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What Trump May Have Been Thinking with Putin What Trump May Have Been Thinking with Putin
Tue, July, 17, 2018
Listen as the Washington Examiner's Emily Jashinsky informs Gordon on just what President Trump may have been thinking when he was friendly with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russia is Not Our Friend Russia is Not Our Friend
Tue, July, 17, 2018
Listen as Republican U.S. Congressman Jim Banks from Indiana tells Gordon how President Trump needs to be harsher in his dealings with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2018
Tue, July, 17, 2018
President Trump hit with bi-partisan criticism over Putin summit, judge halts deportations of recently reunited migrant families, and students head to test-taking camp.
White House Lawyer Reshapes U.S. Courts White House Lawyer Reshapes U.S. Courts
Mon, July, 16, 2018
Peter Nicholas from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look at who Donald McGahn is and why he is so important to the Trump administration.
How the American Dream has changed, and how to achieve it How the American Dream has changed, and how to achieve it
Mon, July, 16, 2018
Financial adviser Gary Sirak and Gordon Deal discuss how the American dream has changed over the years.
Many States Are Likely Unprepared for Next Downturn Many States Are Likely Unprepared for Next Downturn
Mon, July, 16, 2018
David Harrison from the Wall Street Journal explains why many states might be in trouble during another downturn.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 16, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 16, 2018
Mon, July, 16, 2018
President Trump meets with Vladimir Putin, many states are likely unprepared for a downturn, and a beer for Trump-Putin summit.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal July 14, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal July 14, 2018
Sat, July, 14, 2018
Walmart is stepping into the social justice world, the World Cup has highlighted the best in flops, and ways to keep your smart home from being hacked.
Americans are finally making progress paying back their debts Americans are finally making progress paying back their debts
Fri, July, 13, 2018
Maria LaMagna from MarketWatch explains why more people are able to pay back their loans and credit card debts on time.
Trump is right about the NATO deadbeats Trump is right about the NATO deadbeats
Fri, July, 13, 2018
Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance discusses the contributions NATO members have made to mutual defense.
As More New Dads Get Paternity Leave, Companies Push Them to Take It As More New Dads Get Paternity Leave, Companies Push Them to Take It
Fri, July, 13, 2018
Vanessa Fuhrmans from The Wall Street Journal explores the stigma about men taking paternity leave.
Health Law Is an Issue in Fight Over Supreme Court Pick Brett Kavanaugh Health Law Is an Issue in Fight Over Supreme Court Pick Brett Kavanaugh
Fri, July, 13, 2018
Stephanie Armour of The Wall Street Journal details the debates that Democrats and Republicans are having about Brett Kavanaugh.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 13, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 13, 2018
Fri, July, 13, 2018
FBI agent denies claims of bias against President Trump in acrimonious House hearing, why companies are pushing new dads to take paternity leave, and the best states for retirement.
Where Will Gas Prices End Up This Summer? Where Will Gas Prices End Up This Summer?
Thu, July, 12, 2018
Head of Global Energy Analysis at Oil Price Information Service Tom Kloza breaks down these rising gas prices for us.
Alexa: Don't Let My 2-Year-Old Talk to You That Way Alexa: Don't Let My 2-Year-Old Talk to You That Way
Thu, July, 12, 2018
Sue Shellenbarger of The Wall Street Journal details the bad habits some children are picking up from using smart speakers such as Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri
Fox Losing Money on World Cup Without U.S. Team Fox Losing Money on World Cup Without U.S. Team
Thu, July, 12, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Joe Flint tells Gordon how Fox is losing money on televising the World Cup because of the significant time difference in Russia and the absence of an American team.
Parents Are Borrowing Even More to Pay for Their Kids' College Parents Are Borrowing Even More to Pay for Their Kids' College
Thu, July, 12, 2018
Listen as MarketWatch's Jillian Berman tells Gordon how parents are borrowing more and more money to pay for their kids' college tuition.
How We Need to Tackle The Immigration Crisis How We Need to Tackle The Immigration Crisis
Thu, July, 12, 2018
Listen as Congresswoman Susan Brooks tells Gordon how America needs to attack the immigration crisis it faces.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 12, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 12, 2018
Thu, July, 12, 2018
Trump calls on NATO allies to double military spending, the founder of Papa John's resigns as chairman after using racial slur and why parents are borrowing even more to pay for their kids' college.
Four Words Missing in the New Tax Law Give Restaurants Heartburn Four Words Missing in the New Tax Law Give Restaurants Heartburn
Wed, July, 11, 2018
Richard Rubin from The Wall Street Journal breaks down the legislative mistake that is causing some restaurants to postpone renovations.
Why Does Every Soccer Player Do This? Why Does Every Soccer Player Do This?
Wed, July, 11, 2018
David Gendelman of The New York Times joins us to explain why psychologists say every soccer player puts their hands to their heads when they miss a shot.
These Six Senators Could Make or Break Brett Kavanaugh's Nomination These Six Senators Could Make or Break Brett Kavanaugh's Nomination
Wed, July, 11, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Eliza Collins tells Gordon which six senators could determine if Brett Kavanaugh becomes a Supreme Court Judge or not.
One Sure Way to Keep Cord Cutting Prices Down One Sure Way to Keep Cord Cutting Prices Down
Wed, July, 11, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Jefferson Graham tells Gordon how people can cut the cord on their cable televisions without their wallets taking a hit.
Outside Groups Plan Costly Campaigns For--Or Against--Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Outside Groups Plan Costly Campaigns For--Or Against--Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh
Wed, July, 11, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Julie Bykowicz tells Gordon how the battle over President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, is expected to be bitter and costly.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 11, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 11, 2018
Wed, July, 11, 2018
President Trump criticizes NATO allies at summit, the U.S. unveils another $200 billion in tariffs on Chinese goods and tips on how to keep cord-cutting prices down.