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The jobs that require a mental health evaluation The jobs that require a mental health evaluation
Wed, January, 17, 2018
Maria Lamagna from MarketWatch has a look at what jobs require a mental health evaluation.
Trump's grade on the economy bounces back to B+ Trump's grade on the economy bounces back to B+
Wed, January, 17, 2018
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down Trump's new grade on the economy.
With Fireworks, Washington Returns to the Core Trump Agenda With Fireworks, Washington Returns to the Core Trump Agenda
Wed, January, 17, 2018
The President's agenda is taking center stage again. Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal has latest.
GOP leaders face most difficult shutdown deadline yet GOP leaders face most difficult shutdown deadline yet
Wed, January, 17, 2018
Melanie Zanona from The Hill has a look at what may cause the latest government shutdown.
In Cities With Low Unemployment, Wages Finally Start to Get Bigger In Cities With Low Unemployment, Wages Finally Start to Get Bigger
Tue, January, 16, 2018
Shayndi Raice from the Wall Street Journal explains that wages are starting to get bigger in cities with low unemployment.
Auto Makers, in a Blast From the Past, Retool Iconic Trucks Auto Makers, in a Blast From the Past, Retool Iconic Trucks
Tue, January, 16, 2018
Auto makers are bringing back some iconic trucks of the past. The Wall Street Journal Mike Colias has the story.
The unanswered questions in the California child torture case The unanswered questions in the California child torture case
Tue, January, 16, 2018
Security Expert Paul Viollis gives us a look into some unanswered questions in the California child torture case.
Trump repairs GOP relationships ahead of 2018 midterm battle Trump repairs GOP relationships ahead of 2018 midterm battle
Tue, January, 16, 2018
Sarah Westwood from Washington Examiner on the GOP doing their best to repair relationships ahead of 2018 midterm battle.
Why it makes more sense to rent than buy Why it makes more sense to rent than buy
Mon, January, 15, 2018
Jacob Passy from MarketWatch tells you why it makes more sense to rent than buy.
The Best and Worst U.S. Airlines of 2017 The Best and Worst U.S. Airlines of 2017
Mon, January, 15, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Scott McCartney ranks best and worst U.S. airlines of 2017.
GOP retirements boost Democrats' hopes for taking the House in 2018 GOP retirements boost Democrats' hopes for taking the House in 2018
Mon, January, 15, 2018
USA Today's Nicole Gaudiano explains how GOP retirements are boosting Democrats' hopes for taking the House in 2018.
Want that cash from the tax cut? Get ready to master the art of withholding Want that cash from the tax cut? Get ready to master the art of withholding
Mon, January, 15, 2018
Want that cash from the tax cut? Evan Horowitz from the Boston Globe says you'll need to master the art of withholding.
Physically fit recruits for Army are hard to find. Especially in these states Physically fit recruits for Army are hard to find. Especially in these states
Fri, January, 12, 2018
Jim Michaels from USA Today explains why its getting hard for the Army to find physically fit recruits.
What's holding up the budget negotiations What's holding up the budget negotiations
Fri, January, 12, 2018
Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) gives us a look at what is holding up the budget negotiations.
Economists Credit Trump as Tailwind for U.S. Growth, Hiring and Stocks Economists Credit Trump as Tailwind for U.S. Growth, Hiring and Stocks
Fri, January, 12, 2018
President Trump is getting positive marks from economists. Ben Leubsdorf from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Why the FISA vote was so controversial Why the FISA vote was so controversial
Fri, January, 12, 2018
Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) breaks down why the FISA vote was so controversial.
Silicon Valley Reconsiders the iPhone Era It Created Silicon Valley Reconsiders the iPhone Era It Created
Wed, January, 10, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Tripp Mickle explains why Silicon Valley is having some regret about creating the iPhone era.
Oprah buzz sparks debate about celebrity presidents Oprah buzz sparks debate about celebrity presidents
Wed, January, 10, 2018
Niall Stanage from The Hill breaks down some of the debate around celebrity presidential candidates.
Amid Signs of a Thaw in North Korea, Tensions Bubble Up Amid Signs of a Thaw in North Korea, Tensions Bubble Up
Wed, January, 10, 2018
Tensions are still running high when it comes to North Korea. Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Intelligence Committee prepares election security plan to thwart Russian hacking Intelligence Committee prepares election security plan to thwart Russian hacking
Wed, January, 10, 2018
Erin Kelly from USA Today has a look at the plans to keep elections secure.
The Secrets of College Football's Best Teams The Secrets of College Football's Best Teams
Tue, January, 9, 2018
How far are colleges willing to go to protect football secrets? The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Beaton explains.
Low-income residents struggle with high heating bills, frozen pipes as frigid temperatures linger Low-income residents struggle with high heating bills, frozen pipes as frigid temperatures linger
Tue, January, 9, 2018
Low-income residents around the country are struggling with the deep freeze. Katie Zezima from the Washington Post gives us a look.
The Democrats' Dilemma: Too Many Candidates The Democrats' Dilemma: Too Many Candidates
Tue, January, 9, 2018
Democrats are running into an issue of having to many candidates preparing to run for office around the country. Josh Kraushaar from National Journal has the story.
Historic Korea Meeting Makes Olympic Progress, but North Balks at Nuclear Talk Historic Korea Meeting Makes Olympic Progress, but North Balks at Nuclear Talk
Tue, January, 9, 2018
Andrew Jeong from the Wall Street Journal breaks down the talks going on between North and South Korea.
What You Need to Know as a Traveler in 2018 What You Need to Know as a Traveler in 2018
Mon, January, 8, 2018
What can you expect if your traveling in 2018? Scott McCartney from the Wall Street Journal has a look.