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Covid-19 Likely to Overshadow Afghanistan, Abortion Rights and Spending Plans in Midterm Elections Covid-19 Likely to Overshadow Afghanistan, Abortion Rights and Spending Plans in Midterm Elections
Tue, September, 21, 2021
Will the pandemic overshadow everything else when it comes time for the midterm elections. Aaron Zitner from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 28, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 28, 2021
Sat, August, 28, 2021
The pandemic endgame isn't here yet, pandemic amplifies school bus driver shortage concerns, and what youth sports coaches want parents to know.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 21, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 21, 2021
Sat, August, 21, 2021
As America returns to school, teachers are looking for thousands of missing kids, how traffic has changed through the pandemic, and the rise of Pop Its.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 07, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 07, 2021
Sat, August, 7, 2021
Workers' anxiety grows as Delta casts a shadow, how watching sports makes us happier, healthier, and we live in a golden age of dinosaur chicken nuggets.
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.
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.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 26, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 26, 2021
Mon, July, 26, 2021
Fires continue to rage, Florida leads U.S. in the latest pandemic cases, and it is time to resharpen your B.S. detector.
Delta Variant Isn't Expected to Dent Robust U.S. Recovery Delta Variant Isn't Expected to Dent Robust U.S. Recovery
Thu, July, 22, 2021
Eric Morath from the Wall Street Journal shares the outlook from economists on the continuing recovery as the Delta variant spreads.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 07, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 07, 2021
Wed, July, 7, 2021
Elsa becomes Category 1 hurricane, White House signals new pandemic strategy as delta variant spreads, and why minivans are the hottest thing right now.
How Mazda Rode Out the Pandemic While Rivals Slipped How Mazda Rode Out the Pandemic While Rivals Slipped
Tue, June, 22, 2021
Brett Berk from The New York Times explores Mazda's 2020 successes, which included increased sales and accolades from U.S. News and World Report.
A Severe Blood Shortage in the U.S. Is Limiting Hospital Care A Severe Blood Shortage in the U.S. Is Limiting Hospital Care
Tue, June, 22, 2021
Dr. Dayand Borge, Regional Chief Medical Officer for the American Red Cross, explains why there's a blood shortage in the U.S. and provides ways to help.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 26, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 26, 2021
Wed, May, 26, 2021
George Floyd's family meets with President Biden amid policing overhaul fight, half of U.S. adults are fully inoculated, and what happened when a drug dealer was given a second chance.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 25, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 25, 2021
Tue, May, 25, 2021
New York to drop remote learning in the fall, New Jersey drops mask mandate, suspicious package with white powder sent to Sen. Rand Paul's Kentucky home, and is the nationwide rush to buy face masks finally over.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 18, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 18, 2021
Tue, May, 18, 2021
U.S. to increase vaccine exports amid global pressure, states move to lift mask requirements, and new study reveals one major side effect of exercising more.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal May 08, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal May 08, 2021
Sat, May, 8, 2021
Opioids for pandemic 'long haulers' raise addiction concerns, a preview of a possible summer travel boom, and funny all too real tweets from moms.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 03, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 03, 2021
Mon, May, 3, 2021
San Diego smuggling boat capsizes killing 4, damage reported in at least 3 cities after tornadoes tear through Mississippi, and Louisiana car dealer helps homeless man.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal May 01, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal May 01, 2021
Sat, May, 1, 2021
Has the pandemic changed where Americans live, these are the pro-vaccine messages people want to hear, and how not to bomb on your job interview.
What does the J&J pause mean for the global pandemic fight? What does the J&J pause mean for the global pandemic fight?
Wed, April, 14, 2021
Paul Seegert, Managing Partner at PCS Advisors, and Gordon Deal discuss what the Johnson & Johnson pause could mean for the fight against the global pandemic.
What could be the ripple effects of the J&J rollout pause? What could be the ripple effects of the J&J rollout pause?
Wed, April, 14, 2021
Will the recent negative press surrounding Johnson & Johnson's pandemic shot make it harder to convince those on the fence? Pharmaceutical Expert Dr. Dean Fanelli joins us with a look.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 13, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 13, 2021
Tue, April, 13, 2021
In Knoxville school shooting, student Is killed after firing on police, CDC chief says Michigan should shut things down, and Americans' streaming habits reflect what life will sound like after the pandemic.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 10, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 10, 2021
Sat, April, 10, 2021
How the pandemic inoculations were pulled off, moving forward after a loss, and welcome back to the barbershop.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 30, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 30, 2021
Tue, March, 30, 2021
President Joe Biden pushes mask mandate, trial of Derek Chauvin in George Floyd's death opens with clash over evidence, and Texas dog helped fight off knife-wielding home intruder.
How Have Our Behaviors Changed One Year into Work-From-Home? How Have Our Behaviors Changed One Year into Work-From-Home?
Wed, March, 10, 2021
Author and "future of work" expert Dan Schawbel shares findings from his new study that looks at the wide-ranging impacts that working from home has had on employees.
Is Russia Discouraging Americans from Being Vaccinated? Is Russia Discouraging Americans from Being Vaccinated?
Wed, March, 10, 2021
Paul Seegert, who previously served as a Russian intelligence analyst in the US Army, analyzes a Wall Street Journal report that says Russia is working to undermine confidence in American- and European-produced shots.
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.