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Winter travel tips Winter travel tips
Wed, November, 14, 2018
Ready to hit the slopes? Travel expert Jeanenne Tornatore details why this winter looks extremely promising to travel.
Florida recounts, lawsuits, chaos: Why the state's political polarization is grabbing the spotlight again Florida recounts, lawsuits, chaos: Why the state's political polarization is grabbing the spotlight again
Wed, November, 14, 2018
USA Today reporter Ledyard King gives analysis on Florida's election debacle and how some Florida politicians believe they have a sound election process despite the mess.
College Sports' Newest Need: Psychologists College Sports' Newest Need: Psychologists
Wed, November, 14, 2018
Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal explains how increasing mental health issues in college students are prompting universities to add psychologists to their athletic departments.
As Women Enjoy Political Gains, Advocates See Room for More As Women Enjoy Political Gains, Advocates See Room for More
Wed, November, 14, 2018
Although a record number of women have been elected to the new congress, women in office remain severely under represented. Wall Street Journal Reporter Janet Hook spoke to Gordon Deal about it.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 14, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 14, 2018
Wed, November, 14, 2018
Death toll hits 48 in California's worst wildfire disaster, President Trump weighs replacing Chief of Staff John Kelly in White House shake-up, and Syracuse profits by handwriting thousands of late-tax notes.
When Scandals Hit Campus, College Boards Rarely Get Hurt When Scandals Hit Campus, College Boards Rarely Get Hurt
Tue, November, 13, 2018
Despite many collegiate scandals over the past few years, college boards seem practically untouchable. Melissa Korn of the Wall Street Journal talked to Gordon Deal about it.
Trump's refusal to disappoint rally crowds raises 2020 concerns Trump's refusal to disappoint rally crowds raises 2020 concerns
Tue, November, 13, 2018
Will Trump's harsh rhetoric turn off key independent voters in the 2020 election? Washington Times' S.A. Miller takes a look.
U.S. on a Course to Spend More on Debt Than Defense U.S. on a Course to Spend More on Debt Than Defense
Tue, November, 13, 2018
Wall Street Journal reporter Kate Davidson explains how interest rates on the national debt may soon cost more than many government programs.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 13, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 13, 2018
Tue, November, 13, 2018
At least 42 fatalities tallied in California's deadliest wildfire ever, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema wins Arizona Senate race, and how to help California fire victims.
With History of election scandal, Broward County ballots could change Florida elections With History of election scandal, Broward County ballots could change Florida elections
Tue, November, 13, 2018
Ana Ceballos of the Naples Daily News details the Broward County election debacle.
Democrats to bedevil Trump with probes, subpoenas Democrats to bedevil Trump with probes, subpoenas
Mon, November, 12, 2018
The Washington Times' Dan Boylan and Gordon Deal discuss the probes and subpoenas that could be coming the Trump administrations way.
Democratic House Win Sets Up Clash Over Trump Tax Cuts Democratic House Win Sets Up Clash Over Trump Tax Cuts
Mon, November, 12, 2018
The Democratic House victory sets up a clash over tax cuts. Richard Rubin from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Four midterm election signs that show how Trump can win in 2020 Four midterm election signs that show how Trump can win in 2020
Mon, November, 12, 2018
James Antle from the Washington Examiner gives us a look the signs that show how President Trump can win in 2020.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 12, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 12, 2018
Mon, November, 12, 2018
One of the deadliest wildfires continues to burn in California, recount fight rages in Florida and Georgia, and the Amazon-proof store.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal November 10, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal November 10, 2018
Sat, November, 10, 2018
Why Trump did what he needed to do in the midterms, the top vehicles for military members, and and a look at holiday shopping season.
McConnell becomes Trump's first line of defense McConnell becomes Trump's first line of defense
Fri, November, 9, 2018
Alexander Bolton of The Hill explores the Senate Majority Leader's new role under President Trump.
Travel Mistakes That Can Land You in the Hospital Travel Mistakes That Can Land You in the Hospital
Fri, November, 9, 2018
Scott McCartney of The Wall Street Journal explains why so many people get injured while traveling.
What can we learn from the Thousand Oaks shooter? What can we learn from the Thousand Oaks shooter?
Fri, November, 9, 2018
John Matthews, president and founder of The Community Safety Institute in Dallas, offers advice for safety in the event of a mass shooting.
Inside the mind of a mass shooter Inside the mind of a mass shooter
Fri, November, 9, 2018
Bruce Alexander, president of Security 1 Solutions, takes a look at the tactical parallels of mass shootings.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 9, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 9, 2018
Fri, November, 9, 2018
Police probe the motive of the shooter in the Southern California bar massacre, recounts and runoffs still loom over high-profile elections in Florida and Georgia, and how all those annoying political ads could soon help improve your favorite TV shows.
Trump Did What He Needed to Do in the Midterms Trump Did What He Needed to Do in the Midterms
Thu, November, 8, 2018
President Trump avoided a disaster at the polls, Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal explains.
For Nancy Pelosi, a Comeback Eight Years in the Making For Nancy Pelosi, a Comeback Eight Years in the Making
Thu, November, 8, 2018
Natalie Andrews of the Wall Street Journal details Nancy Pelosi's return as house majority leader.
Money, message and Trump: 6 lessons learned from the most tumultuous midterms in a generation Money, message and Trump: 6 lessons learned from the most tumultuous midterms in a generation
Thu, November, 8, 2018
USA Today's Susan Page talks about what this midterm means for the 2020 election.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 08, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 08, 2018
Thu, November, 8, 2018
Attorney General Jeff Sessions pushed out of White House, lessons learned from the most tumultuous midterms in a generation, and angry customer is stuck with cheese.
How the House turned blue How the House turned blue
Wed, November, 7, 2018
Ally Mutnick of the National Journal dives into the Blue Wave across the House of Representatives and what it means.