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People Are Already Mad About Game of Thrones' Ending-And It Hasn't Even Happened Yet People Are Already Mad About Game of Thrones' Ending-And It Hasn't Even Happened Yet
Fri, May, 17, 2019
Will Game of Thrones' ending satisfy its rabid fan base? The Wall Street Journal's John Jurgensen and Gordon Deal discuss.
What if Roe v. Wade is overturned? What if Roe v. Wade is overturned?
Fri, May, 17, 2019
Dan Horn from Cincinnati Enquirer has a look at what could happen if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Who Pays the Trump Tariffs? We Do, These Americans Say Who Pays the Trump Tariffs? We Do, These Americans Say
Fri, May, 17, 2019
Who is paying for the tariffs on China? Greg Ip from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
'Oh, My God, Where Is This Going?' When Computer-Science Majors Take Improv 'Oh, My God, Where Is This Going?' When Computer-Science Majors Take Improv
Thu, May, 16, 2019
Improv is being used as a way to take techies away from their screens. Sara Castellanos from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Tight U.S. Job Market Squeezes Smallest Businesses the Most Tight U.S. Job Market Squeezes Smallest Businesses the Most
Wed, May, 15, 2019
Ruth Simon from the Wall Street Journal explains why small businesses are falling behind in this tight labor market.
Montana Governor Steve Bullock Ready for 2020 Montana Governor Steve Bullock Ready for 2020
Wed, May, 15, 2019
Another Democrat enters the 2020 race. Edward Isaac-Dovere from The Atlantic has the story.
Dems brush off unemployment rate, say Hispanics will reject Trump in 2020 Dems brush off unemployment rate, say Hispanics will reject Trump in 2020
Wed, May, 15, 2019
Will Hispanics vote for or reject Trump in 2020? Rafael Bernal from The Hill gives us a look.
The bounce of the ball that sent The bounce of the ball that sent
Tue, May, 14, 2019
Mike Lupica from The Sports Reporters podcast and Gordon Deal discuss the NBA playoffs.
Schools Question Whether They Should Keep Teaching Students to Confront Shooters Schools Question Whether They Should Keep Teaching Students to Confront Shooters
Tue, May, 14, 2019
Should schools change how they teach students to deal with shooters? Tawnell Hobbs from the Wall Street Journal has the latest.
Trump's go-it-alone approach on trade, immigration poses economic risks Trump's go-it-alone approach on trade, immigration poses economic risks
Tue, May, 14, 2019
Will President Trump's go-it-alone approach coast him? The Washington Post's Damian Paletta has the story.
Why a Trade Deal with China Could Put Our National Security at Risk Why a Trade Deal with China Could Put Our National Security at Risk
Tue, May, 14, 2019
University of Maryland's Peter Morici explains why the United States should walk away from trading with China.
Like a Boss: A College Course for First-Time Managers Like a Boss: A College Course for First-Time Managers
Mon, May, 13, 2019
Chip Cutter from the Wall Street Journal explains how a college course at Wharton is preparing first-time managers.
Should private guards be used more in schools? Should private guards be used more in schools?
Mon, May, 13, 2019
Should private guards be used more in schools? USA Today's Erin Richards has a look at what experts are saying.
Video games are a 'great equalizer' for people with disabilities Video games are a 'great equalizer' for people with disabilities
Mon, May, 13, 2019
Video games are helping people with disabilities make connections. Ed Baig from USA Today has the story.
With Durant out, the Rockets need to seize the moment With Durant out, the Rockets need to seize the moment
Fri, May, 10, 2019
Mitch Albom from The Sports Reporters podcast and Gordon Deal discuss the latest going on in the NBA playoffs.
Trump is losing his trade war with China Trump is losing his trade war with China
Fri, May, 10, 2019
Is President Trump losing the trade war with China? Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down what's going on.
11 days. 3 mass shootings. 3 heroes. What makes some risk their lives for others? 11 days. 3 mass shootings. 3 heroes. What makes some risk their lives for others?
Fri, May, 10, 2019
What makes some risk their lives for others? Joey Garrison from USA Today has the story.
Meet the Republicans pulling for Bernie Meet the Republicans pulling for Bernie
Wed, May, 8, 2019
Why are certain Republicans starting to pull for a Bernie Sanders Democratic nomination? Burgess Everett from POLITICO has the latest.
Liberals attack Biden, seeking to blunt his momentum Liberals attack Biden, seeking to blunt his momentum
Wed, May, 8, 2019
Amie Parnes from The Hill says liberals are trying to undercut Joe Biden's 2020 chances.
Trump Campaign Woos GOP Donors Who Sat Out 2016 Trump Campaign Woos GOP Donors Who Sat Out 2016
Wed, May, 8, 2019
The 2020 Trump campaign is gunning for donors it missed out on in 2016. The Wall Street Journal's Julie Bykowicz has the story.
Republicans get into the climate game Republicans get into the climate game
Wed, May, 8, 2019
Josh Siegel from the Washington Examiner explains how Republicans plan on taking over climate change.
Why the Fed could surprise, and raise rates this year Why the Fed could surprise, and raise rates this year
Mon, May, 6, 2019
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down why the Fed won't lower rates this year.
Shark Attacks Have Cape Cod On Edge Shark Attacks Have Cape Cod On Edge
Mon, May, 6, 2019
Authorities in Cape Cod are trying to figure out how to deal with an exploding shark population. Jon Kamp from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Fresh Trade Tensions Upend Market Calm Fresh Trade Tensions Upend Market Calm
Mon, May, 6, 2019
Steven Russolillo from the Wall Street Journal explains why trade tensions are upending the stock market.
It's Not Allentown. Billy Joel's Helicopter Commute Irks Long Island Neighbors It's Not Allentown. Billy Joel's Helicopter Commute Irks Long Island Neighbors
Fri, May, 3, 2019
Wall Street Journal reporter Leslie Brody has the story from Centre Island, New York where a growing number of neighbors are trying to ban Billy Joel's personal helipad.