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Pelosi, Trump slide further into the muck Pelosi, Trump slide further into the muck
Thu, May, 21, 2020
Taking a cue from the President of the United States, Nancy Pelosi has resorted to name-calling. Christina Marcos from The Hill and Gordon Deal discuss why our leaders are sliding further into the muck.
Air Travel Surges by 123%! (Beware of Misleading Data Like That) Air Travel Surges by 123%! (Beware of Misleading Data Like That)
Thu, May, 21, 2020
As the economy slowly starts to come back beware of misleading data. Neil Irwin from the New York Times has the story.
'A moonshot mission': Trump campaign eyes a return to megarallies 'A moonshot mission': Trump campaign eyes a return to megarallies
Thu, May, 21, 2020
President Trump is itching to restart his megarallies. Gabby Orr from POLITICO brings us the latest.
Fed Chair warns economy faces long, uncertain recovery. What should YOU do? Fed Chair warns economy faces long, uncertain recovery. What should YOU do?
Tue, May, 19, 2020
CPA Bill Dendy and Gordon Deal discuss what impact the current economy should have on your financial decisions.
Coronavirus crackdowns around the world make U.S. rules look lenient Coronavirus crackdowns around the world make U.S. rules look lenient
Tue, May, 19, 2020
Lauren Meier from the Washington Times breaks down how our coronavirus crackdowns compare to the rest of the world.
When a coronavirus vaccine is developed, who will be first in line to get it? A CDC panel usually decides When a coronavirus vaccine is developed, who will be first in line to get it? A CDC panel usually decides
Tue, May, 19, 2020
When a coronavirus vaccine is developed, who will be first in line to get it? Elizbeth Weise from USA Today joins us with the story.
Airlines, government at odds over passenger 'contact tracing' Airlines, government at odds over passenger 'contact tracing'
Mon, May, 18, 2020
Jessica Wehrman from Roll Call and Gordon Deal discuss the battle over who should take the lead on contact tracing.
Many child-care facilities aren't accepting kids, but for some parents, the bills keep coming Many child-care facilities aren't accepting kids, but for some parents, the bills keep coming
Mon, May, 18, 2020
Why are people still paying for daycare while facilities are still closed? Megan Leonhardt from CNBC has the story.
Employees lament the ergonomic office furniture they left behind Employees lament the ergonomic office furniture they left behind
Mon, May, 18, 2020
We want our office chairs back. Beth Teitell from the Boston Globe explains the issues we are having trying to work from the bedroom.
The risk for markets if Biden beats Trump The risk for markets if Biden beats Trump
Thu, May, 14, 2020
How could the markets react to a Joe Biden victory in November? Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has the story.
The toll the pandemic has taken on our finances The toll the pandemic has taken on our finances
Thu, May, 14, 2020
Greg McBride from Bankrate.com gives us a look at the toll the pandemic is taking on our finances.
'It is part of self-care in a weird way': The looming recession hasn't stopped people from making crazy impulse purchases 'It is part of self-care in a weird way': The looming recession hasn't stopped people from making crazy impulse purchases
Wed, May, 13, 2020
Despite record unemployment, impulse buying hasn't stopped. Elisabeth Buchwald from MarketWatch and Gordon Deal take a look.
'Unprecedented': US braces for pandemic to drive largest refugee wave ever to the border 'Unprecedented': US braces for pandemic to drive largest refugee wave ever to the border
Wed, May, 13, 2020
There is speculation in Washington that the pandemic could drive the largest refugee wave to the border. Joel Gehrke from Washington Examiner takes us behind the numbers.
Re-opening the economy while protecting our liberties Re-opening the economy while protecting our liberties
Wed, May, 13, 2020
Gordon Deal discussed reopening the economy with Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), the chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus.
Bartering is back: When life gives you lemons, trade them for a neighbor's hand sanitizer Bartering is back: When life gives you lemons, trade them for a neighbor's hand sanitizer
Tue, May, 12, 2020
Bartering is making a comeback in the time COVID-19. The Washington Post's Rachel Lerman has the story.
Remdesivir helps coronavirus patients - but at what cost? Remdesivir helps coronavirus patients - but at what cost?
Tue, May, 12, 2020
How will pharmaceutical companies go about pricing drugs to help with coronavirus? Zachary Brennan from POLITICO gives us a look.
Coronavirus Hijacks the Body From Head to Toe, Perplexing Doctors Coronavirus Hijacks the Body From Head to Toe, Perplexing Doctors
Tue, May, 12, 2020
Betsy McKay from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss how COVID-19 hijacks the body from head to toe.
Race to replace Katie Hill tests tactics of pandemic politicking Race to replace Katie Hill tests tactics of pandemic politicking
Mon, May, 11, 2020
How will the pandemic affect the race to replace former Democratic Representative Katie Hill? Bridget Bowman from CQ Roll Call has the story.
How long of a road do we have to economic recovery? How long of a road do we have to economic recovery?
Mon, May, 11, 2020
Charles Gasparino from Fox Business and Gordon Deal discuss how long of a road do we have to economic recovery.
What can we learn from the historic April jobs report? What can we learn from the historic April jobs report?
Mon, May, 11, 2020
Myles Udland from Yahoo! Finance gives us a look at what can we learn from the historic April jobs report.
Trump takes underdog role in campaign against Biden Trump takes underdog role in campaign against Biden
Thu, May, 7, 2020
Jonathan Easley from The Hill explains why the Trump campaign is changing its playbook.
'Risk Based' Social Distancing Is Key to Reopening 'Risk Based' Social Distancing Is Key to Reopening
Thu, May, 7, 2020
Greg Ip from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss why risk-based social distancing is key to reopening.
How Covid-19 could force a shift to online business How Covid-19 could force a shift to online business
Wed, May, 6, 2020
Ian Marlow from FitechGelb.com explains how Covid-19 could force a shift to online business.
Smart or Lucky? How Florida Dodged the Worst of Coronavirus Smart or Lucky? How Florida Dodged the Worst of Coronavirus
Tue, May, 5, 2020
The Wall Street Journal's Arian Campo-Flores and Gordon Deal bread down how Florida dodged the worst of coronavirus.
The housing market faces its next crisis as May rent and mortgages come due The housing market faces its next crisis as May rent and mortgages come due
Tue, May, 5, 2020
The housing market faces its next crisis as May rent and mortgages come due. Renae Merle from the Washington Post takes us behind headlines with the latest.