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Making sense of the latest impeachment news Making sense of the latest impeachment news
Fri, October, 18, 2019
Bart Jansen of USA Today breaks down the newest developments in the Trump impeachment probe.
The key for Democrats hoping to beat Trump in 2020 The key for Democrats hoping to beat Trump in 2020
Fri, October, 18, 2019
Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance breaks down how Democrats can overcome a strong economy to beat Donald Trump next November
House Democrats sharpen counterattacks to Republican impeachment process complaints House Democrats sharpen counterattacks to Republican impeachment process complaints
Fri, October, 18, 2019
Lindsey McPherson of Roll Call explains how Democrats and Republicans are battling over the impeachment process.
ATF beleaguered to crisis in age of mass shootings ATF beleaguered to crisis in age of mass shootings
Wed, October, 16, 2019
Jeff Mordock of the Washington Times explains how the agency responsible for limiting firearms has struggled to keep up with the epidemic of mass shootings
The hidden menace threatening Democrats' bid to beat Trump in 2020 The hidden menace threatening Democrats' bid to beat Trump in 2020
Wed, October, 16, 2019
Ryan Lizza from Politico highlights the potential threat that faces whoever the Democrats nominate to run against Trump in 2020.
Trump's bid to end 'forever wars' undercut by Saudi troop deployment Trump's bid to end 'forever wars' undercut by Saudi troop deployment
Wed, October, 16, 2019
Guy Taylor of the Washington Times talks about the recent Saudi troop deployment and the effect it could have on Trump's foreign policy.
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Biden vs. Warren: A Difference of Philosophy, Not Just Policy Biden vs. Warren: A Difference of Philosophy, Not Just Policy
Wed, October, 16, 2019
Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal breaks down the major differences between Democratic frontrunners Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren.
Marijuana Madness Turns Into a Cannabis Crash Marijuana Madness Turns Into a Cannabis Crash
Tue, October, 15, 2019
Has the cannabis cash cow sailed? The Wall Street Journal's Jacquie McNish has the latest.
What to watch for in the next Democratic presidential debate What to watch for in the next Democratic presidential debate
Tue, October, 15, 2019
James Pindell from the Boston Globe gives us a preview of tonight's Democratic presidential debate.
Berners for Yang:' Why Some Young Voters Back a New Democratic Outsider Berners for Yang:' Why Some Young Voters Back a New Democratic Outsider
Tue, October, 15, 2019
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang has been courting former Bernie Sanders supporters. Eliza Collins from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
End of Tax Season Is Near, and Accountants Are (Almost) Ready End of Tax Season Is Near, and Accountants Are (Almost) Ready
Mon, October, 14, 2019
Tax season isn't over yet. Richard Rubin from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Kamala Harris Sees Impeachment as Chance to Pitch Herself as Prosecutor Kamala Harris Sees Impeachment as Chance to Pitch Herself as Prosecutor
Mon, October, 14, 2019
Democratic candidate Kamala Harris sees impeachment as a chance to pitch her prosecutor background to voters. The Wall Street Journal's Tarini Parti joins us with the latest.
The economy still favors Trump's reelection The economy still favors Trump's reelection
Mon, October, 14, 2019
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains why the President should be able to count on the economy this election season.
Romney poised to play power broker as impeachment plays out Romney poised to play power broker as impeachment plays out
Fri, October, 11, 2019
Jennifer Harper of the Washington Times breaks down the role Senator Mitt Romney could have in a potential impeachment scenario.
Deja View: The Psychology Behind the Rewatch Deja View: The Psychology Behind the Rewatch
Fri, October, 11, 2019
John Jurgensen from the Wall Street Journal explains the phenomenon of re-watching the same show several times on streaming apps.
Could Trump be impeached and re-elected? Could Trump be impeached and re-elected?
Fri, October, 11, 2019
David Nather from Axios talks aboutthe potential for President Trump to survive impeachment charges and win a second term in 2020.
What if a genetic test could alert you to future addiction to opioids? What if a genetic test could alert you to future addiction to opioids?
Wed, October, 9, 2019
Jessie Balmert of the Cincinnati Enquirer gives us the latest on a new genetic test which could lead to a test for opioid addiction risk.
Everyone's AirPods will die. We've got the trick to replacing them. Everyone's AirPods will die. We've got the trick to replacing them.
Wed, October, 9, 2019
Geoffrey Fowler of the Washington Post discusses the common issue of AirPods dying, and how to keep it from happening to you.
States beef up laws on 'misleading' food labels as fake meat, milk sales soar States beef up laws on 'misleading' food labels as fake meat, milk sales soar
Wed, October, 9, 2019
Valerie Richardson of the Washington Times talks about the rise of mislabeled meat and milk and how states are cracking down on their sale.
Sanders heart attack casts cloud over candidacy Sanders heart attack casts cloud over candidacy
Wed, October, 9, 2019
David Siders of POLITICO breaks down Bernie Sanders' recent heart attack and the effect it could have on the Democratic primaries.
Sick of never-ending political campaigns? 2020 Democrat Steve Bullock has an idea. Sick of never-ending political campaigns? 2020 Democrat Steve Bullock has an idea.
Tue, October, 8, 2019
Kathie Obradovich from the Des Moines Register breaks down Democrat Steve Bullock's plan to stop never-ending political campaigns.
Supreme Court set to weigh in on 2020's most polarizing issues Supreme Court set to weigh in on 2020's most polarizing issues
Tue, October, 8, 2019
Supreme Court set to weigh in on 2020's most polarizing issues. Sam Baker from Axios gives us a look.
Should the US withdraw from Northern Syria? Should the US withdraw from Northern Syria?
Tue, October, 8, 2019
Representative Jim Banks joins Gordon Deal this morning with his thoughts on President Trump's planned withdrawal from Syria.
There goes the neighborhood ... to lobbyists and fundraisers There goes the neighborhood ... to lobbyists and fundraisers
Mon, October, 7, 2019
Are lobbyists taking advantage of D.C. neighborhoods? Kate Ackley from Roll Call gives us a look inside the fight.
'Swagger' or stumble? Mike Pompeo, State Department under scrutiny in Ukraine furor 'Swagger' or stumble? Mike Pompeo, State Department under scrutiny in Ukraine furor
Mon, October, 7, 2019
Mike Pompeo's failure to defend a diplomat from President Trump's wrath could undercut his standing within the State Department. Guy Taylor from the Washington Times has the story.