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This Weekend with Gordon Deal May 28, 2016 This Weekend with Gordon Deal May 28, 2016
Sat, May, 28, 2016
Bad habits you don't even realize are holding you back, myths about pool water safety and we chat with Actor Joe Mantegna.
Smart Tampon? The Internet of Every Single Thing Must Be Stopped Smart Tampon? The Internet of Every Single Thing Must Be Stopped
Fri, May, 27, 2016
Joanna Stern of the Wall Street Journal explains why some smart tech just isn't worth the trouble.
Anti-bias Rules Set Up Tricky Question Over Gay Rights Anti-bias Rules Set Up Tricky Question Over Gay Rights
Fri, May, 27, 2016
WSJ's Louis Radnofsky on how transgender laws have muddied the waters regarding gay rights.
The True Meaning of Memorial Day The True Meaning of Memorial Day
Fri, May, 27, 2016
Dan Clare from Disabled American Veterans, explains what Memorial Day means to veterans.
Preview of Summer Driving Season Preview of Summer Driving Season
Fri, May, 27, 2016
Michael Green from AAA explains why this Memorial Day driving season could set records.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 27, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 27, 2016
Fri, May, 27, 2016
President Obama making history at Hiroshima, Taliban's leader's death may not reduce war and New England beach-goers warned: don't take selfies with seals.
David Ortiz Drops the Mic on His Way Out the Door David Ortiz Drops the Mic on His Way Out the Door
Thu, May, 26, 2016
Is age just a number? Boston Red Sox Slugger David Ortiz thinks so. Jared Diamond from the Wall Street Journal has more.
Obama Floats Above the Malaise Obama Floats Above the Malaise
Thu, May, 26, 2016
With election season in full swing, President Obama is enjoying his highest approval ratings to date. Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal explains.
Trials and No Convictions Puts Baltimore Prosecutor in a Bind Trials and No Convictions Puts Baltimore Prosecutor in a Bind
Thu, May, 26, 2016
Pressure is mounting on Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby. Sheryl Gay Stolberg from the New York Times discusses.
In Congress These Days, There Are Many Vice Presidents In Congress These Days, There Are Many Vice Presidents
Thu, May, 26, 2016
Who will the Vice-Presidential candidates be? Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 26, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 26, 2016
Thu, May, 26, 2016
State Department watchdog chastises Hillary Clinton on her emails, there was a shooting at a New York City rap concert and David Ortiz is going retiring on his terms.
Will 'Trumpism' Replace Conservatism? Will 'Trumpism' Replace Conservatism?
Wed, May, 25, 2016
Ben Jacobs from The Guardian on the possible side effects of a Trump candidacy.
How Much are Young Americans Paying a Month on Student Debt? How Much are Young Americans Paying a Month on Student Debt?
Wed, May, 25, 2016
Josh Mitchell of the Wall Street Journal with a surprise about student loan payments.
Why Summer Can be So Depressing to Some People Why Summer Can be So Depressing to Some People
Wed, May, 25, 2016
Psychiatrist Reba Peoples discusses a different seasonal depression.
Donald Trump Lags Behind Hillary Clinton in Organizing Key State Donald Trump Lags Behind Hillary Clinton in Organizing Key State
Wed, May, 25, 2016
Wall Street Journal's Reid Epstein discusses where Trump lags behind.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 25, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 25, 2016
Wed, May, 25, 2016
Trump protesters smash doors and break through barriers, American drivers aren't ready for self driving cars and NFL's most hated player? Jacob Tamme goes all in to win Twitter poll.
The Small Business Report May 24, 2016 The Small Business Report May 24, 2016
Tue, May, 24, 2016
Launching your own business after getting dumped from your favorite job: a chat with entrepreneur and social media influencer Natalie Zfat, who made a promise to not be at someone else's mercy again.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 24, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 24, 2016
Tue, May, 24, 2016
TSA intelligence chief replaced after facing criticism, safety experts say Flight 804 evidence was mishandled and in the new economics of dating, men no longer need to pay.
How Eric and Don Trump Differ from Their Dad How Eric and Don Trump Differ from Their Dad
Mon, May, 23, 2016
With Donald Trump's family playing such a large role in his campaign, Dan Zak from The Washington Post takes a look at Eric and Don Trump's upbringings.
Democrats Fear an Unruly July Convention in Philadelphia Democrats Fear an Unruly July Convention in Philadelphia
Mon, May, 23, 2016
Byron Tau from The Wall Street Journal breaks down why Democrats are concerned about the potential for a raucous, emotionally-charged 2016 convention.
The Most Frustrating Chore: Laundry The Most Frustrating Chore: Laundry
Mon, May, 23, 2016
Ellen Byron of The Wall Street Journal offers some glimmers of hope with products that may make doing your laundry less tedious.
No, Bill Clinton Does Not No, Bill Clinton Does Not "Know How" To Fix The Economy
Mon, May, 23, 2016
Hillary Clinton says she will put her husband in charge of revitalizing the economy should she win in November, but Ben Casselman from FiveThirtyEight.com joins us to explain why Bill Clinton may not be such a great candidate for the job.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 23, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 23, 2016
Mon, May, 23, 2016
Suspect in Massachusetts police officer's death killed in shootout, U.S. lifts arms sales embargo to Vietnam in historic move, and side gigs you can start in retirement.
The Zika Virus and Your Pets The Zika Virus and Your Pets
Fri, May, 20, 2016
Dr. Tom Nelson explains how keeping your pet safe from mosquitoes can save you from the Zika virus.
In Adjacent Pennsylvania Counties, Republicans Are Split on Donald Trump In Adjacent Pennsylvania Counties, Republicans Are Split on Donald Trump
Fri, May, 20, 2016
What is causing the split in GOP voters over Donald Trump? Aaron Zitner of The Wall Street Journal shares the details.