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Crumbling national parks: Congress looks to hike funds for repairs after years of neglect Crumbling national parks: Congress looks to hike funds for repairs after years of neglect
Fri, September, 21, 2018
Congress is trying to find away to fix crumbling national parks. Ledyard King from USA Today has the latest.
Cathedral ceilings? Big trucks and big SUVs need bigger garages Cathedral ceilings? Big trucks and big SUVs need bigger garages
Fri, September, 21, 2018
Owners of giant SUVs are finding their current garage just won't do. Phoebe Howard from the Detroit Free Press has the story.
A Year After Maria, Puerto Rico Is Pushed to Precipice A Year After Maria, Puerto Rico Is Pushed to Precipice
Fri, September, 21, 2018
Arian Campo-Flores from the Wall Street Journal has a look at the slow recovery in Puerto Rico.
Hurricane Florence Creating Housing Shortage for Displaced North Carolinians Hurricane Florence Creating Housing Shortage for Displaced North Carolinians
Wed, September, 19, 2018
Hurricane Florence has created a housing shortage for those displaced in North Carolina. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Kusisto explains.
The primaries are over, now it's on to the fall classic The primaries are over, now it's on to the fall classic
Wed, September, 19, 2018
With the primaries over D.C. gets set for the midterm elections. James W. Antle from the Washington Examiner has the story.
North Korea to Allow Outside Inspectors to Visit Missile Test Site North Korea to Allow Outside Inspectors to Visit Missile Test Site
Wed, September, 19, 2018
Jonathan Cheng from the Wall Street Journal has a look at the latest meeting between the leaders of North and South Korea.
Trump Promised a Rush of Repatriated Cash, But Company Responses Are Modest Trump Promised a Rush of Repatriated Cash, But Company Responses Are Modest
Tue, September, 18, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Richard Rubin went on the hunt for the promised rush of repatriated cash.
With N.F.L. Kickers, You Get What You Pay For With N.F.L. Kickers, You Get What You Pay For
Tue, September, 18, 2018
Why don't place kickers get much love in the NFL? Bill Pennington from the New York Times gives us a look.
Is the Senate in Play? Don't Bet on It Is the Senate in Play? Don't Bet on It
Tue, September, 18, 2018
Democrats have a good chance at the House, but the Senate might be out of reach. Josh Kraushaar from National Journal has the story.
Big Storms Leave Small Marks on the U.S. Economy Big Storms Leave Small Marks on the U.S. Economy
Tue, September, 18, 2018
Harriet Torry from the Wall Street Journal explains why big storms don't leave big marks on the economy.
Riding out the storm in SC Riding out the storm in SC
Mon, September, 17, 2018
Jimmy Watts joins us from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where he decided to ride out Hurricane Florence.
How the midterm elections will affect your pocketbook How the midterm elections will affect your pocketbook
Mon, September, 17, 2018
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance gives us a look at how the midterm elections could affect your pocketbook.
U.S. Businesses Ramp Up Lobbying Against Trump's Tariffs U.S. Businesses Ramp Up Lobbying Against Trump's Tariffs
Mon, September, 17, 2018
U.S. businesses are ramping up lobbying against the President's tariffs . Andy Duehren from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
The Jets May Be Good. This is Bad The Jets May Be Good. This is Bad
Fri, September, 14, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay explains why the New York Jets being good could be bad for him.
Waiting for Florence to arrive in SC Waiting for Florence to arrive in SC
Fri, September, 14, 2018
Kelly Golden from WSC in Charleston, South Carolina joins us with the latest on Hurricane Florence.
States Loom as a Regulatory Threat to Tech Giants States Loom as a Regulatory Threat to Tech Giants
Tue, September, 11, 2018
Tech giants are getting too big for the liking of many state's attorneys-general. John McKinnon from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Tracking the path of Hurricane Florence Tracking the path of Hurricane Florence
Tue, September, 11, 2018
The Weather Channel's Jonathan Erdman helps us get a better understanding of the path of Hurricane Florence.
What travelers should know about Hurricane Florence What travelers should know about Hurricane Florence
Tue, September, 11, 2018
Ben Mutzabaugh from USA Today joins us with what travelers should know about Hurricane Florence.
The Financial Crisis Changed Home Buying Forever The Financial Crisis Changed Home Buying Forever
Mon, September, 10, 2018
Christina Rexrode from the Wall Street Journal explains how the financial crisis changed home buying forever.
More U.S. Cities Brace for 'Inevitable' Hackers More U.S. Cities Brace for 'Inevitable' Hackers
Mon, September, 10, 2018
Is your city prepared for a hacker attack? Jon Kamp from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
What does the strong jobs report mean for the economy, wages? What does the strong jobs report mean for the economy, wages?
Mon, September, 10, 2018
Mark Hamrick from Bankrate gives us a look at the latest jobs report.
Trump holds 'Make America Great Again' rally in Billings, Montana Trump holds 'Make America Great Again' rally in Billings, Montana
Fri, September, 7, 2018
Scott Fredricks from KYYA in Billings, Montana joined us this morning with a look at yesterdays "Make America Great Again" rally.
Tell Us a Story Tell Us a Story
Wed, September, 5, 2018
Jonathan Clements, editor of HumbleDollar.com, explains why the statistic doesn't always trump the anecdote when it comes to personal finance.
Stakes Are High as States Gear Up to Pick Governors Stakes Are High as States Gear Up to Pick Governors
Wed, September, 5, 2018
Wall Street Journal reporter Valerie Bauerlein explores the governors races that are up for grabs.
Universities increasingly cater to students' diets with customizable menus Universities increasingly cater to students' diets with customizable menus
Wed, September, 5, 2018
Zlati Meyer of USA Today tells us about the food upgrades at college campus dining halls that are making home-cooked meals less desirable.