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Antibody Antibody "cure" will be in short supply
Thu, October, 22, 2020
Katie Thomas from the New York Times gives us a look at some of the upcoming treatments for the coronavirus.
Presidential Race Framed by a Tale of Three Debates Presidential Race Framed by a Tale of Three Debates
Thu, October, 22, 2020
How have the debates changed the 2020 election? Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal joined Gordon Deal with his take.
Purdue Pharma Reaches $8.34 Billion Settlement Over Opioid Probes Purdue Pharma Reaches $8.34 Billion Settlement Over Opioid Probes
Thu, October, 22, 2020
Dean Fanelli from Seyfarth Shaw breaks down Purdue Pharma's settlement over the opioid epidemic.
The World Series Matchup Is a Referendum on Baseball's Economics The World Series Matchup Is a Referendum on Baseball's Economics
Wed, October, 21, 2020
The Wall Street Journal's Jared Diamond explains why this year's World Series is a referendum on baseball's economics.
3 out of 10 Wisconsin communities voted for Obama then Trump. How will they swing this time? 3 out of 10 Wisconsin communities voted for Obama then Trump. How will they swing this time?
Wed, October, 21, 2020
Which way will Wisconsin communities swing? Craig Gilbert from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel gives us a look.
Justice Department Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google Justice Department Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google
Wed, October, 21, 2020
Brent Kendall from the Wall Street Journal breaks down the Justice Department's antitrust lawsuit against Google.
The High Cost of a Contested Election The High Cost of a Contested Election
Tue, October, 20, 2020
Economist Peter Morici and Gordon Deal discuss what could happen if we have a contested election.
Democrats Look to Expand House Majority Democrats Look to Expand House Majority
Tue, October, 20, 2020
Democrats are hoping to expand their House majority. Natalie Andrews from the Wall Street Journal takes us behind the headline.
As Supreme Court Case on Affordable Care Act Looms, GOP Divided on How-and Whether-to Replace It As Supreme Court Case on Affordable Care Act Looms, GOP Divided on How-and Whether-to Replace It
Tue, October, 20, 2020
Stephanie Armour from the Wall Street Journal goes into detail on why the GOP is unsure about what to do with the Affordable Care Act.
Here are the top two things Americans want in the next stimulus package Here are the top two things Americans want in the next stimulus package
Mon, October, 19, 2020
Jessica Menton from USA Today and Gordon Deal discuss what Americans want in a new stimulus package.
Lack of stimulus deal puts pressure on incumbents Lack of stimulus deal puts pressure on incumbents
Mon, October, 19, 2020
Incumbents in tight races seem to be out of luck on a new stimulus deal. Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Pelosi and Trump go a full year without speaking Pelosi and Trump go a full year without speaking
Mon, October, 19, 2020
It's been a whole year since the President and House Speaker have spoken to each other. Cristina Marcos from The Hill gives us a look into how the relationship got so tedious.
Arizona was once a sure bet for Republicans. Now it's a key swing state in the election Arizona was once a sure bet for Republicans. Now it's a key swing state in the election
Thu, October, 15, 2020
Instead of being a lock for Republicans, Arizona is now seen as a key swing state. Ronald Hansen from the Arizona Republic has the story.
Graham takes center stage at SCOTUS confirmation hearings Graham takes center stage at SCOTUS confirmation hearings
Thu, October, 15, 2020
Zach Cohen from the National Journal profiles Lindsey Graham's handling of the SCOTUS confirmation hearings.
How SCOTUS Nominations Became All-Out War How SCOTUS Nominations Became All-Out War
Thu, October, 15, 2020
Law Professor Robert Tsai from American University joined us this morning with a look at how Supreme Court nominations become so contentious.
Trump hurting prospects by clinging to Obamacare repeal, Republicans say Trump hurting prospects by clinging to Obamacare repeal, Republicans say
Wed, October, 14, 2020
David Drucker from the Washington Examiner and Gordon Deal discuss why Republicans want Trump to dump the Obamacare repeal.
Trump barely won Pennsylvania in 2016. His 2020 election may depend on keeping this swing state Trump barely won Pennsylvania in 2016. His 2020 election may depend on keeping this swing state
Wed, October, 14, 2020
President Trump hopes to keep Pennsylvania on his side during the 2020 election. J.D. Prose from the Beaver County Times explains why.
Florida is a swing state again. These battleground regions could decide the race. Florida is a swing state again. These battleground regions could decide the race.
Wed, October, 14, 2020
Zac Anderson from the Sarasota Herald-Tribune takes us through the battleground regions of Florida.
How Employers Can Keep Their Employees Protected from COVID in the Workplace How Employers Can Keep Their Employees Protected from COVID in the Workplace
Tue, October, 13, 2020
As companies slowly welcome employees back into the physical workplace, labor attorney Michael Schmidt tackles the most pressing question: How can employers protect employees from COVID?
Is 6 Feet Really a Safe Distance? Should I Go to a Bar? Answering COVID-19 Questions Is 6 Feet Really a Safe Distance? Should I Go to a Bar? Answering COVID-19 Questions
Tue, October, 13, 2020
Seven months into the pandemic, there are still many unanswered questions. Jorge Ortiz from USA Today answers some key ones, like whether six feet of distance is enough and how to safely organize holiday gatherings.
COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Volunteers Look to Make a Difference COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Volunteers Look to Make a Difference
Tue, October, 13, 2020
On the heels of news that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine trial has been halted due to an unexplained illness in a study participant, Rolfe Winkler from The Wall Street Journal looks at volunteers' experiences in COVID-19 vaccine trials.
Trump and Biden Battle to Win Wisconsin, Possible 2020 Tipping Point Trump and Biden Battle to Win Wisconsin, Possible 2020 Tipping Point
Tue, October, 13, 2020
Craig Gilbert from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel analyzes the race in the tipping-point state of Wisconsin, where Donald Trump won a crucial victory in 2016 but Joe Biden currently leads in polling.
Biggest election loser: America's national debt Biggest election loser: America's national debt
Mon, October, 12, 2020
Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance and Gordon Deal discuss why America's national debt is going to be the biggest loser this election season.
For Postal Workers, the Challenges Go Way Beyond Ballots For Postal Workers, the Challenges Go Way Beyond Ballots
Mon, October, 12, 2020
Hailey Fuchs from the New York Times breaks down the challenges facing the post office.
More than 1 million people could lose their vote on Nov. 3. That's the best-case scenario More than 1 million people could lose their vote on Nov. 3. That's the best-case scenario
Mon, October, 12, 2020
In a normal election year hundreds or even thousands of absentee ballots get tossed. Pat Beall from USA Today has a look at how 2020 could exacerbate this problem.