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Groundhog Day 2023: When it Is and How the Tradition Began Groundhog Day 2023: When it Is and How the Tradition Began
Thu, February, 2, 2023
What's the deal with Groundhog Day? Gordon Deal is here with a look behind the tradition.
Raising Chickens for Cheaper Eggs Gets Expensive Fast Raising Chickens for Cheaper Eggs Gets Expensive Fast
Thu, February, 2, 2023
Raising chickens might not be the best way to get cheaper eggs. We hear why from Rachel Wolfe of the Wall Street Journal.
When Your Dog Eats Your Apple AirTag When Your Dog Eats Your Apple AirTag
Thu, February, 2, 2023
Can't find your AirTag? X-ray your pooch. Dalvin Brown from the Wall Street Journal joined America's First News with more.
When a Spouse Calls a Recruiter When a Spouse Calls a Recruiter
Thu, February, 2, 2023
Career Strategist, Julie Bauke, describes a cringe-inducing phenomenon recruiters are seeing.
Guess Who's Using Your Netflix Account? You Might Be Surprised Guess Who's Using Your Netflix Account? You Might Be Surprised
Wed, February, 1, 2023
Your Netflix account might be used by someone surprising. Sarah Krouse of the Wall Street Journal explains the situation with Gordon Deal.
If 'Independent' were a Party, It Could Dominate American Politics If 'Independent' were a Party, It Could Dominate American Politics
Wed, February, 1, 2023
An "Independent" party could potentially dominate American politics. Daniel DeVise of the Hill shares the story.
Amid Debt Ceiling Standoff, Why Joe Biden is Refusing to Negotiate with Republicans Amid Debt Ceiling Standoff, Why Joe Biden is Refusing to Negotiate with Republicans
Wed, February, 1, 2023
President Biden refuses to negotiate with Republicans amid debt ceiling standoff. Joey Garrison of USA Today shares the details.
Donna Kelce Can't Lose. Donna Kelce Can't Lose.
Tue, January, 31, 2023
Donna Kelce becomes the first mother to have two sons play against each other in the Super Bowl. Hear more from America's First News.
3 Financial Obstacles to Getting Divorced in This Economy 3 Financial Obstacles to Getting Divorced in This Economy
Tue, January, 31, 2023
Financial struggles add to the stress of divorce. Family law attorney Jennifer Hargrave joined Gordon Deal to shed light on the top 3 financial obstacles in the current economy.
Fueling up wit Hot fries Fueling up wit Hot fries
Tue, January, 31, 2023
On today's Mike Drop, Gordon Deal and Mike Gavin have a look at what pro-athlete eats an absurd amount of Chesters Hot Fries.
GOP Leadership Battles Expose Divisions in 2024 Battleground States GOP Leadership Battles Expose Divisions in 2024 Battleground States
Tue, January, 31, 2023
Fighting among top Republicans in key states for the 2024 election shows disagreement within the party. We hear more from Aaron Zitner of the Wall Street Journal.
Do mass shootings cause more mass shootings? Research is divided Do mass shootings cause more mass shootings? Research is divided
Mon, January, 30, 2023
Grace Hauck of USA Today reports that research is divided on the question of whether mass shootings lead to an increase in future mass shootings. She joined Gordon Deal to discuss.
Professors Turn to ChatGPT to Teach Students a Lesson Professors Turn to ChatGPT to Teach Students a Lesson
Mon, January, 30, 2023
Teachers are looking for ways to wall off ChatGPT. We hear more from Doug Belkin of the Wall Street Journal.
New York Turns on the Empire State Building New York Turns on the Empire State Building
Mon, January, 30, 2023
The Empire State Building might be an Eagles fan and New Yorkers aren't having it.
Are you destined to be a digital nomad? Are you destined to be a digital nomad?
Mon, January, 30, 2023
Do you have the potential to become a successful digital nomad? Career Strategist Julie Bauke, Julie on the Job, joined America's First News with some tips.
No Ticket, No problem. No Ticket, No problem.
Thu, January, 26, 2023
On today's Mike Drop Gordon Deal and Mike Gavin figured out an ingenious way to sneak into a sold-out event.
What happens when ChatGPT writes your cover letter? What happens when ChatGPT writes your cover letter?
Thu, January, 26, 2023
Sick of writing cover letters? AI can help. Career Strategist Julie Bauke and Gordon Deal have a look at some of the pros and cons of this strategy.
When It Comes to Marriage and Money, Opposites Attract When It Comes to Marriage and Money, Opposites Attract
Thu, January, 26, 2023
When dealing with finances, if you take two steps forward, you're more likely to be with someone who takes two steps back. Julia Carpenter from the Wall Street Journal explains why opposites attract.
Five ways federal government can try to avoid default Five ways federal government can try to avoid default
Thu, January, 26, 2023
Sylvan Lane from The Hill joined America's First News with a look at ways the government can avoid default.
Entitlement hits Kansas City Chiefs Fans Entitlement hits Kansas City Chiefs Fans
Wed, January, 25, 2023
Entitlement runs deep in Kansas City Chiefs fans. We get more on today's Mike Drop.
If You Want to Sell a Home, Put Gas Stove in the Listing If You Want to Sell a Home, Put Gas Stove in the Listing
Wed, January, 25, 2023
Perhap a sign of the times, make sure to list a gas stove if you want to sell your home. Hear the latest from Veronica Dagher of the Wall Street Journal on America's First News.
Sue Thy Neighbor: Homeowner Spats Over Fences, Trees and Additions Get Nastier Sue Thy Neighbor: Homeowner Spats Over Fences, Trees and Additions Get Nastier
Wed, January, 25, 2023
Welcome to the neighborhood! Now go away. Corinne Ramey from the Wall Street Journal says Americans are getting nastier with their neighbors.