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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.
Clues to Covid-19's Next Moves Come From Sewers Clues to Covid-19's Next Moves Come From Sewers
Fri, March, 25, 2022
Hoping to gather data and prepare for the next pandemic, researchers are hitting the sewers. Brianna Abbott from the Wall Street Journal has the latest.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 03, 2022 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 03, 2022
Thu, March, 3, 2022
U.S. weighs sanctions on Russia energy flows, White House unveils new Covid strategy for next phase of pandemic, and simple rules for cushioning yourself against inflation.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 11, 2022 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 11, 2022
Fri, February, 11, 2022
U.S. urges Canada to use federal powers to ease border protest disruption, President Biden warns Americans to leave Ukraine, and NFL fan gets his card back from Warrick Dunn 21 years later.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 09, 2022 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 09, 2022
Wed, February, 9, 2022
What should the U.S. role be in the Russia/Ukraine conflict, more states dropping mask mandates, and cut nearly 300 calories a day by doing something you already do.
Divorces are becoming nastier amid the pandemic Divorces are becoming nastier amid the pandemic
Tue, January, 18, 2022
Divorce Attorney Jennifer Hargrave explains why divorces have become nastier during the pandemic.
Americans adopted millions of dogs during the pandemic. What do we do with them? Americans adopted millions of dogs during the pandemic. What do we do with them?
Tue, January, 11, 2022
Millions of dogs have been adopted by Americans during the pandemic. What happens next? Jacob Bogage from the Washington Post brings us the story.
America's Mixed Response to the Omicron Variant Comes Down to Geography America's Mixed Response to the Omicron Variant Comes Down to Geography
Wed, December, 22, 2021
Jennifer Levitz from The Wall Street Journal looks at an enduring trend of the pandemic: Americans' response to new waves of cases is largely shaped by where they live.
CDC Struggles to Track Cases as Omicron Hits CDC Struggles to Track Cases as Omicron Hits
Wed, December, 22, 2021
As we enter Year 3 of the pandemic, the CDC continues to hit obstacles caused by outdated, unconnected data systems. Erin Banco from Politico examines the nation's healthcare data problem.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 30, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 30, 2021
Tue, November, 30, 2021
CDC says everyone 18 and older should get booster due to Omicron variant, Federal judge blocks Biden vaccine mandate for health care workers, and does christmas music stress you out.
COVID-19 herd immunity is a mirage. Here's how the virus could become 'manageable' instead COVID-19 herd immunity is a mirage. Here's how the virus could become 'manageable' instead
Tue, October, 5, 2021
What can we do to make the pandemic more manageable? Elizabeth Weise from USA Today joined Gordon Deal with a look.
Covid-19 Likely to Overshadow Afghanistan, Abortion Rights and Spending Plans in Midterm Elections Covid-19 Likely to Overshadow Afghanistan, Abortion Rights and Spending Plans in Midterm Elections
Tue, September, 21, 2021
Will the pandemic overshadow everything else when it comes time for the midterm elections. Aaron Zitner from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 28, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 28, 2021
Sat, August, 28, 2021
The pandemic endgame isn't here yet, pandemic amplifies school bus driver shortage concerns, and what youth sports coaches want parents to know.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 21, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 21, 2021
Sat, August, 21, 2021
As America returns to school, teachers are looking for thousands of missing kids, how traffic has changed through the pandemic, and the rise of Pop Its.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 07, 2021 This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 07, 2021
Sat, August, 7, 2021
Workers' anxiety grows as Delta casts a shadow, how watching sports makes us happier, healthier, and we live in a golden age of dinosaur chicken nuggets.
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.
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.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 26, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 26, 2021
Mon, July, 26, 2021
Fires continue to rage, Florida leads U.S. in the latest pandemic cases, and it is time to resharpen your B.S. detector.
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.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 07, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 07, 2021
Wed, July, 7, 2021
Elsa becomes Category 1 hurricane, White House signals new pandemic strategy as delta variant spreads, and why minivans are the hottest thing right now.
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.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 26, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 26, 2021
Wed, May, 26, 2021
George Floyd's family meets with President Biden amid policing overhaul fight, half of U.S. adults are fully inoculated, and what happened when a drug dealer was given a second chance.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 25, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 25, 2021
Tue, May, 25, 2021
New York to drop remote learning in the fall, New Jersey drops mask mandate, suspicious package with white powder sent to Sen. Rand Paul's Kentucky home, and is the nationwide rush to buy face masks finally over.