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This Morning with Gordon Deal January 12, 2022 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 12, 2022
Wed, January, 12, 2022
President Biden endorses filibuster rule changes if necessary to pass voting legislation, all 17 victims of Bronx apartment fire died of smoke inhalation, and family uses detective skills to track down stolen show dog.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 01, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 01, 2021
Wed, December, 1, 2021
Shooter kills three in Michigan school, Supreme Court to hear landmark abortion case this week, and wrong-number text gets high school team a video call with the Buccaneers.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 17, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 17, 2021
Tue, August, 17, 2021
President Biden defends Afghanistan pullout amid bipartisan criticism, how you can help victims of the Haiti earthquake, and cat's meowing helps rescuers find owner.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 08, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 08, 2021
Tue, June, 8, 2021
U.S. retrieves millions in ransom paid to Colonial Pipeline hackers, FDA approves first new Alzheimer's drug in nearly two decades, and Wisconsin father sets new pushup world record to raise money for family of fallen first responders.
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The futility of taxing big business The futility of taxing big business
Mon, April, 12, 2021
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance and Gordon Deal discuss how big business always manages to stay one step ahead of the tax code.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal March 06, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal March 06, 2021
Sat, March, 6, 2021
Unprecedented numbers of students have disappeared during the pandemic, where have all the work friends gone, and we have become a nation of video streamers during the pandemic.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 24, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 24, 2021
Wed, February, 24, 2021
FBI alert about possible 'war' against Congress reached D.C. and Capitol Police on eve of attack, could we see an economic boom after the pandemic, and a business suit that's pajamas, too.
Democrats Face Intraparty Fight on Minimum Wage Democrats Face Intraparty Fight on Minimum Wage
Mon, February, 22, 2021
Democrats face doubts over raising the minimum wage. Andrew Duehren from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal December 12, 2020 This Weekend with Gordon Deal December 12, 2020
Sat, December, 12, 2020
Disbelief saddles health-care workers, why more men are seeking help with their relationships, and catching chess cheaters.
Defense pick faces big hurdle Defense pick faces big hurdle
Thu, December, 10, 2020
Rebecca Kheel from The Hill gives us a look at the hurdles facing President-Elect Joe Biden's defense pick.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal November 14, 2020 This Weekend with Gordon Deal November 14, 2020
Sat, November, 14, 2020
Testing and data woes challenge U.S. covid-19 response, college football limps toward the pandemic season's conclusion, and things parents should stop wasting their money on.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 25, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 25, 2019
Thu, April, 25, 2019
President Trump vows stonewall of 'All' House subpoenas, measles infects highest number since 2000, and the most frugal player in the NFL draft.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 01, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 01, 2019
Fri, February, 1, 2019
Over 20 dead in U.S. polar vortex, President Trump says he will move ahead on wall without Congress, and in cold weather, how often should I start my car.
How Amazon Became One of Washington's Most Powerful Players How Amazon Became One of Washington's Most Powerful Players
Fri, June, 22, 2018
Brody Mullins from the Wall Street Journal explains how Amazon has become a powerful player in Washington.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 11, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 11, 2018
Fri, May, 11, 2018
Trump says he will meet North Korea's Kim Jong Un on June 12 in Singapore, release of thousands of Russia-linked Facebook ads shows how propaganda sharpened, and mother hails Florida officer for saving baby.
New York Bourbons Are Nipping at Kentucky's Heels New York Bourbons Are Nipping at Kentucky's Heels
Mon, May, 7, 2018
Want to relax with a good bourbon? Charles Passy from the Wall Street Journal says to skip Kentucky and head towards Brooklyn.
Why Joe Biden Keeps Mentioning a 2020 Run Why Joe Biden Keeps Mentioning a 2020 Run
Tue, December, 13, 2016
Is Joe Biden planning a run in 2020? The Wall Street Journal's Reid Epstein has the story.