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Biden vaccine rule sets stage for onslaught of lawsuits Biden vaccine rule sets stage for onslaught of lawsuits
Wed, August, 4, 2021
The Hill's Rebecca Beitsch breaks down how the latest vaccine rules are setting the stage for lawsuits.
College athletes are finally allowed to profit off their own images. So, of course, they're turning to Cameo College athletes are finally allowed to profit off their own images. So, of course, they're turning to Cameo
Wed, August, 4, 2021
College athletes are finally allowed to profit off their own images. Travis Andrews from the Washington Post explains where they are turning to make money.
Divided We Stand Against the Newest Pandemic Threat Divided We Stand Against the Newest Pandemic Threat
Wed, August, 4, 2021
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal joined us this morning with a look at how a deadly pandemic failed to unite a divided America.
The hidden cost of our mental-health crisis: $1 trillion in lost productivity The hidden cost of our mental-health crisis: $1 trillion in lost productivity
Tue, August, 3, 2021
Charles Passy from MarketWatch breaks down how much mental-health costs in lost productivity.
They Got Great Deals on Airfare. Then Came the Flight Changes They Got Great Deals on Airfare. Then Came the Flight Changes
Tue, August, 3, 2021
Flying during the past year has become more and more frustrating. Scott McCartney from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
The COVID culture war: At what point should personal freedom yield to the common good The COVID culture war: At what point should personal freedom yield to the common good
Tue, August, 3, 2021
At what point should personal freedom yield to the common good? Dennis Wagner from USA Today takes us behind the headline.
Build it back bluer: Biden tries to flip 'Trump country' voters Build it back bluer: Biden tries to flip 'Trump country' voters
Mon, August, 2, 2021
Christian Datoc from the Washington Examiner explains President Biden's strategy for flipping 'Trump country' voters.
Workers' Anxiety Grows as Covid Variant Casts a Shadow Workers' Anxiety Grows as Covid Variant Casts a Shadow
Mon, August, 2, 2021
Workers are feeling anxious about the rush back to normalcy. Noam Scheiber from the New York Times has the story.
Looking for Love Post-Lockdown? Niche Dating Apps Are the Next Big Thing Looking for Love Post-Lockdown? Niche Dating Apps Are the Next Big Thing
Mon, August, 2, 2021
After lockdown, many are looking for love without the games. Rachel Wolfe from the Wall Street Journal takes us behind the headline.
Covid-19 Keeps Resurging, but Western Economies Are Adapting Covid-19 Keeps Resurging, but Western Economies Are Adapting
Fri, July, 30, 2021
The coronavirus isn't going anywhere so western economies are finding ways to adapt. Paul Hannon from the Wall Street Journal brings us the latest.
Testing our way around the Delta surge Testing our way around the Delta surge
Fri, July, 30, 2021
Bryan Walsh from Axios joined us this morning with a look at how we might have to test our way through the Delta variant.
GOP, Democrats battle over masks in House, Senate GOP, Democrats battle over masks in House, Senate
Fri, July, 30, 2021
The argument over masks is reigniting in Washington. Cristina Marcos from The Hill has the story.
Simone Biles will not compete in gymnastics all-around final at Tokyo Olympics Simone Biles will not compete in gymnastics all-around final at Tokyo Olympics
Wed, July, 28, 2021
Rachel Axon from USA Today joined us from Tokyo with the latest on Simone Biles taking a rest for her mental health.
Veterans Affairs Becomes First US Federal Agency to Mandate Vaccine For Staff Veterans Affairs Becomes First US Federal Agency to Mandate Vaccine For Staff
Wed, July, 28, 2021
Is it legal for employers to mandate vaccines? Employment Attorney Jonathan Bell joined us with a look.
'Patience has worn thin': Frustration mounts over vaccine holdouts 'Patience has worn thin': Frustration mounts over vaccine holdouts
Wed, July, 28, 2021
The vaccinated are getting frustrated with the holdouts. Dan Diamond from the Washington Post has the story.
Biden Puts Cyber at Center of His Agenda Biden Puts Cyber at Center of His Agenda
Tue, July, 27, 2021
President Biden has considered cybersecurity one of the most important issues of his tenure. Morgan Chalfant from The Hill details the administration's approach to the new-age problem, including its handling of cyberattacks from America's leading adversaries.
Almost Nobody Is Repaying Their (Federal) Student Loans Almost Nobody Is Repaying Their (Federal) Student Loans
Tue, July, 27, 2021
With the pause on federal student loan repayments set to expire at the end of September, Rick Newman from Yahoo explores the $1.4-trillion issue.
A Day on the US-Mexico Border with Border Patrol Agents A Day on the US-Mexico Border with Border Patrol Agents
Tue, July, 27, 2021
After spending a day shadowing Border Patrol agents along the US-Mexico border near McAllen, Texas, Rick Jervis from USA Today joins us to share his observations.
Case Backlogs Overwhelm Reopening Courthouses Case Backlogs Overwhelm Reopening Courthouses
Mon, July, 26, 2021
As courthouses reopen for in-person hearings, Emily Zantow from The Washington Times explores the mountain of long-delayed cases that built up during the pandemic.
With With "Black Widow" Ticket-Buying Suddenly Drying Up, Growing Questions for Disney's Marvel
Mon, July, 26, 2021
After a strong opening weekend, ticket sales for "Black Widow" have slowed drastically. Steven Zeitchik from The Washington Post considers answers as Disney tries to figure out why the film has been a box-office disappointment.
The Pandemic Drove Women Out of the Workforce. Will They Come Back? The Pandemic Drove Women Out of the Workforce. Will They Come Back?
Mon, July, 26, 2021
Roughly 2 million women left the workforce during the pandemic. Now, they're not returning to work as quickly as they left. Megan Cassella from Politico has the story.
UK becomes a reopening test case as Delta variant surges UK becomes a reopening test case as Delta variant surges
Fri, July, 23, 2021
Jason Douglas, London-based reporter for the Wall Street Journal explains why the UK government is keeping its current reopening plans as the Delta variant sends cases rising again.
Vaccine misinformation remains rampant on Facebook, experts say Vaccine misinformation remains rampant on Facebook, experts say
Fri, July, 23, 2021
Kari Paul of The Guardian breaks down the continued fight over the spread of misinformation about the COVID19 vaccine on Facebook - and what's being done about it.
Rep. Larry Buschon (R-IN) on how to respond to the spread of the Delta variant Rep. Larry Buschon (R-IN) on how to respond to the spread of the Delta variant
Fri, July, 23, 2021
Congressman Larry Buschon (R-IN) joins the show to discuss the response to rising cases of the Delta variant, the growing push by GOP lawmakers to encourage vaccinations, and how he sees the problem as a doctor.
How Businesses Can Get Creative to Entice Employees Back to Work How Businesses Can Get Creative to Entice Employees Back to Work
Thu, July, 22, 2021
Business analyst Carl Gould offers tips to businesses who are struggling to return employees to the workplace.