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What Your Voice Reveals About You What Your Voice Reveals About You
Thu, August, 15, 2019
Your voice can give away more about you than you realize. Sarah Krouse from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Large employers question 'Medicare for All' plans Large employers question 'Medicare for All' plans
Thu, August, 15, 2019
Mary Ellen McIntire from Roll Call explains why employers are wary of "Medicare for All."
'I am absolutely committed': Kamala Harris fighting notion that she's overlooking Iowa voters 'I am absolutely committed': Kamala Harris fighting notion that she's overlooking Iowa voters
Thu, August, 15, 2019
Kamala Harris is fighting the notion that she is overlooking Iowa voters. USA Today's John Fritze joins us with the latest.
As Global Order Crumbles, Risks of Recession Grow As Global Order Crumbles, Risks of Recession Grow
Thu, August, 15, 2019
Are we moving closer to a global recession? Greg Ip from the Wall Street Journal breaks down some of the warning signs.
The House v. Trump: Stymied Lawmakers Increasingly Battle in the Courts The House v. Trump: Stymied Lawmakers Increasingly Battle in the Courts
Wed, August, 14, 2019
Two branches of the government are fighting with each other with third stuck watching from the sideline. The New York Times' Nicholas Fandos and Gordon Deal discuss what the lasting consequences could be.
Covered in princesses - and bulletproof: Inside the booming business of everyday ballistic gear Covered in princesses - and bulletproof: Inside the booming business of everyday ballistic gear
Wed, August, 14, 2019
Abha Bhattarai from the Washington Post says the business of outfitting children in bulletproof school gear is booming.
Trump's Primary Advantage: No Real Competition Trump's Primary Advantage: No Real Competition
Wed, August, 14, 2019
President Trump's lack of a primary challenger has given him a leg up leading into the 2020 election. The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib has the story.
After Newtown, Pulse, Vegas stirred little change, gun-control advocates hope latest shootings push tougher laws After Newtown, Pulse, Vegas stirred little change, gun-control advocates hope latest shootings push tougher laws
Wed, August, 14, 2019
Will there be meaningful change when it comes to gun-control? Ledyard King from USA Today gives us a look.
Mass shootings could prompt Supreme Court to sidestep cases seeking to expand Second Amendment rights Mass shootings could prompt Supreme Court to sidestep cases seeking to expand Second Amendment rights
Tue, August, 13, 2019
Recent mass shooting may cause the Supreme Court to sidestep cases seeking to expand Second Amendment rights. Richard Wolf from USA Today explains.
Trump's 3 lies on trade Trump's 3 lies on trade
Tue, August, 13, 2019
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains why President Trump has based his entire trade policy toward China on three falsehoods.
Firearms cases loom before Supreme Court after deadly summer Firearms cases loom before Supreme Court after deadly summer
Tue, August, 13, 2019
After a deadly summer will the Supreme Court rule on firearms cases? Melissa Quinn from the Washington Examiner has the story.
College Still Pays Off, but Not for Everyone College Still Pays Off, but Not for Everyone
Mon, August, 12, 2019
The Wall Street Journal's Josh Mitchell breaks down how despite its high-cost college is a good investment for some.
Five Years After Michael Brown's Death, Ferguson Still Shows Scars of Riots Five Years After Michael Brown's Death, Ferguson Still Shows Scars of Riots
Mon, August, 12, 2019
Five years later Ferguson, Missouri is still trying to recover from Michael Brown's killing and the riots that followed. Shayndi Raice from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look.
Walmart not banning gun sales in wake of mass shooting, but advocates say it should Walmart not banning gun sales in wake of mass shooting, but advocates say it should
Mon, August, 12, 2019
Industry experts are waiting to see how Walmart reacts to the latest mass shooting. Charisse Jones from USA Today has the story.
'Devastated': Mix-ups at fertility center breed litigation for emotional distress 'Devastated': Mix-ups at fertility center breed litigation for emotional distress
Fri, August, 9, 2019
Alex Swoyer of the Washington Times breaks the stunning story of fertility center mix-ups, producing childbirths to the wrong parents, along with an overwhelming amount of frustration, heartache, and litigation.
Boomers and Generation X see this as the No. 1 financial mistake but millennials don't Boomers and Generation X see this as the No. 1 financial mistake but millennials don't
Fri, August, 9, 2019
As if Boomers & Gen X and Millennials don't disagree on enough already, the action of planning for retirement produces another contrast between the generations' mindsets. MarketWatch's Catey Hill fills us in.
A Look at Leading Gun Proposals and Their Potential to Curb Mass Shootings A Look at Leading Gun Proposals and Their Potential to Curb Mass Shootings
Fri, August, 9, 2019
It goes without saying that efforts need to be made to prevent future mass shootings. What exactly is being done? And are these new gun proposals and measures effective enough to yield their intended results? Andy Duehren of the WSJ gives us more info.
After Mass Shootings, Workers Plot Their Own 'What-If' Escape Plans After Mass Shootings, Workers Plot Their Own 'What-If' Escape Plans
Fri, August, 9, 2019
WSJ's Chip Cutter rolls out all of the possible escape routes that millions of workers are now devising to protect themselves in future worst-case mass shooting scenarios.
Companies are racing to dump their pension plans Companies are racing to dump their pension plans
Thu, August, 8, 2019
Is your #financial future in trouble? Jennifer Kingson from Axios dishes out the harsh reality that some corporations are now shifting away from #pension plans in order to put more risk on #employees to save for the future.
US News & World Report ranks America's 'best' colleges. But, is there really a way to know? US News & World Report ranks America's 'best' colleges. But, is there really a way to know?
Thu, August, 8, 2019
USA Today's Chris Quintana poses questions regarding "best colleges" #rankings : how much value do they actually hold? And how much of these rankings is fueling an ugly selectivity and, in turn, producing more #College #AdmissionsScandals ?
Mass shootings spur call for proactive 'domestic terrorism' charges Mass shootings spur call for proactive 'domestic terrorism' charges
Thu, August, 8, 2019
Jeff Mordock of the Washington Times details the possibility of instituting a federal #DomesticTerrorism charge in attempts to prevent #MassShootings rather than respond to them.
Public Wi-Fi is Safer Than Ever--But You Still Need to Be Careful Public Wi-Fi is Safer Than Ever--But You Still Need to Be Careful
Wed, August, 7, 2019
While there is certainly not as much danger anymore in having your personal information breached from joining unsecured public Wi-Fi, WSJ's David Pierce still lays out some precautions for us.
A Rare Gun-Control Proposal That Could Unite Congress A Rare Gun-Control Proposal That Could Unite Congress
Wed, August, 7, 2019
In the wake of the mass shootings last weekend, the Atlantic's Russell Berman details the progress that Red Flag laws are making on Capitol Hill, and how they could do a great deal to help curb future tragedies.
'Corn, soybeans and landmines': Dems sweat early state blunders 'Corn, soybeans and landmines': Dems sweat early state blunders
Wed, August, 7, 2019
Even though this time of summer is usually less hectic for presidential candidates, POLITICO's David Siders notes how they still have plenty of campaigning to do, as well as plenty of mistakes to avoid.
The New Trend in Steak: Old Beef The New Trend in Steak: Old Beef
Wed, August, 7, 2019
Aged beef becoming the more preferred choice? Alina Dizik of the WSJ has the latest in a new unique trend for steak and beef lovers.