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Is Climate Carnage Inevitable? Is Climate Carnage Inevitable?
Mon, November, 8, 2021
With world leaders gathered in Glasgow for the United Nations' annual climate summit, Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance shares his take on the climate crisis: there's a lot more talk than action, and we need to acknowledge that global warming's impact is inevitable.
Youngkin's Virginia Win Offers Midterm Road Map for GOP, Warning for Democrats Youngkin's Virginia Win Offers Midterm Road Map for GOP, Warning for Democrats
Mon, November, 8, 2021
Aaron Zitner from The Wall Street Journal explores the impact of Glenn Youngkin's win in Virginia on 2022 midterm strategies for both Republicans and Democrats.
Work From Home Is Going to Change How You Get Promoted and Why Work From Home Is Going to Change How You Get Promoted and Why
Mon, November, 8, 2021
With the continued rise of remote work, employers are changing the way they evaluate performance. Aki Ito from Insider.com explains the new (and better) way companies are awarding promotions.
Murphy's Narrow Win in New Jersey Does Little to Ease Democratic Anxieties Murphy's Narrow Win in New Jersey Does Little to Ease Democratic Anxieties
Mon, November, 8, 2021
Democrats scored a win last week when Phil Murphy won reelection as New Jersey's governor. But the race's narrow margin did little to ease the party's anxieties ahead of the 2022 midterms. Tyler Pager from The Washington Post provides the Democratic perspective on Election Day.
A 700-Year-Old Law May Inform Supreme Court's Second Amendment Decision A 700-Year-Old Law May Inform Supreme Court's Second Amendment Decision
Wed, November, 3, 2021
John Fritze from USA Today explores how a 700-year-old English law could impact the outcome of an important 2nd amendment case currently being considered by the Supreme Court.
Biden Framework's New Programs Face Expiration Dates Biden Framework's New Programs Face Expiration Dates
Wed, November, 3, 2021
There are several new programs in the $1.85-trillion spending bill that Democrats are negotiating, like universal pre-K. But those proposed programs may expire sooner than later. Natalie Andrews from The Wall Street Journal explains the story.
Glenn Youngkin Leads GOP to Election Day Wins Glenn Youngkin Leads GOP to Election Day Wins
Wed, November, 3, 2021
GOP Strategist Matt Mackowiak joins us live to analyze Tuesday's election results, which were broadly positive for Republicans.
Work-From-Anywhere Perks Give Silicon Valley a New Edge in Talent War Work-From-Anywhere Perks Give Silicon Valley a New Edge in Talent War
Mon, August, 9, 2021
Tech analyst Rob Enderle from The Enderle Group examines the changing Silicon Valley workforce, which is adding more and more workers based across the country.
The Missing Pay Raises The Missing Pay Raises
Mon, August, 9, 2021
Average hourly wages continue to rise, but they're not really having a positive impact on workers' wallets. Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance explains the other trends that are canceling out rising wages.
A Republican and Democrat Walk Into a Town Hall. Can They Help Fix Congress? A Republican and Democrat Walk Into a Town Hall. Can They Help Fix Congress?
Mon, August, 9, 2021
In a political climate that is as contentious as ever, Reps. Dean Phillips (D-MN) and Dusty Johnson (R-SD) have forged a problem-solving partnership. Ledge King from USA Today explores their friendship.
Biden Puts Cyber at Center of His Agenda Biden Puts Cyber at Center of His Agenda
Tue, July, 27, 2021
President Biden has considered cybersecurity one of the most important issues of his tenure. Morgan Chalfant from The Hill details the administration's approach to the new-age problem, including its handling of cyberattacks from America's leading adversaries.
Almost Nobody Is Repaying Their (Federal) Student Loans Almost Nobody Is Repaying Their (Federal) Student Loans
Tue, July, 27, 2021
With the pause on federal student loan repayments set to expire at the end of September, Rick Newman from Yahoo explores the $1.4-trillion issue.
