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Tiger's Back, and That's Good News for Other Troubled Brands Tiger's Back, and That's Good News for Other Troubled Brands
Tue, April, 23, 2019
After Tiger Woods' comeback win at the Masters, companies who are currently fighting PR nightmares can take notes from Nike, who stuck by Tiger throughout his troubles.
Big News for People Who Spend Hours Staring at Maps on Planes Big News for People Who Spend Hours Staring at Maps on Planes
Tue, April, 23, 2019
Despite all of the various in-flight entertainment options, the most popular is the map. Scott McCartney of the Wall Street Journal explains why to Gordon Deal.
Sweet corn out, sweet potatoes in: Data shows fundamental shifts in American farming Sweet corn out, sweet potatoes in: Data shows fundamental shifts in American farming
Tue, April, 23, 2019
From 2012-2017, consumer taste has changed based on restaurant culture, low carb diets and the way we buy our food. Washington Post reporter Laura Reiley has the story.
Border Patrol expects to quadruple spending as more immigrant families arrive in Arizona Border Patrol expects to quadruple spending as more immigrant families arrive in Arizona
Tue, April, 23, 2019
Anna Giaritelli explains to Gordon Deal that the skyrocketing costs at the border are due to immigrant families requiring basic amenities such as diapers and formula for children.
Winter is coming for big business Winter is coming for big business
Mon, April, 22, 2019
Yahoo! Finance reporter Rick Newman tells Gordon Deal that some Democrats like Elizabeth Warren are seeking to break up big business through new tax policies.
As Mueller Report is Unveiled, Barr's Stance Puts Him in Crosshairs As Mueller Report is Unveiled, Barr's Stance Puts Him in Crosshairs
Mon, April, 22, 2019
Sadie Gurman of the Wall Street Journal explains some of the recent criticisms from the left surrounding the narrative that AG Barr is protecting the President.
Democratic Candidates Urged to Back Supreme Court Overhaul Democratic Candidates Urged to Back Supreme Court Overhaul
Mon, April, 22, 2019
Wall Street Journal reporter Joshua Jamerson talks to Gordon Deal about the Democrats plan to 'pack the courts' if they win the 2020 election
Mueller report is a reminder that Russian hack hit House races, too Mueller report is a reminder that Russian hack hit House races, too
Mon, April, 22, 2019
Bridget Bowman of Roll Call details how Russian hackers gained access to the DNC network during the 2018 house races.
The difference between words and actions in the Mueller report The difference between words and actions in the Mueller report
Fri, April, 19, 2019
"I don't think either side is going to benefit that much," GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak said to Gordon Deal. "If you support the president, you never believed this Russian collusion story from the beginning. If you oppose the president, then you believed that storyline, and more than likely believe he should be removed from office."
How both Republicans and Democrats look at the Mueller report How both Republicans and Democrats look at the Mueller report
Fri, April, 19, 2019
"It's a win in the sense that nothing came out of it that is likely presidency endangering...but I don't know if all Democrats will be dissuaded from an impeachment attempt," says Jim Antle of the American Conservative to Gordon Deal about how both parties plan to handle the Mueller Report.
Is my food safe? Gluten found in 32% of food labeled gluten-free, new study says Is my food safe? Gluten found in 32% of food labeled gluten-free, new study says
Fri, April, 19, 2019
Zlati Meyer of USA Today details a new report that reveals startling information for gluten-sensitive diners.
Deciphering the Mueller Report Deciphering the Mueller Report
Fri, April, 19, 2019
Washington Times reporter Jeff Mordock tells Gordon Deal "Republicans are going to be calling for an investigation into how the Russian collusion narrative developed, while Democrats call for impeachment," regarding the reactions to the Mueller Report.
5 Red Flags to Watch Out For on Your Financial Statements 5 Red Flags to Watch Out For on Your Financial Statements
Wed, April, 17, 2019
Kelli Grant from Acorns + CNBC and Gordon Deal discuss red flags to watch out for on your financial statements.
'It's almost miraculous': Tiger Woods's return from back surgery is a medical marvel 'It's almost miraculous': Tiger Woods's return from back surgery is a medical marvel
Wed, April, 17, 2019
The Washington Post's Adam Kilgore takes a dive into Tiger Woods' post-surgery comeback.
With Roe on the ropes, abortion divide grows between blue, red states With Roe on the ropes, abortion divide grows between blue, red states
Wed, April, 17, 2019
States are battling each other over a women's right to choose. Valerie Richardson from the Washington Times is here with the latest.
One Republican's answer to the Green New Deal One Republican's answer to the Green New Deal
Wed, April, 17, 2019
With many in D.C. feeling the "Green New Deal" is a non-starter, one climate-conscious Republican is pitching an alternative. Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
The Torch Gets Passed Back to Tiger The Torch Gets Passed Back to Tiger
Tue, April, 16, 2019
Has Tiger Woods put himself back on top of the sports world? Gordon Deal talks with Mike Lupica from The Sports Reporters podcast on Tiger's Masters win.
Business taxes hit a record low under Trump Business taxes hit a record low under Trump
Tue, April, 16, 2019
Are the record low business taxes going to be a long term positive or negative for the country? Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance gives us a look.
As Measles Spreads, Schools Turn Away Unvaccinated Students As Measles Spreads, Schools Turn Away Unvaccinated Students
Tue, April, 16, 2019
The jump in measles cases has school districts taking action. The Wall Street Journal's Tawnell Hobbs has the story.
Wealthy Americans flee high-tax states, take billions with them: 'Tax the rich. The rich leave' Wealthy Americans flee high-tax states, take billions with them: 'Tax the rich. The rich leave'
Mon, April, 15, 2019
High-tax states are losing their wealthy residents. James Varney from the Washington Times and Gordon Deal discuss.
Burned in 2016, unions hold back endorsements Burned in 2016, unions hold back endorsements
Mon, April, 15, 2019
Unions are holding back their 2020 endorsements after being burned in 2016. Ian Kullgren from POLITICO has the story.
What Trump needs to win in 2020 What Trump needs to win in 2020
Mon, April, 15, 2019
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down what President Trump needs to win in 2020.
Disney's Next Big Remake: Itself Disney's Next Big Remake: Itself
Fri, April, 12, 2019
Will Disney's new streaming service help it stay on top? We get the latest from the Wall Street Journal's Erich Schwartzel.
It's Up To the Senate Whether the Fed Is Politicized It's Up To the Senate Whether the Fed Is Politicized
Fri, April, 12, 2019
Is the historically apolitical Fed in danger of becoming politicized? Greg Ip from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look.
Number of Acting Cabinet Heads Raises Concern on Capitol Hill Number of Acting Cabinet Heads Raises Concern on Capitol Hill
Fri, April, 12, 2019
The number of acting cabinet heads in D.C. is starting to worry lawmakers. The Wall Street Journal's Rebecca Ballhaus has the story.