lorraine Woellert tells Gordon that while conservative groups have chipped in millions of dollars to push Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court, business lobbies aren't promoting him as aggressively.
When Should Seniors Stop Driving? Most Never Talk to Anyone about Giving Up their Car When Should Seniors Stop Driving? Most Never Talk to Anyone about Giving Up their Car
Wed, August, 15, 2018
Most people can start driving at around 17 years old. But when should you stop driving? Listen as the USA Today's Nathan Bomey tells Gordon how seniors are being stubborn about giving up their car keys.
Ryan Zinke Takes Ax to Climate Change Narrative in Push to Save Forests from Wildfires Ryan Zinke Takes Ax to Climate Change Narrative in Push to Save Forests from Wildfires
Wed, August, 15, 2018
Protect the trees. Listen as Valerie Richardson from the Washington Times tells Gordon how Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has pressed for more active forest management while throwing cold water on the climate-first approach.
Democrats Ready to Move Past Michelle Obama's Democrats Ready to Move Past Michelle Obama's "Go High" Message
Wed, August, 15, 2018
Forget taking the high road. Listen as The Hill's Mike Lillis tells Gordon how Democrats are embracing Michael Avenatti's call for the party to get more aggressive in the Trump era and hit back harder than the GOP when responding to attacks.
Across the U.S., the Spaceport Race is On Across the U.S., the Spaceport Race is On
Tue, August, 14, 2018
Space Race: Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Arian Campo-Flores tells Gordon how local and state officials are vying for business from the likes of SpaceX and other commercial space companies.
Trump Poses Wild Card in Farm Bill Negotiations Trump Poses Wild Card in Farm Bill Negotiations
Tue, August, 14, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Kristina Peterson tells Gordon how President Trump has indicated he prefers tighter food-stamp work requirements, which might not be able to pass the Senate.
The Latest Way Busy People are Saving Time: Hiring Someone Else to Fill Up Their Car with Gas The Latest Way Busy People are Saving Time: Hiring Someone Else to Fill Up Their Car with Gas
Tue, August, 14, 2018
Tired of going to the gas station? Listen as the Washington Post's Peter Holley tells Gordon about Yoshi, the mobile gas station that refuels your car without you ever having to leave work or home.
Past Social-Media Posts Upend Hiring Past Social-Media Posts Upend Hiring
Mon, August, 13, 2018
Be careful what you tweet. The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Feintzeig explain how old social-media posts could harm the hiring process.
Candidates Tout Careers in Espionage Candidates Tout Careers in Espionage
Mon, August, 13, 2018
There has been an uptick in candidates with backgrounds in espionage, counterterrorism, and foreign policy this campaign season. Byron Tau from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Inside a Texas Detention Facility for Immigrant Families Inside a Texas Detention Facility for Immigrant Families
Mon, August, 13, 2018
Alicia Caldwell from the Wall Street Journal takes us inside a Texas detention facility for immigrant families.
Why Chicago PD can't get more residents to identify gun violence suspects Why Chicago PD can't get more residents to identify gun violence suspects
Thu, August, 9, 2018
Chicago PD is having trouble getting residents to identify gun violence suspects. Aamer Madhani from USA Today has the story.
Paper straw maker sees 'unprecedented growth' as restaurants ditch plastic Paper straw maker sees 'unprecedented growth' as restaurants ditch plastic
Thu, August, 9, 2018
Sarah Bowman from the Indianapolis Star has a look at a paper straw maker looking to take advantage as restaurants ditch plastic.
A Year After Charlottesville, the Alt-Right Movement Frays A Year After Charlottesville, the Alt-Right Movement Frays
Thu, August, 9, 2018
Cameron McWhirter from the Wall Street Journal has a look at why a year after Charlottesville, the Alt-Right movement is slowing.
How Do You Talk to Children about the Recent Violent Crimes in Chicago? How Do You Talk to Children about the Recent Violent Crimes in Chicago?
Wed, August, 8, 2018
Listen as childcare expert Florence Ann Romano tells Jennifer Kushinka how parents should talk to their children about the recent violent crimes occurring in Chicago.
Maybe It's Time to Change Jobs Maybe It's Time to Change Jobs
Wed, August, 8, 2018
Listen as the University of Maryland's Peter Morici tells Jennifer Kushinka that with an unemployment rate below 4 percent, the time has not been better in decades to improve your circumstances by looking for a better job.
The NFL's New Safety Rule has Resulted in an Existential Crisis The NFL's New Safety Rule has Resulted in an Existential Crisis
Wed, August, 8, 2018
Keep your head up. Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Andrew Beaton tells Jennifer Kushinka about the NFL's new helmet rule imposed this offseason that has players, coaches and fans worried that football is losing what makes it great.
A Team Comfortable with Letting Trump be Trump A Team Comfortable with Letting Trump be Trump
Wed, August, 8, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib tells Jennifer Kushinka about how four top White House advisers come from different backgrounds, but have one thing in common: They are contemporaries of President Trump.