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How the Capitol Riot Turned a Partisan Congress 'Toxic'? How the Capitol Riot Turned a Partisan Congress 'Toxic'?
Thu, December, 30, 2021
Why did the Capitol Riot make a partisan congress 'toxic'? Eliza Collins from Wall Street Journal has the story.
Having Sought a Home Run, Democrats Now May Settle for Singles and Doubles Having Sought a Home Run, Democrats Now May Settle for Singles and Doubles
Wed, December, 22, 2021
With the "Build Back Better" social and climate package now indefinitely sidelined, Jerry Seib from The Wall Street Journal considers Democrats' next steps.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 15, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 15, 2021
Wed, December, 15, 2021
House approves increase in debt ceiling, U.S. Covid-19 deaths top 800,000, and Kentucky man stays positive with his piano after a tornado destroyed his home.
Biden Framework's New Programs Face Expiration Dates Biden Framework's New Programs Face Expiration Dates
Wed, November, 3, 2021
There are several new programs in the $1.85-trillion spending bill that Democrats are negotiating, like universal pre-K. But those proposed programs may expire sooner than later. Natalie Andrews from The Wall Street Journal explains the story.
Democrats' divisions over Medicare, climate threaten to sink Biden's domestic agenda Democrats' divisions over Medicare, climate threaten to sink Biden's domestic agenda
Thu, October, 28, 2021
Democratic infighting over what should be the focus of the President's domestic agenda could derail the entire legislation. Harris Alic from the Washington Times spoke with Gordon Deal on the problem in Washington.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 22, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 22, 2021
Fri, October, 22, 2021
President Biden backs down on corporate tax hikes, open to altering filibuster, Congress eyes teenagers driving tractor-trailers to solve supply chain backups, and new car loans are easier to get now than cars.
A Republican and Democrat Walk Into a Town Hall. Can They Help Fix Congress? A Republican and Democrat Walk Into a Town Hall. Can They Help Fix Congress?
Mon, August, 9, 2021
In a political climate that is as contentious as ever, Reps. Dean Phillips (D-MN) and Dusty Johnson (R-SD) have forged a problem-solving partnership. Ledge King from USA Today explores their friendship.
Lawmakers Spend More on Personal Security in Wake of Insurrection Lawmakers Spend More on Personal Security in Wake of Insurrection
Thu, July, 22, 2021
Reid Wilson from The Hill explores new data showing that Congressional lawmakers have been spending large sums on their safety in the wake of the January 6th Capitol riot.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 29, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 29, 2021
Thu, April, 29, 2021
President Biden pushes broad economic agenda in speech to Congress, N.C. judge rejects bid for public release of bodycam videos in Andrew Brown Jr. shooting, and why almost $3 million of Girl Scout cookies are sitting unsold in Atlanta warehouse.
Representative Haley Stevens (D-MI) Shares Support for Pandemic Relief Bill Representative Haley Stevens (D-MI) Shares Support for Pandemic Relief Bill
Wed, March, 10, 2021
Representative Haley Stevens (D-MI) joins the show to talk about why she supports the American Rescue Plan, the latest pandemic relief bill that is moving through Congress.
Representative David Schweikert (R-AZ) Discusses Displeasure with Pandemic Relief Bill Representative David Schweikert (R-AZ) Discusses Displeasure with Pandemic Relief Bill
Wed, March, 10, 2021
Representative David Schweikert (R-AZ) joins the show to talk about why he dislikes the American Rescue Plan, the latest pandemic relief bill that is moving through Congress.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 04, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 04, 2021
Mon, January, 4, 2021
President of the United States pressured Georgia Secretary of State to 'find' votes, things to know about Congress and electoral votes, and Philadelphia cook drops pizzas out his window for charity.
What's in the $900 Billion Pandemic Relief Bill? What's in the $900 Billion Pandemic Relief Bill?
Tue, December, 29, 2020
Natalie Andrews from The Wall Street Journal goes through the components of the recently passed $900 billion relief bill, including a second round of stimulus checks to Americans, increased unemployment benefits, and help for small businesses.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 29, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 29, 2020
Tue, December, 29, 2020
House votes to boost stimulus checks to $2,000 with bipartisan support, investigators are looking at 'any and all possible motives' after identifying Nashville bomber, and supermarket chain gives $200K in gift cards to struggling restaurants amid pandemic.
The Next Stimulus Deal Will Be Even Harder to Get The Next Stimulus Deal Will Be Even Harder to Get
Mon, December, 28, 2020
President Trump has signed the latest pandemic relief bill, but economists say it won't be enough. And after that package took eight months to negotiate, Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance shares why the next relief bill, which would come after Joe Biden's inauguration, will be even more difficult to get.
How a Pasta Dinner and Zoom Chats Rescued Congress' $900 Billion Pandemic Relief Bill How a Pasta Dinner and Zoom Chats Rescued Congress' $900 Billion Pandemic Relief Bill
Wed, December, 23, 2020
Nicholas Wu from USA Today shares the inside story of how a bipartisan congressional group rescued the pandemic relief bill with a pasta dinner, Zoom chats, and compromise.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal September 26, 2020 This Weekend with Gordon Deal September 26, 2020
Sat, September, 26, 2020
Supreme Court opening adds to pressure on American Institutions, what's the future of big-budget movie releases, and California man builds dozens of desks to support virtual learning.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 21, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 21, 2020
Tue, July, 21, 2020
Congress looks to replace $600-a-week jobless aid, President Trump to send more unmarked forces to "Democrat" cities, and vaccine trials show early promising results.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 27, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 27, 2020
Fri, March, 27, 2020
U.S. coronavirus cases surpass those of China, Italy, rise in unemployment claims halts historic run of job growth, and smart ways to use credit cards in a crisis.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 21, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 21, 2020
Tue, January, 21, 2020
White House calls impeachment charges dangerous, why US troops were defenseless when Iran attacked, and these are the laziest states in America.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 16, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 16, 2020
Thu, January, 16, 2020
House sends impeachment case to Senate for trial, Democratic candidates Sanders and Warren on the outs, and oldest Indiana state employee retires.
After Trump's Impeachment, Pelosi Ends Year With Strong Hold on Party After Trump's Impeachment, Pelosi Ends Year With Strong Hold on Party
Mon, December, 23, 2019
Natalie Andrews from The Wall Street Journal looks back on the first year of Nancy Pelosi's latest stint as Speaker of the House, a year that ends with her firmly in command of her party.
Vulnerable Democrats Feel Heat Ahead of Impeachment Vote Vulnerable Democrats Feel Heat Ahead of Impeachment Vote
Fri, December, 13, 2019
Across the country last year, Democrats flipped Trump-won districts to give their party the majority in the House. Now, as Cristina Marcos from The Hill explains, those same vulnerable Dems are growing anxious about the upcoming impeachment vote.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 01, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 01, 2019
Wed, October, 2, 2019
Senate would have 'no choice' but to hold trial if House votes to impeach Donald Trump, Rep. Chris Collins resigns, and Air Force Sergeant saves choking baby while flying to award ceremony.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 11, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 11, 2019
Wed, September, 11, 2019
9/11 remembrances set across US, Congress and Trump risk seeing bipartisan victories on healthcare cost bills slip out of reach this fall, and your expense report is a window into your soul.