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To Help Battle Covid-19, a Hospital Borrows Tactics From Combat Veterans To Help Battle Covid-19, a Hospital Borrows Tactics From Combat Veterans
Mon, January, 24, 2022
Ben Kesling from the Wall Street Journal explains why hospital staff are looking to combat vets for help with stress.
Who will control Congress? House departures set up uncertain future for chamber's balance Who will control Congress? House departures set up uncertain future for chamber's balance
Mon, January, 24, 2022
The House of Representatives is seeing a spate of retirements. Matthew Brown from USA Today joined Gordon Deal with a look at how this could affect the balance of power.
Biden's fiery speeches, press conference, set tone for 2022 midterms Biden's fiery speeches, press conference, set tone for 2022 midterms
Mon, January, 24, 2022
Is President Biden shifting to a more combative style when it comes to his speeches and press conferences? Jeff Mordock from the Washington Times takes us behind the headline.
How should the U.S. react to Russia's potential invasion of Ukraine? How should the U.S. react to Russia's potential invasion of Ukraine?
Fri, January, 21, 2022
How should the U.S. react to Russia's potential invasion of Ukraine? Florida Representative Brian Mast joined Gordon Deal with his take.
Just 44% of Americans Could Cover a $1,000 Emergency Expense Just 44% of Americans Could Cover a $1,000 Emergency Expense
Thu, January, 20, 2022
A new study finds just 44% of Americans could cover a $1,000 emergency expense. Greg McBride from Bankrate.com joined Gordon Deal with a look.
'It's a tough time': why is Biden one of the most unpopular US presidents? 'It's a tough time': why is Biden one of the most unpopular US presidents?
Thu, January, 20, 2022
What is causing President Biden's dismal approval ratings. Lauren Gambino from The Guardian takes us behind the headline.
The labor shortage is likely to last for years - and it's going to wreak havoc on everything from airline flights to inflation The labor shortage is likely to last for years - and it's going to wreak havoc on everything from airline flights to inflation
Thu, January, 20, 2022
When will the labor shortage end? Aki Ito from Insider.com explains why expert predictions have been wrong.
How companies are navigating the ever-changing landscape of Covid rules How companies are navigating the ever-changing landscape of Covid rules
Wed, January, 19, 2022
Amy Zimmerman an HR Expert explains how companies are navigating the ever-changing landscape of Covid rules.
Schumer Hits Trouble After Earlier Wins in 50-50 Senate Schumer Hits Trouble After Earlier Wins in 50-50 Senate
Wed, January, 19, 2022
Eliza Collins of the Wall Street Journal explains Schumer's recent struggles on Capitol Hill
For Biden and His Democrats, a Crucial Month Lies Ahead For Biden and His Democrats, a Crucial Month Lies Ahead
Wed, January, 19, 2022
Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal talks about how crucial the coming month is for Biden and his Democrats.
Divorces are becoming nastier amid the pandemic Divorces are becoming nastier amid the pandemic
Tue, January, 18, 2022
Divorce Attorney Jennifer Hargrave explains why divorces have become nastier during the pandemic.
When will this COVID surge end? Scientists search your sewage for clues When will this COVID surge end? Scientists search your sewage for clues
Tue, January, 18, 2022
Kyle Bagenstose from USA Today explains how scientists are using your sewage to predict the end of the COVID surge.
People Want to Start Spending Again and Inflation Is Ruining It People Want to Start Spending Again and Inflation Is Ruining It
Tue, January, 18, 2022
When can we start spending again? Veronica Dagher of the Wall Street Journal explains why inflation is ruining it.
How can we break out of the supply chain mess? How can we break out of the supply chain mess?
Tue, January, 18, 2022
How can we break out of the supply chain mess? Rob Garrison from Mercado Lab gives us a look.
For Retail Workers, Omicron Disruptions Aren't Just About Health For Retail Workers, Omicron Disruptions Aren't Just About Health
Thu, January, 13, 2022
Retail worker moral is hitting an all-time low as they deal with more than the omicron variant. Sapna Maheshwari from the New York Times has the story.
Democrats eager to fill power vacuum after Pelosi exit Democrats eager to fill power vacuum after Pelosi exit
Thu, January, 13, 2022
Who will take over the top spot for Democrats when and if Nancy Pelosi steps down? Mike Lillis from The Hill joined Gordon Deal to discuss.
Hospitals Cut Beds as Nurses Call In Sick With Covid-19 Hospitals Cut Beds as Nurses Call In Sick With Covid-19
Thu, January, 13, 2022
Hospitals are having to turn away patients as they struggle with worker shortages. Melanie Evans from the Wall Street Journal has the latest.
Supply Chain Issues Leave New Homes Without Garage Doors and Gutters Supply Chain Issues Leave New Homes Without Garage Doors and Gutters
Wed, January, 12, 2022
The issues with the supply chain are affecting new homes. Nicole Friedman from Wall Street Journal has the story.
Republicans scoff at party switch by Joe Manchin after he alienates both liberals, conservatives. Republicans scoff at party switch by Joe Manchin after he alienates both liberals, conservatives.
Wed, January, 12, 2022
Just because he sank the Build Back Better Act, don't expect a party switch from Joe Manchin. Haris Alic from the Washington Times takes us behind the headline.
12 Ways to Tame Your Family's Screen Time in 2022 12 Ways to Tame Your Family's Screen Time in 2022
Wed, January, 12, 2022
Looking for ways to tame your families screen time? Julie Jargon from the Wall Street Journal brings us tips.
SEC's gap with the rest of college football keeps growing. Can anyone stop it? SEC's gap with the rest of college football keeps growing. Can anyone stop it?
Tue, January, 11, 2022
Is there any way to stop the SEC's separation from the rest of college football from increasing? Dan Wolken from USA Today has the story.
Americans adopted millions of dogs during the pandemic. What do we do with them? Americans adopted millions of dogs during the pandemic. What do we do with them?
Tue, January, 11, 2022
Millions of dogs have been adopted by Americans during the pandemic. What happens next? Jacob Bogage from the Washington Post brings us the story.
Omicron is surging and Democrats aren't shutting things down this time. Omicron is surging and Democrats aren't shutting things down this time.
Tue, January, 11, 2022
Without uttering the world shutdown, are Democrats doing all they can to combat Omicron? Lisa Kashinsky from POLITICO takes us behind the headline.
Ideologues and Pragmatists Clash in Member vs. Member Primaries Ideologues and Pragmatists Clash in Member vs. Member Primaries
Mon, January, 10, 2022
There is a clash between ideologues and pragmatists. Josh Kraushaar of National Journal has the story.
Consider This Your Permission To Spend More Money in 2022 Consider This Your Permission To Spend More Money in 2022
Mon, January, 10, 2022
Ways to spend more money in 2022 with your permission, Julia Carpenter from Wall Street Journal has the story.