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This Morning with Gordon Deal September 25, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 25, 2020
Fri, September, 25, 2020
Louisville anti-racism protests resume amid tensions over Breonna Taylor ruling, Republicans push ahead with plans to confirm Supreme Court nominee, and Americans load up on candy, trick-or-treat or not.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 12, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 12, 2020
Fri, June, 12, 2020
Seattle mayor says President Trump should respect the first amendment, why we need a police reform bill, and new strategies to combat obesity.
Did the Curfews Work? Experts Aren't So Sure. Did the Curfews Work? Experts Aren't So Sure.
Wed, June, 10, 2020
Charity Scott from The Wall Street Journal looks into the effectiveness of curfews employed by cities across the country to quell civil rights protests.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 09, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 09, 2020
Tue, June, 9, 2020
Calls to cut funding for police grow, George Floyd to be buried, and a 9-year-old and her friends raised $40,000 for black-owned businesses.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 04, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 04, 2020
Thu, June, 4, 2020
Derek Chauvin and three other ex-officers face new charges in George Floyd's killing, former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis blasts Trump's response to protestors, and woman turning 105 receives nearly 200 birthday cards from strangers.
Black conservatives find common ground with liberals in wake of George Floyd's death Black conservatives find common ground with liberals in wake of George Floyd's death
Wed, June, 3, 2020
Black conservatives find common ground with liberals in wake of George Floyd's death. Christopher Vondracek from the Washington Times explains.
Virus, Unemployment, Riots: When Shocks Multiply, the Effects Usually Last Virus, Unemployment, Riots: When Shocks Multiply, the Effects Usually Last
Wed, June, 3, 2020
2020 has been a difficult year in many respects. Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal brings us the latest.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 03, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 03, 2020
Wed, June, 3, 2020
Cities enact curfews to dissuade looting, GOP Rep. Steve King loses his Iowa primary, and last person to receive Civil War-era pension dies.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 01, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 01, 2020
Mon, June, 1, 2020
Anger and unrest sweep across U.S., essential workers face pay gaps during the pandemic, and police and protesters come together.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 20, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 20, 2020
Mon, April, 20, 2020
More U.S. protests call for lifting coronavirus restrictions as governors push back, gunman kills at least 16 in Nova Scotia, and don't fall for these five myths about the stimulus payments.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 05, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 05, 2018
Thu, July, 5, 2018
President Trump narrows Supreme Court search, a woman climbed the Statue of Liberty to protest migrant family separations, and avoiding World Cup spoilers.
Violence Concerns Cast Cloud Over Conventions Violence Concerns Cast Cloud Over Conventions
Fri, July, 15, 2016
Bridget Bowman from Roll Call has a look at the security concerns surrounding the upcoming political conventions.
Police Fear Protests Sparking Backlash Against Law Enforcers Police Fear Protests Sparking Backlash Against Law Enforcers
Thu, September, 10, 2015
The USA Today's Bart Jansen explains why police officers fear a backlash against law enforcement.