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Why the Senate's health care bill looks a lot like the House bill, and still a lot like Obamacare Why the Senate's health care bill looks a lot like the House bill, and still a lot like Obamacare
Fri, June, 23, 2017
Roger Abramson of Ameriflex tells Gordon Deal why the new health care bill from the Senate is more of the same.
Americans' saving habits improve, slightly Americans' saving habits improve, slightly
Wed, June, 21, 2017
Americans' are getting better at saving. Greg McBride from Bankrate has more.
Taking aim at the opioid crisis Taking aim at the opioid crisis
Wed, June, 21, 2017
Gordon Deal chats with Dr. Keri Donaldson from Prescient Medicine about the opioid crisis.
How a Dispute Over Costs Threatens Plan to Track Foreigners How a Dispute Over Costs Threatens Plan to Track Foreigners
Wed, June, 21, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Laura Meckler has a look at a new program to track foreigners.
Ryan Talks Up Likelihood of Tax Overhaul Ryan Talks Up Likelihood of Tax Overhaul
Wed, June, 21, 2017
Richard Rubin from the Wall Street Journal breaks down the likelihood of a tax overhaul.
Amazon World Takeover? Retailer Buys Whole Foods, What Will They Do With It? Amazon World Takeover? Retailer Buys Whole Foods, What Will They Do With It?
Mon, June, 19, 2017
Branding and Marketing Expert Dave Sutton has a look at what Amazon might do with Whole Foods.
Rural America is Stranded in the Dial-Up Age Rural America is Stranded in the Dial-Up Age
Mon, June, 19, 2017
Rural America is having trouble joining the modern economy. The Wall Street Journal's Jennifer Levitz has the story.
What May Be in the Senate's Health Bill What May Be in the Senate's Health Bill
Mon, June, 19, 2017
What may be in the Senate's health bill? Stephanie Armour from the Wall Street Journal has a look.
Mueller faces 'unique hurdles' if he wants to press obstruction case against Trump Mueller faces 'unique hurdles' if he wants to press obstruction case against Trump
Mon, June, 19, 2017
Andrea Noble from the Washington Times explains why Robert Mueller faces 'unique hurdles' if he seeks charges against Trump.
Labor shortages? Blame corporate America Labor shortages? Blame corporate America
Fri, June, 16, 2017
Who is to blame for the labor shortage that has cropped up in recent years? Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has a look.
Supreme Court weighs fate of Trump travel ban order Supreme Court weighs fate of Trump travel ban order
Fri, June, 16, 2017
Lydia Wheeler from The Hill explains how the Supreme Court might handle the fate of President Trump's travel ban.
Be civil, but don't blame incivility for attempted murder Be civil, but don't blame incivility for attempted murder
Fri, June, 16, 2017
Tim Carney from the Washington Examiner breaks down why we shouldn't blame incivility for attempted murder.
James Hodgkinson's long descent into rage James Hodgkinson's long descent into rage
Fri, June, 16, 2017
What could have caused James Hodgkinson's radical behavior? We get a profile from POLITICO's Lorraine Woellet.
How To Take An Effective Leave Of Absence, Advice for CEOs How To Take An Effective Leave Of Absence, Advice for CEOs
Wed, June, 14, 2017
Executive Coach Andrew Wittman explains the right way to take a leave of absence.
Before Repeal and Replace, Kentucky Is Dismantling Health Law Before Repeal and Replace, Kentucky Is Dismantling Health Law
Wed, June, 14, 2017
Arian-Campo-Flores from the Wall Street Journal breaks down how Kentucky is handling health-care.
The Takeaways from Jeff Sessions' Testimony The Takeaways from Jeff Sessions' Testimony
Wed, June, 14, 2017
Paul Singer from USA Today has a look at the aftermath of the Jeff Sessions testimony.
Opioid Crisis Complicates GOP's Health-Law Push Opioid Crisis Complicates GOP's Health-Law Push
Tue, June, 13, 2017
The opioid crisis is complicating the GOP's health-law push. Sharon Nunn from the Wall Street Journal explains.
Bill Cosby Trial: Jury Gets Case After Fiery Summations Bill Cosby Trial: Jury Gets Case After Fiery Summations
Tue, June, 13, 2017
Attorney Joseph Marrone breaks down the latest from the trial of Bill Cosby.
Democrats Stick to Health Care Message Amid Russian Intrigue Democrats Stick to Health Care Message Amid Russian Intrigue
Tue, June, 13, 2017
Democrat's are still hammering the health care message. Roll Call's Simone Pathe has the story.
What impact could a Fed rate hike have? What impact could a Fed rate hike have?
Tue, June, 13, 2017
Leonard Raskin from Raskin Global has a look at what impact could a Fed rate hike have?
Former House speaker John Boehner is making waves, and big bucks, with paid speeches Former House speaker John Boehner is making waves, and big bucks, with paid speeches
Mon, June, 12, 2017
USA Today's Deirdre Shesgreen has a look at John Boehner's post D.C. life.
U.K. Faces Prolonged Political Uncertainty U.K. Faces Prolonged Political Uncertainty
Mon, June, 12, 2017
After a snap election U.K. faces political uncertainty. Jason Douglas from the Wall Street Journal has the latest.
The drug crisis is now pushing up death rates for almost all groups of Americans The drug crisis is now pushing up death rates for almost all groups of Americans
Mon, June, 12, 2017
The Washington Post's Joel Achenbach explains how the drug crisis is now pushing up death rates for almost all groups of Americans.
Trump's grade on the economy drifts up to B+ Trump's grade on the economy drifts up to B+
Mon, June, 12, 2017
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down President Trump's grade no the economy.
The Struggles of Living with FSHD The Struggles of Living with FSHD
Fri, June, 9, 2017
Compass Media Networks sports announcer Chris Carrino opens up about his struggles living with FSHD, the most common form of muscular dystrophy. He created the Chris Carrino Foundation in search of a cure for FSHD. You can find his foundation online at chriscarrinofoundation.org.