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Trump, Biden Offer Dramatically Different Visions of 'Normal' in America Trump, Biden Offer Dramatically Different Visions of 'Normal' in America
Wed, July, 8, 2020
Jerry Seib from The Wall Street Journal evaluates the Trump and Biden campaigns' opposing views on how to return the country to "normal."
Political Groups Track Protestors' Cellphone Data Political Groups Track Protestors' Cellphone Data
Wed, June, 17, 2020
Emily Glazer from The Wall Street Journal explores how political groups are capitalizing on cellphone location data harvested from protest participants.
Essential Workers Are Losing Pay Because of Curfews, Looting Amid Protests Essential Workers Are Losing Pay Because of Curfews, Looting Amid Protests
Thu, June, 11, 2020
One of the adverse effects of the civil-rights protests sweeping the nation is being felt by essential workers, who are losing hours due to curfews and looting. Dalvin Brown from USA Today has the story.
Each Morning, After Protests, America Cleans Up Each Morning, After Protests, America Cleans Up
Mon, June, 8, 2020
Jim Carlton from The Wall Street Journal shares an inspiring story about Americans rallying together to clean up their communities after looting and property destruction.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 15, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 15, 2018
Thu, March, 15, 2018
Egypt strikes Islamic State targets in Libya, suspected Copenhagen gunman is killed and the White House's plan to kill the password.
What can law enforcement learn from deadly white nationalist protest in Charlottesville What can law enforcement learn from deadly white nationalist protest in Charlottesville
Tue, August, 15, 2017
Dr. GM Cox, Director of the Public Administration Masters' Degree Program at Tarleton State University, joins us with more on what law enforcement can take away from the deadly protest in Charlottesville.
Protesters Unite over Shared Tactic Protesters Unite over Shared Tactic
Wed, July, 13, 2016
Protesters across the country are using a tactic commonly used during the Civil Rights Movement: blocking roadways. Valeria Bauerlein from the Wall Street Journal explains its effectiveness.