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Welcome to the Ultimate Hold-Your-Nose Election Welcome to the Ultimate Hold-Your-Nose Election
Wed, June, 29, 2016
With both Presidential candidates facing distrustful views from many Americans, Neil King from the Wall Street Journal joins us to discuss how these negative views of each are not stopping hard-nosed supporters from voting for their candidate.
It's Still Anthony Kennedy's Court- but probably Not for Long It's Still Anthony Kennedy's Court- but probably Not for Long
Wed, June, 29, 2016
The Supreme Court released its decisions on abortion rights and affirmative action. Sam Baker from the National Journal breaks down how Justice Anthony Kennedy has swayed the vote "in a surprising liberal direction".
Brits spent all weekend Arguing over Brexit Brits spent all weekend Arguing over Brexit
Wed, June, 29, 2016
The Brexit decision has not only divided many throughout England, but has also spread among families. Lisa Fleisher from Bloomberg News analyzes the generational gap that exists from the vote.
How the White House spun Benghazi How the White House spun Benghazi
Wed, June, 29, 2016
Sarah Westwood from the Washington Examiner with a look at how the White House dealt with Benghazi.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 29, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 29, 2016
Wed, June, 29, 2016
Terrorists attack busy Istanbul airport, Justice Anthony Kennedy may be losing his swing vote statues and surprises that shrink your Social Security check.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 28, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 28, 2016
Tue, June, 28, 2016
What should worry us the most about the Brexit, Elizabeth Warren goes after Trump and great summer jobs.
How Economic Officials in Washington are Responding to Brexit How Economic Officials in Washington are Responding to Brexit
Mon, June, 27, 2016
Sudeep Reddy from the Wall Street Journal examines the fallout from the Brexit vote and the next moves for economic officials in Washington.
What Investors need to know about the Brexit Fallout What Investors need to know about the Brexit Fallout
Mon, June, 27, 2016
Managing Director and Founder of Sun Group Winnie Sun with important information for investors following Brexit.
In Wake of 'Brexit', Addressing Voter Anger with More than Lip Service In Wake of 'Brexit', Addressing Voter Anger with More than Lip Service
Mon, June, 27, 2016
How will leaders in the U.S. address Brexit and voter anger towards the economy? David Wessel from the Brookings Institution has more.
How will U.S. Markets Respond after a Weekend to Digest Brexit? How will U.S. Markets Respond after a Weekend to Digest Brexit?
Mon, June, 27, 2016
The Wall Street Journal's Paul Vigna with a look at how U.S. markets will respond after a weekend to take in the Brexit decision.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 27, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 27, 2016
Mon, June, 27, 2016
How economic officials in Washington are responding to Brexit, five killed in Colorado Amtrak train-car crash and Facebook is the new office break room.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal June 25, 2016 This Weekend with Gordon Deal June 25, 2016
Sat, June, 25, 2016
An in depth look at the story of sports and money, preparing your family for natural disasters and dad gets tattoo to match his son's surgery scar.
The The "Leaves" have it. What does that mean for the U.S.?
Fri, June, 24, 2016
What does the Brexit vote mean for the U.S.? Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has the story.
U.K. Exit Heightens Fears of Disintegration U.K. Exit Heightens Fears of Disintegration
Fri, June, 24, 2016
What will happen now that Briton voted to leave the EU? Stephen Fidler from the Wall Street Journal explains.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 24, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 24, 2016
Fri, June, 24, 2016
Britain votes to leave EU, unleashing global turmoil, U.S. Supreme Court deadlock blocks Obama's immigration plan and the funniest #Brexit tweets.
5 Campaign promises that would hurt the economy 5 Campaign promises that would hurt the economy
Thu, June, 23, 2016
Yahoo Finance Columnist Rick Newman with a look at 5 lofty campaign promises that both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are making on the trail that would hurt the economy.
What's on Tap For US with Brexit? What's on Tap For US with Brexit?
Thu, June, 23, 2016
With the all important Brexit vote taking place, Lydia Tomkiw from IBT discusses how Britain's decision to stay or leave the European Union impacts business in the U.S.
Water-Wasting Leaks Plague Many Cities Water-Wasting Leaks Plague Many Cities
Thu, June, 23, 2016
Wall Street Journal reporter Cameron McWhirter examines why many American cities are using "quick fix" approaches to repair water breaker infrastructure rather than allocating money to improve these conditions.
Trump rails against 'pathetic liar' Clinton in pivotal speech Trump rails against 'pathetic liar' Clinton in pivotal speech
Thu, June, 23, 2016
Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump gives a speech slamming Hillary Clinton's past as Secretary of State. Political Reporter Jonathan Easley from The Hill analyzes Trump's latest remarks.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 23, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 23, 2016
Thu, June, 23, 2016
Democrats Occupy House floor to compel votes on gun bills, campaign promises that would hurt the economy and the lack of NCAA Tournament wins in this year's NBA lottery picks.
Trump Increasingly Relies on his Kids as Campaign Hits Snags Trump Increasingly Relies on his Kids as Campaign Hits Snags
Wed, June, 22, 2016
Kevin Cirilli from Bloomberg News with an inside look at the Trump campaign and the important role his kids are playing on the campaign trail.
66 Million Americans have no Emergency Savings 66 Million Americans have no Emergency Savings
Wed, June, 22, 2016
An alarming new survey says upwards of 66 million Americans do not have any money saved for emergencies. Greg McBride from Bankrate.com analyzes the findings and offers some advice on how to start saving.
Hillary Clinton Shows Another Side in General Election Pivot Hillary Clinton Shows Another Side in General Election Pivot
Wed, June, 22, 2016
Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is "trying to break through the clutter of typical political jargon", says the Wall Street Journal's Peter Nicholas. He joins us with more on Clinton's general election pivot.
Trump's Fundraising Isn't Just Bad News for Trump Trump's Fundraising Isn't Just Bad News for Trump
Wed, June, 22, 2016
Kyle Trygstad of National Journal discusses Trump's campaign fundraising woes and how it effects the futures of the presumptive nominee and the Republican Party moving forward.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 22, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 22, 2016
Wed, June, 22, 2016
A "Glimmer of hope" seen for compromise in U.S. gun control bill, Hillary Clinton blasts Donald Trumps business records and a look at the role that Donald Trump's children play in his campaign as it snags.