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Black conservatives find common ground with liberals in wake of George Floyd's death Black conservatives find common ground with liberals in wake of George Floyd's death
Wed, June, 3, 2020
Black conservatives find common ground with liberals in wake of George Floyd's death. Christopher Vondracek from the Washington Times explains.
Dealers warn buyers: Get your new car before they're gone, supply vanishing Dealers warn buyers: Get your new car before they're gone, supply vanishing
Wed, June, 3, 2020
Dealers are urging buyers to get a new car before they're gone. Jamie LaReau from the Detroit Free Press has the story.
Virus, Unemployment, Riots: When Shocks Multiply, the Effects Usually Last Virus, Unemployment, Riots: When Shocks Multiply, the Effects Usually Last
Wed, June, 3, 2020
2020 has been a difficult year in many respects. Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal brings us the latest.
Can Your Employer Mandate A COVID-19 Test Before You Return To Work? Can Your Employer Mandate A COVID-19 Test Before You Return To Work?
Tue, June, 2, 2020
Jonathan Bell, an employment attorney and small business expert, answers this question and other important questions regarding coronavirus that employees might have before returning to work.
Retailers and Restaurants Hit in Protests, Adding to Coronavirus Damage Retailers and Restaurants Hit in Protests, Adding to Coronavirus Damage
Tue, June, 2, 2020
As if the COVID-19 pandemic and economic shutdown wasn't debilitating enough for several businesses and companies, Sarah Nassauer of the WSJ tells us how looting and violent riots have added an entirely new catastrophic layer of damage.
Why America Is Burning: The Psychology Behind Looting, Rioters, And Out Of Control Violence Why America Is Burning: The Psychology Behind Looting, Rioters, And Out Of Control Violence
Tue, June, 2, 2020
Psychiatrist Carole Lieberman breaks down the psychology behind the riotous environment of America right now, including how coronavirus quarantine is still playing a huge factor.
As States Reopen, the Boss Wants to Know What You're Up To This Weekend As States Reopen, the Boss Wants to Know What You're Up To This Weekend
Mon, June, 1, 2020
The Wall Street Journal's Chip Cutter breaks down what employees can and can't ask about your downtime during the pandemic.
Two-thirds of laid-off workers may temporarily be receiving more money in unemployment benefits than they did from their jobs Two-thirds of laid-off workers may temporarily be receiving more money in unemployment benefits than they did from their jobs
Mon, June, 1, 2020
Two-thirds of laid-off workers may temporarily be receiving more money in unemployment benefits. Andrew Keshner from MarketWatch and Gordon Deal discuss.
What's next for the fired officers in the George Floyd case? What's next for the fired officers in the George Floyd case?
Thu, May, 28, 2020
What's next for the family and fired officers in the George Floyd case? Attorney Richard Bell takes us behind the headlines.
Can we safely restart the schools and the economy? Can we safely restart the schools and the economy?
Thu, May, 28, 2020
California Congressman Raul Ruiz, M.D talks with Gordon Deal about reopening the economy and when will it be safe for kids to go back to school.
My Boss Wants Me Back at Work. How Do I Keep My Family Safe? My Boss Wants Me Back at Work. How Do I Keep My Family Safe?
Wed, May, 27, 2020
How do you keep your family safe when you go back to work? Lauren Weber from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Is working from home the new normal? Is working from home the new normal?
Wed, May, 27, 2020
Are we facing a new normal when it comes to working from home? Leadership expert Dave Crenshaw and Gordon Deal discuss.
Retail employees caught in the middle of the mask wars Retail employees caught in the middle of the mask wars
Tue, May, 26, 2020
How will retail employees handle those who refuse to wear masks? Retail Expert Karl Gibbons breaks down how this should be handled.
To Avoid Coronavirus Risks, These People Live Where They Work To Avoid Coronavirus Risks, These People Live Where They Work
Tue, May, 26, 2020
To avoid coronavirus risks, these workers live where they work. Austen Hufford from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Pelosi, Trump slide further into the muck Pelosi, Trump slide further into the muck
Thu, May, 21, 2020
Taking a cue from the President of the United States, Nancy Pelosi has resorted to name-calling. Christina Marcos from The Hill and Gordon Deal discuss why our leaders are sliding further into the muck.
Air Travel Surges by 123%! (Beware of Misleading Data Like That) Air Travel Surges by 123%! (Beware of Misleading Data Like That)
Thu, May, 21, 2020
As the economy slowly starts to come back beware of misleading data. Neil Irwin from the New York Times has the story.
'A moonshot mission': Trump campaign eyes a return to megarallies 'A moonshot mission': Trump campaign eyes a return to megarallies
Thu, May, 21, 2020
President Trump is itching to restart his megarallies. Gabby Orr from POLITICO brings us the latest.
Fed Chair warns economy faces long, uncertain recovery. What should YOU do? Fed Chair warns economy faces long, uncertain recovery. What should YOU do?
Tue, May, 19, 2020
CPA Bill Dendy and Gordon Deal discuss what impact the current economy should have on your financial decisions.
Coronavirus crackdowns around the world make U.S. rules look lenient Coronavirus crackdowns around the world make U.S. rules look lenient
Tue, May, 19, 2020
Lauren Meier from the Washington Times breaks down how our coronavirus crackdowns compare to the rest of the world.
When a coronavirus vaccine is developed, who will be first in line to get it? A CDC panel usually decides When a coronavirus vaccine is developed, who will be first in line to get it? A CDC panel usually decides
Tue, May, 19, 2020
When a coronavirus vaccine is developed, who will be first in line to get it? Elizbeth Weise from USA Today joins us with the story.
Airlines, government at odds over passenger 'contact tracing' Airlines, government at odds over passenger 'contact tracing'
Mon, May, 18, 2020
Jessica Wehrman from Roll Call and Gordon Deal discuss the battle over who should take the lead on contact tracing.
Many child-care facilities aren't accepting kids, but for some parents, the bills keep coming Many child-care facilities aren't accepting kids, but for some parents, the bills keep coming
Mon, May, 18, 2020
Why are people still paying for daycare while facilities are still closed? Megan Leonhardt from CNBC has the story.