A Day on the US-Mexico Border with Border Patrol Agents A Day on the US-Mexico Border with Border Patrol Agents
Tue, July, 27, 2021
After spending a day shadowing Border Patrol agents along the US-Mexico border near McAllen, Texas, Rick Jervis from USA Today joins us to share his observations.
Case Backlogs Overwhelm Reopening Courthouses Case Backlogs Overwhelm Reopening Courthouses
Mon, July, 26, 2021
As courthouses reopen for in-person hearings, Emily Zantow from The Washington Times explores the mountain of long-delayed cases that built up during the pandemic.
With With "Black Widow" Ticket-Buying Suddenly Drying Up, Growing Questions for Disney's Marvel
Mon, July, 26, 2021
After a strong opening weekend, ticket sales for "Black Widow" have slowed drastically. Steven Zeitchik from The Washington Post considers answers as Disney tries to figure out why the film has been a box-office disappointment.
The Pandemic Drove Women Out of the Workforce. Will They Come Back? The Pandemic Drove Women Out of the Workforce. Will They Come Back?
Mon, July, 26, 2021
Roughly 2 million women left the workforce during the pandemic. Now, they're not returning to work as quickly as they left. Megan Cassella from Politico has the story.
How Businesses Can Get Creative to Entice Employees Back to Work How Businesses Can Get Creative to Entice Employees Back to Work
Thu, July, 22, 2021
Business analyst Carl Gould offers tips to businesses who are struggling to return employees to the workplace.
Delta Variant Isn't Expected to Dent Robust U.S. Recovery Delta Variant Isn't Expected to Dent Robust U.S. Recovery
Thu, July, 22, 2021
Eric Morath from the Wall Street Journal shares the outlook from economists on the continuing recovery as the Delta variant spreads.
Catalytic Converter Theft Soars Catalytic Converter Theft Soars
Thu, July, 22, 2021
The trace amounts of precious metals in catalytic converters make them a top target for criminals. Nathan Bomey from USA Today explains why theft of the car part has soared in recent months.
Lawmakers Spend More on Personal Security in Wake of Insurrection Lawmakers Spend More on Personal Security in Wake of Insurrection
Thu, July, 22, 2021
Reid Wilson from The Hill explores new data showing that Congressional lawmakers have been spending large sums on their safety in the wake of the January 6th Capitol riot.
How Mazda Rode Out the Pandemic While Rivals Slipped How Mazda Rode Out the Pandemic While Rivals Slipped
Tue, June, 22, 2021
Brett Berk from The New York Times explores Mazda's 2020 successes, which included increased sales and accolades from U.S. News and World Report.
A Severe Blood Shortage in the U.S. Is Limiting Hospital Care A Severe Blood Shortage in the U.S. Is Limiting Hospital Care
Tue, June, 22, 2021
Dr. Dayand Borge, Regional Chief Medical Officer for the American Red Cross, explains why there's a blood shortage in the U.S. and provides ways to help.
How Have Our Behaviors Changed One Year into Work-From-Home? How Have Our Behaviors Changed One Year into Work-From-Home?
Wed, March, 10, 2021
Author and "future of work" expert Dan Schawbel shares findings from his new study that looks at the wide-ranging impacts that working from home has had on employees.
Is Russia Discouraging Americans from Being Vaccinated? Is Russia Discouraging Americans from Being Vaccinated?
Wed, March, 10, 2021
Paul Seegert, who previously served as a Russian intelligence analyst in the US Army, analyzes a Wall Street Journal report that says Russia is working to undermine confidence in American- and European-produced shots.
Representative Haley Stevens (D-MI) Shares Support for Pandemic Relief Bill Representative Haley Stevens (D-MI) Shares Support for Pandemic Relief Bill
Wed, March, 10, 2021
Representative Haley Stevens (D-MI) joins the show to talk about why she supports the American Rescue Plan, the latest pandemic relief bill that is moving through Congress.