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'A New Era of Diagnosis for Alzheimer's Disease': Scientists Study Blood Tests for Dementia 'A New Era of Diagnosis for Alzheimer's Disease': Scientists Study Blood Tests for Dementia
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Scientists are studying blood tests for patients with dementia. Ken Alltucker of USA Today shares the story.
After Leak of Roe v. Wade Opinion, Parties make Dueling Bets on Power of Abortion Issue After Leak of Roe v. Wade Opinion, Parties make Dueling Bets on Power of Abortion Issue
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Aaron Zitner from Wall Street Journal breaks down the two parties discussing the power of abortion issue.
When Student Loan Debt Paused, These Borrowers Kept Playing When Student Loan Debt Paused, These Borrowers Kept Playing
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Rather than skipping payments during the Biden administration's student-loan freeze, a small but committed percentage of borrowers chose to keep paying anyway. Julia Carpenter from Wall Street Journal has the details.
Not There Yet: Pro-lifers Subdued Despite Promise of Biggest Victory in Movement's History Not There Yet: Pro-lifers Subdued Despite Promise of Biggest Victory in Movement's History
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Valerie Richardson of the Washington Times discusses with Gordon Deal about leaked Supreme Court draft striking down Roe v. Wade.
Workers Are Changing Jobs, Ranking in Big Raises and Keeping Inflation High Workers Are Changing Jobs, Ranking in Big Raises and Keeping Inflation High
Tue, April, 26, 2022
Workers changing jobs are helping to keep inflation elevated. Gwynn Guilford from Wall Street Journal tells us more.
Yes, You Can Be More Than Your Job Title Yes, You Can Be More Than Your Job Title
Tue, April, 26, 2022
Rachel Feintzeig from Wall Street Journal shares her story with Gordon Deal on how to rediscover the 'I can't believe I just did that' feeling.
Odd Scam Offers Free Food or Deep Discounts Where Someone Else Pays the Bills Odd Scam Offers Free Food or Deep Discounts Where Someone Else Pays the Bills
Tue, April, 26, 2022
Scammers are offering free food or deep discounts to rip off restaurants, delivery apps, and consumers. Susan Tompor of Detroit Free Press has the details.
Ukraine's Battlefield Success No Surprise to their National Guard Trainers in U.S. Ukraine's Battlefield Success No Surprise to their National Guard Trainers in U.S.
Tue, April, 26, 2022
Mike Glenn of the Washington Times tells Gordon Deal about California National Guard's history of training and working with Ukrainian troops.
How Should the Airlines handle their Newfound Prosperity? How Should the Airlines handle their Newfound Prosperity?
Mon, April, 25, 2022
After the pandemic, airlines are figuring out how to handle their new prosperity. Gordon discusses this with business advisor Carl Gould.
To Get Into the Ivy League, 'Extraordinary' Isn't Always Enough These Days To Get Into the Ivy League, 'Extraordinary' Isn't Always Enough These Days
Mon, April, 25, 2022
Being extremely intelligent is not enough for students to get into an Ivy League school. Doug Belkin from Wall Street Journal shares the story.
The Most Interesting Republicans Primaries of 2022 The Most Interesting Republicans Primaries of 2022
Mon, April, 25, 2022
Amber Philips of the Washington Post discusses the most interesting Republican primaries of 2022 with Gordon Deal.
Gas Prices, Inflation, Make Some Want to Work from Home even as Offices Call Workers Back Gas Prices, Inflation, Make Some Want to Work from Home even as Offices Call Workers Back
Fri, April, 22, 2022
High inflation and gas prices are making some workers stay at home. Charisse Jones of USA Today has the story.
Does Office Environmentalism Reduce Waste or Is It a Waste of Time? Does Office Environmentalism Reduce Waste or Is It a Waste of Time?
Fri, April, 22, 2022
Are office environmental programs worth the time and money? Callum Borchers from Wall Street Journal has the story.
Is the U.S. Doing Enough to Help Ukraine? Is the U.S. Doing Enough to Help Ukraine?
Fri, April, 22, 2022
Congressman Jim Himes tells Gordon Deal about the latest round of aid to Ukraine.
When Quitting Normalizes, Benefit to Low-Wage Workers May Subside When Quitting Normalizes, Benefit to Low-Wage Workers May Subside
Thu, April, 21, 2022
Low-wage workers quitting their jobs may not find greener pastures, after all. Gabriel Rubin from Wall Street Journal has the story.
Inflation is Driving the Gig Economy as Americans Try to Make Ends Meet Inflation is Driving the Gig Economy as Americans Try to Make Ends Meet
Thu, April, 21, 2022
High inflation is driving the "Gig Economy." Megan Leonhardt of Fortune shares the story.
With Arizona a Toss-Up in Midterms, Infighting Reigns Among GOP, Democrats With Arizona a Toss-Up in Midterms, Infighting Reigns Among GOP, Democrats
Thu, April, 21, 2022
Eliza Collins from Wall Street Journal shares the details with Gordon Deal on Arizona's toss-up as the midterm election season begins.
Demand for Comfort Food Greases Market for All Things Fried Demand for Comfort Food Greases Market for All Things Fried
Wed, April, 20, 2022
Fried foods are making a comeback. Annie Gasperro from Wall Street Journal has the story.
Hot Economy, Rising Inflation: The Fed Has Never Successfully Fixed a Problem Like This Hot Economy, Rising Inflation: The Fed Has Never Successfully Fixed a Problem Like This
Wed, April, 20, 2022
Can the FED do anything fix the current state of the economy? Nick Timiraos from Wall Street Journal searches for an answer.
Students are so Behind Due to Pandemic Schools Pay Millions for Tutoring Students are so Behind Due to Pandemic Schools Pay Millions for Tutoring
Wed, April, 20, 2022
School districts are paying millions for unproven tutoring because of the pandemic's effect on children. Sara Randazzo from Wall Street Journal has the latest details with Gordon Deal.
5 Plot Twists that Could Upend the Midterms 5 Plot Twists that Could Upend the Midterms
Wed, April, 20, 2022
Steven Shepard of POLITICO shares plot twists that could change before November.
No Love for Chicken Salad No Love for Chicken Salad
Tue, April, 19, 2022
Who got fired for being a picky eater, and the couple prepping for wedding bliss? Dave Duncan invades today's Mike Drop.
Have Democrats grown too dependent on their donors? Have Democrats grown too dependent on their donors?
Tue, April, 19, 2022
Democrats continue to set fundraising records from donors. Josh Kraushaar from National Journal explains why this could cost them.
The Hottest New Perk in Corporate America: Pay your Employees to Stop Working The Hottest New Perk in Corporate America: Pay your Employees to Stop Working
Tue, April, 19, 2022
American workplaces have introduced a surprising new perk. Megan Leonhardt from Fortune and Gordon Deal discuss.