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They Backed a Jan. 6 Commission. Now, they face heat in GOP Primaries They Backed a Jan. 6 Commission. Now, they face heat in GOP Primaries
Tue, June, 28, 2022
Next test comes Tuesday, when five of 35 House Republicans who voted for commission will be on the ballot. Annie Linskey of the Washington Post shares the details.
They Backed a Jan. 6 Commission. Now, they face heat in GOP Primaries They Backed a Jan. 6 Commission. Now, they face heat in GOP Primaries
Tue, June, 28, 2022
Next test comes Tuesday, when five of 35 House Republicans who voted for commission will be on the ballot. Annie Linskey of the Washington Post shares the details.
They Backed a Jan. 6 Commission. Now, they face heat in GOP Primaries They Backed a Jan. 6 Commission. Now, they face heat in GOP Primaries
Tue, June, 28, 2022
Next test comes Tuesday, when five of 35 House Republicans who voted for commission will be on ballot. Annie Linskey of the Washington Post shares the details.
Abortion Opponents Consider How Far to Press After End of Roe v. Wade Abortion Opponents Consider How Far to Press After End of Roe v. Wade
Tue, June, 28, 2022
Laura Kusisto of Wall Street Journal explains how Republican-leaning states, with new power to regulate abortions, face a choice between incremental restrictions or broken bans.
High Gas Prices Hit Demand as Drivers Cut Back at the Pump High Gas Prices Hit Demand as Drivers Cut Back at the Pump
Tue, June, 28, 2022
Here's how U.S. drivers are avoiding paying on gas according to Jennifer Hiller from the Wall Street Journal.
Ruling overturning Roe v. Wade sparks debate about Supreme Court's legitimacy amid partisan passions Ruling overturning Roe v. Wade sparks debate about Supreme Court's legitimacy amid partisan passions
Tue, June, 28, 2022
USA Today's John Fritze is interviewed by Gordon Deal on how the Supreme Court is viewed after Roe v. Wade's decision was changed.
Saying Goodbye to National Journal Saying Goodbye to National Journal
Mon, June, 27, 2022
Josh Kraushaar from National Journal breaks down what he's learned in his 20 years covering politics in the U.S.
What the Roe v. Wade Decision Means for the GOP Politically Now, in 2022 and 2024 What the Roe v. Wade Decision Means for the GOP Politically Now, in 2022 and 2024
Mon, June, 27, 2022
GOP Consultant, Matt Mackowiak, shares the details with Gordon Deal on the Roe v. Wade decision.
Airports Around the World Battle Long Lines, Canceled Flights Airports Around the World Battle Long Lines, Canceled Flights
Mon, June, 27, 2022
Airports across the United States have dealt with hundreds of canceled flights. Benjamin Katz of the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Managing the work from home rebellion Managing the work from home rebellion
Thu, June, 23, 2022
Economist Peter Morici talks to Gordon Deal about how to manage the working from home rebellion.
Congress could pass Senate gun deal - but a larger, fractious impasse is unlikely to shift Congress could pass Senate gun deal - but a larger, fractious impasse is unlikely to shift
Thu, June, 23, 2022
David Jackson from USA Today goes over how the Senate's gun deal does not solve Congress's issue on solving the rise in gun violence.
Three Money Mistakes to Avoid in a Bear Market Three Money Mistakes to Avoid in a Bear Market
Thu, June, 23, 2022
Wall Street Journal's Veronica Dagher delivers expert advice on what not to do during a bear market.
Congress likely to reject gas tax push Congress likely to reject gas tax push
Thu, June, 23, 2022
The Hill's Rachel Frazin explains why Congress is planning to deny President Biden's gas tax holiday.
The rise in inflation affects much more than just prices. The rise in inflation affects much more than just prices.
Wed, June, 22, 2022
Inflation does more damage to how Americans go about their day. Russ Wiles from the Arizona Republic shares more on inflation's impact on the U.S. economy.
Economists look past the Fed to fight inflation Economists look past the Fed to fight inflation
Wed, June, 22, 2022
The Hill's Tobias Burns explains the Federal Government's difficult battle against decreasing the inflation rate.
Labor Shortage Stymies Construction Work as $1 Trillion Infrastructure Spending Kicks In Labor Shortage Stymies Construction Work as $1 Trillion Infrastructure Spending Kicks In
Wed, June, 22, 2022
Gordon Deal interviews Wall Street Journal's Julie Bykowicz about the recent decline in construction because of a lack of workers.
Biden weighs a gas tax holiday. How much would consumers really save? Biden weighs a gas tax holiday. How much would consumers really save?
Wed, June, 22, 2022
With President Joe Biden ushering in a day where there is no tax on gas, USA Today's Joey Garrison discusses how much money Americans will save.
The Wedding Boom Is Hiding a Troubling Trend for the Economy The Wedding Boom Is Hiding a Troubling Trend for the Economy
Tue, June, 21, 2022
Sabrina Escobar from Barrons magazine is interviewed by Jennifer Kushinka about how a major problem is happening in the economy, but it is not being focused on because of the increase in weddings.
Apple Wants to End Passwords for Everything. Here's How It Would Work Apple Wants to End Passwords for Everything. Here's How It Would Work
Tue, June, 21, 2022
There will no longer come a time when passwords will be used to unlock accounts and technology devices. Wall Street Journal's Dalvin Brown describes Apple's methods on how to unlock any device without creating a personal code.
Western Lakes Shrink From Drought, and Boat Businesses Struggle Western Lakes Shrink From Drought, and Boat Businesses Struggle
Tue, June, 21, 2022
To explain the lake drought crisis on the United States' west coast, Wall Street Journal's Jim Carlton discusses the issue.
On Inflation, Economics Has Some Explaining to Do On Inflation, Economics Has Some Explaining to Do
Tue, June, 21, 2022
Gordon Deal asks questions about inflation to Wall Street Journal's Greg Ip about its impact on the United States.
14% of students say they dropped out of college because of mental health challenges 14% of students say they dropped out of college because of mental health challenges
Mon, June, 20, 2022
Mental health challenges are being cited as a main issue many are leaving college behind. Megan Leonhardt from Fortune has the story.
Gang violence, not lone-wolf attacks, accounts for most U.S. mass shootings Gang violence, not lone-wolf attacks, accounts for most U.S. mass shootings
Mon, June, 20, 2022
Gang violence, not lone-wolf attacks, accounts for most U.S. mass shootings. Jeff Mordock from the Washington Times takes us behind the headline.