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Making sense of the Kavanaugh confirmation circus Making sense of the Kavanaugh confirmation circus
Tue, September, 25, 2018
Gordon Deal is joined by GOP consultant Matt Mackowiak with a look into the Kavanaugh confirmation circus.
'It's hard to say what is real and what isn't': Women wrestle with accusation against Kavanaugh 'It's hard to say what is real and what isn't': Women wrestle with accusation against Kavanaugh
Tue, September, 25, 2018
Party lines dictate who believes the accusation against Brett Kavanaugh. Jenna Johnson from the Washington Post has the story.
Weary of Power Outages, Puerto Ricans Find Solace in Solar Weary of Power Outages, Puerto Ricans Find Solace in Solar
Tue, September, 25, 2018
Erin Ailworth from the Wall Street Journal has a look at how Puerto Rico is trying to fix power outages.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 25, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 25, 2018
Tue, September, 25, 2018
Brett Kavanaugh denies sexual misconduct, cribs, bassinets, diaper bags and other infant products on tariff list, and Indonesian teen survives 49 days adrift on a raft in the Pacific.
Chicago police solved less than one in six homicides in the first half of 2018 Chicago police solved less than one in six homicides in the first half of 2018
Mon, September, 24, 2018
Despite a lower homicide rate Chicago police have only solved one in six homicides in the first half of 2018. USA Today's Aamer Madhani joins us with the latest.
Youth Vaping Has Soared in 2018, New Data Show Youth Vaping Has Soared in 2018, New Data Show
Mon, September, 24, 2018
High schoolers are vaping more in 2018. Betsy McKay from the Wall Street Journal breaks down the data.
Some business owners love Trump tariffs Some business owners love Trump tariffs
Mon, September, 24, 2018
Some business owners are on board with the President's tariffs. Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 24, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 24, 2018
Mon, September, 24, 2018
Senate Democrats investigate a new allegation against Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who is winning in Trump's trade war, and French fries will likely lose an inch in Europe.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal September 22, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal September 22, 2018
Sat, September, 22, 2018
Why women wait to speak up about sexual assault, The improved world of infant care, and South Carolina churches to offer gluten-free Communion bread.
Crumbling national parks: Congress looks to hike funds for repairs after years of neglect Crumbling national parks: Congress looks to hike funds for repairs after years of neglect
Fri, September, 21, 2018
Congress is trying to find away to fix crumbling national parks. Ledyard King from USA Today has the latest.
Cathedral ceilings? Big trucks and big SUVs need bigger garages Cathedral ceilings? Big trucks and big SUVs need bigger garages
Fri, September, 21, 2018
Owners of giant SUVs are finding their current garage just won't do. Phoebe Howard from the Detroit Free Press has the story.
A Year After Maria, Puerto Rico Is Pushed to Precipice A Year After Maria, Puerto Rico Is Pushed to Precipice
Fri, September, 21, 2018
Arian Campo-Flores from the Wall Street Journal has a look at the slow recovery in Puerto Rico.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 21, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 21, 2018
Fri, September, 21, 2018
Much of North Carolina still flooded following Florence, Brett Kavanaugh accuser open to negotiations to testify before Senate panel, and why a Domino's driver earned a $900 tip from church congregation.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 20, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 20, 2018
Thu, September, 20, 2018
Republicans plan to push ahead on Kavanaugh confirmation, U.S. ready to resume North Korea talks, and how spending money on expensive stuff can make you happier.
Hurricane Florence Creating Housing Shortage for Displaced North Carolinians Hurricane Florence Creating Housing Shortage for Displaced North Carolinians
Wed, September, 19, 2018
Hurricane Florence has created a housing shortage for those displaced in North Carolina. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Kusisto explains.
The primaries are over, now it's on to the fall classic The primaries are over, now it's on to the fall classic
Wed, September, 19, 2018
With the primaries over D.C. gets set for the midterm elections. James W. Antle from the Washington Examiner has the story.
North Korea to Allow Outside Inspectors to Visit Missile Test Site North Korea to Allow Outside Inspectors to Visit Missile Test Site
Wed, September, 19, 2018
Jonathan Cheng from the Wall Street Journal has a look at the latest meeting between the leaders of North and South Korea.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 19, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 19, 2018
Wed, September, 19, 2018
Brett Kavanaugh accuser wants 'full investigation' before any Senate hearing, North Korea to allow outside inspectors to visit missile test site, and North Carolina Jewish community is asking for help getting Kosher food for Yom Kippur.
Trump Promised a Rush of Repatriated Cash, But Company Responses Are Modest Trump Promised a Rush of Repatriated Cash, But Company Responses Are Modest
Tue, September, 18, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Richard Rubin went on the hunt for the promised rush of repatriated cash.
With N.F.L. Kickers, You Get What You Pay For With N.F.L. Kickers, You Get What You Pay For
Tue, September, 18, 2018
Why don't place kickers get much love in the NFL? Bill Pennington from the New York Times gives us a look.
Is the Senate in Play? Don't Bet on It Is the Senate in Play? Don't Bet on It
Tue, September, 18, 2018
Democrats have a good chance at the House, but the Senate might be out of reach. Josh Kraushaar from National Journal has the story.
Big Storms Leave Small Marks on the U.S. Economy Big Storms Leave Small Marks on the U.S. Economy
Tue, September, 18, 2018
Harriet Torry from the Wall Street Journal explains why big storms don't leave big marks on the economy.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 18, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 18, 2018
Tue, September, 18, 2018
Carolinas brace for days of floods, Brett Kavanaugh's accuser will testify before senate committee, and how to help people affected by Hurricane Florence.
Riding out the storm in SC Riding out the storm in SC
Mon, September, 17, 2018
Jimmy Watts joins us from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where he decided to ride out Hurricane Florence.
How the midterm elections will affect your pocketbook How the midterm elections will affect your pocketbook
Mon, September, 17, 2018
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance gives us a look at how the midterm elections could affect your pocketbook.