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Why Some Men Are Still Wearing Suits to Work From Home Why Some Men Are Still Wearing Suits to Work From Home
Tue, January, 26, 2021
Men are returning to suits despite not returning to the office. Jacob Gallagher from the Wall Street Journal explains.
What the 2020 Census will reveal about America's future What the 2020 Census will reveal about America's future
Tue, January, 26, 2021
What the 2020 Census will reveal about America's future. Reid Wilson from The Hill has the story.
Biden's Immigration Package Faces Steep Odds on Capitol Hill Biden's Immigration Package Faces Steep Odds on Capitol Hill
Tue, January, 26, 2021
Republicans are not happy with President Biden starting his administration off with an immigration package. Michelle Hackman from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
The choices Joe Biden makes now will set his legacy in motion The choices Joe Biden makes now will set his legacy in motion
Tue, January, 26, 2021
Shawn Zeller from CQ Roll Call gives us a look at why the choices Joe Biden makes now will set his legacy in motion.
Fed-Up Executives Plot a Faster Pandemic Recovery Plan Fed-Up Executives Plot a Faster Pandemic Recovery Plan
Mon, January, 25, 2021
Executives fed-up with the pandemic recovery rollout are taking matters into their own hands. Sarah Krouse from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
Manchin looms as key swing vote with Democrats taking Senate Manchin looms as key swing vote with Democrats taking Senate
Mon, January, 25, 2021
After Democrats took control of the Senate, West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin found himself as the most sought-after man in D.C. Valerie Richardson from the Washington Times takes us behind the headline.
Business Leaders View Biden With Optimism and Skepticism Business Leaders View Biden With Optimism and Skepticism
Mon, January, 25, 2021
After the past administration's erratic behavior, business leaders are welcoming President Joe Biden with some optimism. David Gelles from the New York Times has the story.
A Three Part Strategy to Help Biden Restore the American Economy A Three Part Strategy to Help Biden Restore the American Economy
Thu, January, 21, 2021
Peter Morici from the University of Maryland breaks down how President Biden can help restore the American economy.
Democrats Plan Policy Path on Next Round of Stimulus Checks, Other Aid Democrats Plan Policy Path on Next Round of Stimulus Checks, Other Aid
Thu, January, 21, 2021
Will the Democrat's slim majority be a hurdle when trying to implement policy? Richard Rubin from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
Biden team fears rocky transition may have revealed only 'tip of the iceberg' Biden team fears rocky transition may have revealed only 'tip of the iceberg'
Thu, January, 21, 2021
Can a rocky transition mean further trouble for the Biden administration when trying to implement his agenda? Caitlin Emma from POLITICO has the story.
The pandemic upends classrooms and fewer people study to become teachers, but the Class of 2020 can't wait to start The pandemic upends classrooms and fewer people study to become teachers, but the Class of 2020 can't wait to start
Wed, January, 20, 2021
With enrollment already plummeting the pandemic has made the search for teachers even harder. Jillian Berman from MarketWatch has the story.
Democrats take control of White House, Senate in a locked-down Washington Democrats take control of White House, Senate in a locked-down Washington
Wed, January, 20, 2021
Democrats will secure control of the White House today. Zach Cohen from the National Journal takes us behind the headline.
Amid Crises, Biden and the Establishment Step Back In Amid Crises, Biden and the Establishment Step Back In
Wed, January, 20, 2021
With Joe Biden taking the oath of office today the establishment steps back into the spotlight. Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss what this means.
Hurting long before Pandemic, failing companies took stimulus money then closed anyway Hurting long before Pandemic, failing companies took stimulus money then closed anyway
Tue, January, 19, 2021
Josh Salman from USA Today explains how failing companies were able to take stimulus money and close anyway.
Joe Biden ran on bringing back normalcy. With pandemic, riots and a looming impeachment trial, that task just got tougher Joe Biden ran on bringing back normalcy. With pandemic, riots and a looming impeachment trial, that task just got tougher
Tue, January, 19, 2021
With a looming impeachment will a President Biden be able to keep his promise of bringing back normalcy. Ledyard King from USA Today and Gordon Deal discuss.
GOP Splits Over Post-Trump Path GOP Splits Over Post-Trump Path
Tue, January, 19, 2021
How will the GOP move forward without Trump? Aaron Zitner from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look.
Extra Shots Pose Quandary for Vaccination Site Extra Shots Pose Quandary for Vaccination Site
Mon, January, 18, 2021
Rolfe Winkler from the Wall Street Journal explains how hospitals and pharmacies sometimes struggle to avoid letting doses go to waste.
Internet detectives swarmed the effort to ID Capitol riot mob, with mixed results Internet detectives swarmed the effort to ID Capitol riot mob, with mixed results
Mon, January, 18, 2021
Internet detectives swarmed the effort to ID Capitol riot mob. Nick Penzenstadler from USA Today and Gordon Deal discuss the mixed results.
Armed 'militias' are illegal. Will authorities finally crack down if they show up at state capitals this week? Armed 'militias' are illegal. Will authorities finally crack down if they show up at state capitals this week?
Mon, January, 18, 2021
Will authorities finally crackdown on armed "militias" if they show up at state capitals this week? Will Carless from USA Today has the story.
How social media will have to evolve in the wake of the Capitol riot How social media will have to evolve in the wake of the Capitol riot
Thu, January, 14, 2021
How social media will have to evolve in the wake of the Capitol riot. Tech Analyst Rob Enderle joined us with his thoughts.
Threats of 'armed protests' in multiple cities challenge National Guard support for inauguration Threats of 'armed protests' in multiple cities challenge National Guard support for inauguration
Thu, January, 14, 2021
Will the National Guard be able to handle the planned "armed protests" around the country during the inauguration? Paul Sonne from the Washington Post has the story.
Why this impeachment was different for some Republicans Why this impeachment was different for some Republicans
Thu, January, 14, 2021
Jim Antle from the Washington Examiner and Gordon Deal discuss why this impeachment was different for some Republicans.
'There's a lot of anger': Pandemic vaccine rollout leaves people scrambling to find shots 'There's a lot of anger': Pandemic vaccine rollout leaves people scrambling to find shots
Wed, January, 13, 2021
Confusion around the pandemic vaccine has led to a lot of anger. Andrea Ball from USA Today brings us the latest.
Biden braces for first 100 days to be hampered by likely Trump impeachment Biden braces for first 100 days to be hampered by likely Trump impeachment
Wed, January, 13, 2021
Will a 2nd Trump impeachment shadow Joe Biden's first 100 days? Naomi Lim from the Washington Examiner has the story.
How Democrats in Congress are trying to remove Trump after Capitol riots How Democrats in Congress are trying to remove Trump after Capitol riots
Wed, January, 13, 2021
Ledyard King from USA Today took a look at what Democrats are doing to hold the President accountable for the Capitol riots.