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This is the thing most likely to cause your financial ruin - but few prepare for it This is the thing most likely to cause your financial ruin - but few prepare for it
Fri, February, 15, 2019
Catey Hill of Marketwatch analyzes why medical expenses are the leading cause of bankruptcies
In Need of Workers, the Midwest Recruits From Puerto Rico In Need of Workers, the Midwest Recruits From Puerto Rico
Fri, February, 15, 2019
Erin Ailworth of the Wall Street Journal details why more and more Midwest companies are recruiting Puerto Rican citizens to work for them
Two questions to ask if you want to end up in a happy relationship Two questions to ask if you want to end up in a happy relationship
Fri, February, 15, 2019
Catey Hill of Marketwatch goes over a Michigan State University study that gives key findings in to having a long lasting, happy relationship
Trump is right about the Green New Deal Trump is right about the Green New Deal
Fri, February, 15, 2019
Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance weighs in on why he believes the Green New Deal misses the mark
Attorney General Nominee Barr Helped Navigate CIA Through Rocky Times With Congress Attorney General Nominee Barr Helped Navigate CIA Through Rocky Times With Congress
Wed, February, 13, 2019
Byron Tau from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look at attorney general nominee William Barr's past in the CIA.
Little-known liberals reshape Democratic policy Little-known liberals reshape Democratic policy
Wed, February, 13, 2019
The Democratic party is being pulled even more to the left. Ben Geman from Axios and Gordon Deal discuss.
A quarter of all kindergartners in this county in Washington aren't immunized. Now there's a measles crisis A quarter of all kindergartners in this county in Washington aren't immunized. Now there's a measles crisis
Wed, February, 13, 2019
Once curbed diseases are making a comeback. Ken Alltucker from USA Today has the story.
Alternative football leagues rush to fill void in NFL's offseason Alternative football leagues rush to fill void in NFL's offseason
Tue, February, 12, 2019
Alternative football leagues rush to fill void in the NFL's offseason. Adam Zielonka from the Washington Times has the latest.
Robert Mueller has spent two years investigating Trump and he hasn't said a word. It's possible he never will Robert Mueller has spent two years investigating Trump and he hasn't said a word. It's possible he never will
Tue, February, 12, 2019
Kevin Johnson from USA Today explains why we may never actually hear from special counsel Robert Mueller.
House Democrats Assess How Hard to Press Gun-Control Agenda House Democrats Assess How Hard to Press Gun-Control Agenda
Tue, February, 12, 2019
Now in control of Congress Democrats are more willing to press a gun-control agenda. Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Soggy Fries vs. Sagging Profits: Restaurants Face Delivery Dilemma Soggy Fries vs. Sagging Profits: Restaurants Face Delivery Dilemma
Mon, February, 11, 2019
How will restaurants get around soggy fries? John Stoll from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Navy reconsiders 355-ship expansion target Navy reconsiders 355-ship expansion target
Mon, February, 11, 2019
Carlo Munoz from the Washington Times and Gordon Deal discuss the Navy looking to expand its force.
Lawmakers divided over how to end shutdowns for good Lawmakers divided over how to end shutdowns for good
Mon, February, 11, 2019
Cristina Marcos from The Hill breaks down how lawmakers are divided over how to end shutdowns for good.
'This One Here Is Gonna Kick My Butt' - Farm Belt Bankruptcies Are Soaring 'This One Here Is Gonna Kick My Butt' - Farm Belt Bankruptcies Are Soaring
Fri, February, 8, 2019
Jesse Newman of the Wall Street Journal explains how and why an increasing number of farms are declaring for bankruptcy.
As Goes Virginia, So Goes the Democratic Party As Goes Virginia, So Goes the Democratic Party
Fri, February, 8, 2019
The Atlantic's David A. Graham reviews the various scandals within the Virginia Democratic party, and talks about what it means for the future.
Death rates, bedsores, ER wait times: Where every VA hospital lags or leads other medical care Death rates, bedsores, ER wait times: Where every VA hospital lags or leads other medical care
Fri, February, 8, 2019
Donovan Slack of USA today goes over various VA hospital statistics, some of which are alarming and some that are positive.
Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Amplify Income Inequality Message Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Amplify Income Inequality Message
Fri, February, 8, 2019
Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman details various policies that have been proposed by Democratic Presidential hopefuls that focus on income inequality.
Small Businesses Are Waving the Caution Flag Small Businesses Are Waving the Caution Flag
Wed, February, 6, 2019
Ruth Simon from The Wall Street Journal explores a growing concern about the economy felt by small businesses across the country.
Beto O'Rourke Weighs Presidential Campaign from an Unusual Position: Front-runner Beto O'Rourke Weighs Presidential Campaign from an Unusual Position: Front-runner
Wed, February, 6, 2019
Beto O'Rourke has said he'll decide on a 2020 presidential bid by the end of the month. The Wall Street Journal's Reid Epstein says that, if the one-time underdog politician does run, he'd be in an unusual position: front-runner.
How to Do Your Taxes for Free How to Do Your Taxes for Free
Wed, February, 6, 2019
Odds are you're able to file your taxes for free and you don't even know it. Kelli Grant from CNBC explains this free IRS program.
How We Got Here on Immigration and Border Security How We Got Here on Immigration and Border Security
Wed, February, 6, 2019
The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib dives into the history of the immigration debate in America, including how both parties' views have changed in recent years.
The Trump tax cuts inspired hundreds of companies to give their employees one-time bonuses. How do we measure their impact? The Trump tax cuts inspired hundreds of companies to give their employees one-time bonuses. How do we measure their impact?
Tue, February, 5, 2019
David Walter of the Washington Post takes a look at what employees spent their bonuses on, and how it has impacted the economy.
Free, Easy and Legal: How to Stream Great TV and Movies Without Spending a Dime Free, Easy and Legal: How to Stream Great TV and Movies Without Spending a Dime
Tue, February, 5, 2019
Sick and tired of paying for cable or streaming services? Wall Street Journal reporter David Pierce uncovers different ways to watch - for free.
State of the Union Guests Will Reflect Immigration Split State of the Union Guests Will Reflect Immigration Split
Tue, February, 5, 2019
Natalie Andrews of the Wall Street Journal details how the guests invited to the State of the Union address are becoming increasingly used for political points, including the parents of a 22 year old man killed in a traffic accident by an illegal immigrant
Site Behind Northam Revelations is Backed by GOP Operatives Site Behind Northam Revelations is Backed by GOP Operatives
Tue, February, 5, 2019
Wall Street Journal reporter Keach Hagey reveals the site that uncovered the alleged photo of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has GOP ties