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Suburbia Is Awash in Above-Ground Swimming Pools-and That Has Some Neighbors in Hot Water Suburbia Is Awash in Above-Ground Swimming Pools-and That Has Some Neighbors in Hot Water
Thu, August, 6, 2020
Not everyone is happy with your new swimming pool. Patrick Thomas from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
An election like no other An election like no other
Thu, August, 6, 2020
Stef W. Kight from Axios and Gordon Deal discuss why this will be an election like no other.
Trump's campaign knocks on a million doors a week. Biden's knocks on zero Trump's campaign knocks on a million doors a week. Biden's knocks on zero
Thu, August, 6, 2020
Alex Thompson from POLITICO gives a look at the difference in campaign strategy between the Trump and Biden campaign.
Covid-19 Vaccine Front-Runners Impress Investors, but Concerns Exist Covid-19 Vaccine Front-Runners Impress Investors, but Concerns Exist
Wed, August, 5, 2020
Investors are gambling on covid-19 vaccines. The Wall Street Journal's Gregory Zuckerman has the story.
What is UV light and can it kill the coronavirus on surfaces? What is UV light and can it kill the coronavirus on surfaces?
Wed, August, 5, 2020
What is UV light and can it kill the coronavirus on surfaces? Adrianna Rodriguez from USA Today takes us behind the headlines.
Convalescent plasma therapy emerges as new hope for countering the coronavirus Convalescent plasma therapy emerges as new hope for countering the coronavirus
Wed, August, 5, 2020
Cassidy Morrison from the Washington Examiner gives us a look at how convalescent plasma therapy could help coronavirus patients.
Back-to-College Plans Devolve Into a Jumble of Fast-Changing Rules Back-to-College Plans Devolve Into a Jumble of Fast-Changing Rules
Tue, August, 4, 2020
Colleges are having trouble coming up with a solid plan for the upcoming semester. Doug Belkin from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look.
Companies Start to Think Remote Work Isn't So Great After All Companies Start to Think Remote Work Isn't So Great After All
Tue, August, 4, 2020
The Wall Street Journal's Chip Cutter and Gordon Deal discuss how companies are rethinking their remote working strategy.
As Schools Plan to Reopen, Single Parents Have Few Child-Care Options As Schools Plan to Reopen, Single Parents Have Few Child-Care Options
Tue, August, 4, 2020
How will single parents handle schooling in the time of covid-19? Lauren Weber from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Republicans suddenly sweating falling deep into House minority Republicans suddenly sweating falling deep into House minority
Mon, August, 3, 2020
POLITICO's Ally Mutnick explains why the GOP is sweating falling deep into House minority.
Teachers Are Wary of Returning to Class, and Online Instruction Too Teachers Are Wary of Returning to Class, and Online Instruction Too
Mon, August, 3, 2020
Teachers are dealing with the added stress on returning to work while the world battles with covid-19. Dana Goldstein from the New York Times and Gordon Deal discuss.
Postal Service backlog sparks worries that ballot delivery could be delayed in November Postal Service backlog sparks worries that ballot delivery could be delayed in November
Mon, August, 3, 2020
Will the post office be able to handle an influx of mail-in ballots? Jacob Bogage from the Washington Post gives us a look.
Scathing SBA watchdog report details 'pervasive' fraud in coronavirus disaster-loan program Scathing SBA watchdog report details 'pervasive' fraud in coronavirus disaster-loan program
Fri, July, 31, 2020
Aaron Gregg of the Washington Post tells us in a rush to meet millions of critical loan applications for small businesses, systemic fraud is seeping through. Now, it's causing more catastrophic issues.
Don't Count Trump Out Don't Count Trump Out
Fri, July, 31, 2020
The polls predicted Trump to lose in 2016. They were wrong. 4 years later, they're predicting him to lose again. Peter Nicholas from The Atlantic gives 6 reasons why the incumbent could pull off yet another victory in November.
'These 2 bills aren't mateable' 'These 2 bills aren't mateable'
Fri, July, 31, 2020
With millions of Americans waiting for the Senate to pass the next stimulus recovery bill, Republicans and Democrats are not even close to coming to an agreement. USA Today's Ledyard King fills us in, along with when we might expect the bill to pass.
Lonely Girls: How the Pandemic Has Deepend the Isolation of Adolescents Lonely Girls: How the Pandemic Has Deepend the Isolation of Adolescents
Thu, July, 30, 2020
With lockdown and a global pandemic lasting months, Julie Jargon of the WSJ explains why teenage girls, in particular, have been suffering from loneliness, and how it's taxing their mental health.
Trump to make 16th trip to Texas as fear grows the state is turning blue Trump to make 16th trip to Texas as fear grows the state is turning blue
Thu, July, 30, 2020
Texas: swing state? Washington Examiner's Rob Crilly explains how the Lone Star State is shifting, and why Republicans are fearful it will be a battleground for November.
Are Trump and the GOP right that the $600 unemployment bonus is discouraging work? Are Trump and the GOP right that the $600 unemployment bonus is discouraging work?
Thu, July, 30, 2020
USA Today's Jessica Menton tackles the big issue when it comes to the next step in government aid, and answers the question that has been sweeping the country.
America's two coronavirus realities America's two coronavirus realities
Thu, July, 30, 2020
With numerous letter-shaped economic recovery charts being presented lately, Dion Rabouin from Axios tells us what the economy really looks like, and depicts the stark contrast between two groups of working people.
'It's really devastating us.' Beach towns fear they won't survive a summer of COVID-19 'It's really devastating us.' Beach towns fear they won't survive a summer of COVID-19
Wed, July, 29, 2020
The summer is usually a flourishing time for businesses in beach towns. This year, coronavirus has changed everything. Paul Davidson of USA Today explains that these folks are worried that the losses from the pandemic will be too much to handle.
How pollsters plan to get the 2020 election right How pollsters plan to get the 2020 election right
Wed, July, 29, 2020
Voting polls' reputations took a hit after they infamously and incorrectly predicted the 2016 election. This year, they are determined to correctly predict the winner. Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance tells us what changes they are making.
With stimulus in flux and infections on the rise, focus is on Powell to outline the fate of the economy With stimulus in flux and infections on the rise, focus is on Powell to outline the fate of the economy
Wed, July, 29, 2020
How much focus will be on Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's outline of the economy? A ton. Rachel Siegel of the Washington Post explains the potential outcome of the Fed's meeting today.
Moderna Launches Coronavirus Vaccine Phase 3 Trial Moderna Launches Coronavirus Vaccine Phase 3 Trial
Wed, July, 29, 2020
Dr. Dean L. Fanelli, Ph.D explains the details of Moderna's critical Phase 3 vaccine trial, and if it's safe for humans.
Insurance companies battle their clients over the coronavirus Insurance companies battle their clients over the coronavirus
Tue, July, 28, 2020
Business or property damaged by a natural disaster? Sure, insurance policies will have you covered. But for the coronavirus? Not so much. Jennifer Kingson from Axios tells us whether or not you can win the fight against insurance companies.
Fed Outlook Turns Gloomier as Coronavirus Spreads Fed Outlook Turns Gloomier as Coronavirus Spreads
Tue, July, 28, 2020
The WSJ's Nick Timiraos helps us dig even deeper to predict what tools the Federal Reserve will utilize to help stimulate the economy.