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What you should know about mix and match vaccine boosters What you should know about mix and match vaccine boosters
Wed, October, 20, 2021
Pharmaceutical Expert Dr. Dean Fanelli explains what you should know about mix and match vaccine boosters.
Climate backfire: Coal-fired power jumps as natural gas prices soar Climate backfire: Coal-fired power jumps as natural gas prices soar
Wed, October, 20, 2021
With the climb in natural gas prices, coal-fired energy generation rose for the first time in years. Valerie Richardson from the Washington Times has the story.
Middle Class Migrants Fly to Mexico then Cross the Border Illegally Middle Class Migrants Fly to Mexico then Cross the Border Illegally
Tue, October, 19, 2021
Alicia Caldwell from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss how middle-class migrants from South America are making it across the border.
Covid-stricken states still struggle months after Biden's surge Covid-stricken states still struggle months after Biden's surge
Tue, October, 19, 2021
Did President Biden's Covid-19 response teams help slow the spread in struggling states? Erin Banco from POLITICO has the story.
Democratic retirements could make a tough midterm year even worse Democratic retirements could make a tough midterm year even worse
Tue, October, 19, 2021
Democratic retirements could make a tough midterm year even worse. Reid Wilson from The Hill brings us the latest.
Here's when the IRS can check out my bank account Here's when the IRS can check out my bank account
Mon, October, 18, 2021
How little money will it take for the IRS to peek into your bank account? Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance takes us behind the headline.
A Year After 'Defund,' Police Departments Get Their Money Back A Year After 'Defund,' Police Departments Get Their Money Back
Mon, October, 18, 2021
Police departments are seeing funding restored after a call to defund departments around the country. David Goodman from the New York Times has the story.
Why education is dominating the Virginia governor's race Why education is dominating the Virginia governor's race
Mon, October, 18, 2021
Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal gives us a look at why education is dominating the Virginia governor's race.
How the government is urging food companies and restaurants to reduce our salt consumption How the government is urging food companies and restaurants to reduce our salt consumption
Thu, October, 14, 2021
The government is urging food companies and restaurants to reduce our salt consumption. Laura Reiley from the Washington Post has the story.
Congress looks to strengthen government's aging cyber infrastructure Congress looks to strengthen government's aging cyber infrastructure
Thu, October, 14, 2021
Maggie Miller from The Hill and Gordon Deal discusses Congress's attempts to strengthen the government's aging cyber infrastructure.
Drivers wanted: U.S. supply chain can't keep on trucking Drivers wanted: U.S. supply chain can't keep on trucking
Thu, October, 14, 2021
Kerry Picket from the Washington Times gives us a look at the issues around the U.S. supply chain.
Why do NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB players unions oppose vaccine mandates? Why do NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB players unions oppose vaccine mandates?
Wed, October, 13, 2021
Why do unions across the pro-sports industry oppose vaccine mandates? Brent Schrotenboer from USA Today gives us a look.
Bleak midterm outlook shadows bitter Democratic battle Bleak midterm outlook shadows bitter Democratic battle
Wed, October, 13, 2021
Mike Lillis from The Hill and Gordon Deal discuss the possibility of Democrats losing their majority if the battle between progressives and moderates continues.
Grinch pinch: Biden officials fear they won't be able to stop holiday season shortages Grinch pinch: Biden officials fear they won't be able to stop holiday season shortages
Wed, October, 13, 2021
Can officials in D.C. do anything to prevent shortages during the 2021 holiday season? Christian Datoc from the Washington Examiner has the story.
If work from home is making you depressed, you're not alone. If work from home is making you depressed, you're not alone.
Tue, October, 12, 2021
If working from home is making you depressed, you're not alone. Aki Ito from Insider.com has the story.
'War of weaponized influence': U.S. spending millions to hunt down foreign tweets, memes 'War of weaponized influence': U.S. spending millions to hunt down foreign tweets, memes
Tue, October, 12, 2021
The U.S. is spending millions to fight foreign influence online. Ryan Lovelace from the Washington Times brings us the latest.
Why oil and gasoline prices are climbing higher Why oil and gasoline prices are climbing higher
Tue, October, 12, 2021
Why oil and gasoline prices are climbing higher. Tom Kloza from OPIS joined Gordon Deal to takes us behind the headline.
A Secret CIA Gate at Kabul Airport Became an Escape Path for Afghans A Secret CIA Gate at Kabul Airport Became an Escape Path for Afghans
Mon, October, 11, 2021
Jessica Donati from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss how the CIA was able to sneak people out of Afghanistan.
Democratic anxiety rises as Trump bid appears more likely Democratic anxiety rises as Trump bid appears more likely
Mon, October, 11, 2021
With a potential Trump bid for a return to the White House, Democrats are becoming increasingly more anxious. Amie Parnes from The Hill has the story.
Where Biden's vaccine mandate will hit and miss Where Biden's vaccine mandate will hit and miss
Mon, October, 11, 2021
Rebecca Rainey from POLITICO breaks down where President Biden's vaccine mandate will hit and miss.
Biden failing to deliver as legislator in chief Biden failing to deliver as legislator in chief
Thu, October, 7, 2021
President Biden is having some difficulty working across the aisle. James Antle from the Washington Examiner joined Gordon Deal to discuss.
U.S. workers are not ok - and employers are usually the last to know U.S. workers are not ok - and employers are usually the last to know
Thu, October, 7, 2021
Mental health is taking its toll on workers across the country. Megan Leonhardt from Fortune has the story.
Democrats look to make debt ceiling a winning issue Democrats look to make debt ceiling a winning issue
Thu, October, 7, 2021
Democrats are trying to reset the narrative in Washington and turn the debt ceiling into a winning issue. Julia Manchester from The Hill takes us behind the headline.
Is It Flu or Covid-19? It's Harder to Tell the Symptoms Apart This Year Is It Flu or Covid-19? It's Harder to Tell the Symptoms Apart This Year
Wed, October, 6, 2021
Is it flu or Covid-19? It's harder to tell the symptoms apart. Alina Dizik from the Wall Street Journal takes us behind the headline.