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From Appetizers to Tuition, Incentives to Job Seekers Grow From Appetizers to Tuition, Incentives to Job Seekers Grow
Thu, June, 10, 2021
Employers are getting desperate and increasing incentives for prospective employees. Nelson D. Schwartz from the New York Times has the latest.
Biden heads to Europe at difficult moment for his domestic agenda Biden heads to Europe at difficult moment for his domestic agenda
Thu, June, 10, 2021
Brett Samuels from The Hill and Gordon Deal discuss why the President's trip to Europe could interfere with the push for certain parts of his domestic agenda.
Biden Heads to Europe to Restore Alliances and Counter Autocracy's Rise Biden Heads to Europe to Restore Alliances and Counter Autocracy's Rise
Thu, June, 10, 2021
President Biden heads overseas to restore alliances and push democracy. Ken Thomas from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Amazon is about to share your Internet connection with neighbors. Here's how to turn it off. Amazon is about to share your Internet connection with neighbors. Here's how to turn it off.
Wed, June, 9, 2021
Amazon is moving forward with a little-advertised program call Sidewalk. Geoffrey Fowler from the Washington Post explains why you should opt-out.
Sen. Jon Tester Walks Blue Line in Solid Red Montana Sen. Jon Tester Walks Blue Line in Solid Red Montana
Wed, June, 9, 2021
Eliza Collins from the Wall Street Journal joined Gordon Deal this morning with a look at how Democrat Jon Tester survives in red-state Montana.
New report highlights severe intelligence failures on Jan. 6 New report highlights severe intelligence failures on Jan. 6
Wed, June, 9, 2021
A new report points to numerous intelligence failures that happened during the Capitol insurrection. Rebecca Beitsch from The Hill breaks down the findings.
Biden hits crunch time on vaccinations Biden hits crunch time on vaccinations
Tue, June, 8, 2021
Morgan Chalfant from The Hill and Gordon Deal discuss President Biden's goal of having 70 percent of the U.S. adult population get at least one dose of vaccine by July 4th.
From chicken wings to lumber, shortages bedevil rebounding economy From chicken wings to lumber, shortages bedevil rebounding economy
Tue, June, 8, 2021
Supply shortages are stalling an economy on the rebound. Dave Boyer from the Washington Times has the story.
FDA Approves First New Alzheimer's Drug in Nearly Two Decades FDA Approves First New Alzheimer's Drug in Nearly Two Decades
Tue, June, 8, 2021
Pharmaceutical Expert Dean Fanelli joined us this morning with a look at the first new Alzheimer's drug in nearly two decades.
A spending boom, but for whom? Lower-income Americans feel left behind A spending boom, but for whom? Lower-income Americans feel left behind
Mon, June, 7, 2021
Jessica Menton from USA Today explains why lower-income Americans feel left behind.
Republicans fear Trump will lead to a 'lost generation' of talent Republicans fear Trump will lead to a 'lost generation' of talent
Mon, June, 7, 2021
Meridith McGraw from POLITICO and Gordon Deal discuss why Republicans fear former President Trump will lead to a 'lost generation' of talent.
What would a better US immigration system look like? We asked the experts. What would a better US immigration system look like? We asked the experts.
Mon, June, 7, 2021
What would a better US immigration system look like? Matthew Brown from USA Today joined us with a look.
Why It's So Hard to Fill Jobs in Certain States Why It's So Hard to Fill Jobs in Certain States
Thu, June, 3, 2021
Despite a tight job market in many areas, certain states are still having a hard time filling jobs. Eric Morath from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Ransomware business achieves critical mass Ransomware business achieves critical mass
Thu, June, 3, 2021
Ransomware attacks are becoming a goldmine for criminals. Tech Analyst Rob Enderle breaks down where the software is coming from and if there is anything businesses can do to stop it.
Maybe Biden is a moderate after all Maybe Biden is a moderate after all
Thu, June, 3, 2021
Shawn Zeller from CQ Roll Call joined Gordon Deal this morning with a look at how Republicans have finally made it to the negotiating table.
New Oklahoma Law Sparks Debate Over Teaching About Tulsa Massacre New Oklahoma Law Sparks Debate Over Teaching About Tulsa Massacre
Wed, June, 2, 2021
Tawnell Hobbs from the Wall Street Journal explains why new laws could derail the progress being made when it comes to teaching about the Tulsa Race Massacre and other elements of Black history.
Trump Turned Nonvoters Into Voters in 2020. Will They Turn Out for Next Year's Midterms? Trump Turned Nonvoters Into Voters in 2020. Will They Turn Out for Next Year's Midterms?
Wed, June, 2, 2021
Will the nonvoters who turned out for Trump in 2020 turn out in 2022? Aaron Zitner from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
US aid to Israel was always a given. Will growing support for Palestinians change that? US aid to Israel was always a given. Will growing support for Palestinians change that?
Wed, June, 2, 2021
US aid to Israel has started a heated debate in Washington. Deirdre Shesgreen from USA Today has the story.
Thousands of summer camp counselors can't come to the US because of COVID-19 visa holdups Thousands of summer camp counselors can't come to the US because of COVID-19 visa holdups
Tue, June, 1, 2021
Are thousands of summer camps in jeopardy of shutting down this year, even as we return to normalcy? USA Today's Erin Richards says yes, and notes why it has little to do with the United States.
Jobs are back--but pay isn't Jobs are back--but pay isn't
Tue, June, 1, 2021
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains why there is a huge gap right now between supply & demand of labor as job opportunities return in abundance, and he forecasts when this gap will close.
U.S. Farmers Look for Government Help to Support Biden's Climate Plans U.S. Farmers Look for Government Help to Support Biden's Climate Plans
Tue, June, 1, 2021
In an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, what are some of the things farmers in the U.S. doing? Jacob Bunge of the WSJ explains, and also discusses what the Biden administration can do to help out.
What's behind the highest Memorial Day gas prices since 2014? What's behind the highest Memorial Day gas prices since 2014?
Thu, May, 27, 2021
Tom Kloza from the Oil Price Information Service explains what's behind the highest Memorial Day gas prices since 2014.
Staffing Shortages Pose a Threat to Hotels' Budding Recovery Staffing Shortages Pose a Threat to Hotels' Budding Recovery
Thu, May, 27, 2021
Hospitality is suffering from a lack of workers. Dave Sebastian from the Wall Street Journal joined Gordon Deal this morning to take us behind the headline.
Memorial Day weekend collides with surging travel costs Memorial Day weekend collides with surging travel costs
Thu, May, 27, 2021
The cost of travel is hampering President Biden's desire for a return to normalcy. Alex Gangitano from The Hill gives us a look.
How to Handle Your Re-Entry Anxiety as the Pandemic Recedes How to Handle Your Re-Entry Anxiety as the Pandemic Recedes
Tue, May, 25, 2021
Are you stressed thinking about returning to the office when pandemic restrictions ease? The Wall Street Journal's Elizabeth Bernstein explains how to handle your re-entry anxiety.