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8 Stock Market Sayings You Can Totally Ignore 8 Stock Market Sayings You Can Totally Ignore
Thu, September, 29, 2022
Mallika Mitra from Money.com breaks down some stock market sayings you can totally ignore.
What's next for Hurricane Ian? What's next for Hurricane Ian?
Thu, September, 29, 2022
Senior Meteorologist Jonathan Erdman from The Weather Channel joined America's First News with the latest as Hurricane Ian moves past Florida.
What is storm surge? Explaining a hurricane's deadliest and most destructive threat What is storm surge? Explaining a hurricane's deadliest and most destructive threat
Thu, September, 29, 2022
A hurricane's storm surge can be the deadliest and most destructive threat. Doyle Rice from USA Today explains.
Tracking Hurricane Ian Tracking Hurricane Ian
Wed, September, 28, 2022
Hurricane Ian has strengthened to a category 4. The Weather Channel's Jonathan Erdman joined Gordon Deal this morning with the latest.
GOP path to Senate majority narrows GOP path to Senate majority narrows
Wed, September, 28, 2022
The GOP's path to a Senate majority could be shrinking. Max Greenwood from The Hill spoke with America's First News with a look.
Supreme Court's new term packed with voting rights, racial discrimination, religious liberty battles Supreme Court's new term packed with voting rights, racial discrimination, religious liberty battles
Wed, September, 28, 2022
The Supreme Court's latest term could have a bigger impact than the previous one. Alex Swoyer from the Washington Times takes us behind the headline.
Why Do All These 20-Somethings Have Closed Captions Turned On? Why Do All These 20-Somethings Have Closed Captions Turned On?
Tue, September, 27, 2022
What's with 20-somethings and closed-captions? Cordilia James from the Wall Street Journal joined a confused Gordon Deal to explain.
West looks to create water as drought tests limits of conservation West looks to create water as drought tests limits of conservation
Tue, September, 27, 2022
As heavy drought conditions worsen in the west, some are moving past conservation and looking to create water. Valerie Richardson from the Washington Times takes us behind the headline.
Biden's economic success story could fall flat among people still struggling Biden's economic success story could fall flat among people still struggling
Tue, September, 27, 2022
Will the White House's economic successes fall on deaf ears this election season? Adam Cancryn from POLITICO has the story.
Congress stares down government funding deadline Congress stares down government funding deadline
Tue, September, 27, 2022
Will promises get in the way of averting a government shutdown? Mychael Schnell from The Hill joined Mike Gavin with a look.
The robots are here. And they are making you fries. The robots are here. And they are making you fries.
Mon, September, 26, 2022
You might be served by a robot during your next late night fast-food run. Laura Reiley from the Washington Post takes us behind the headline.
Why Democrats are trying to make midterms a referendum on Trump, GOP Why Democrats are trying to make midterms a referendum on Trump, GOP
Mon, September, 26, 2022
Democrats are doing their best to make the midterms a referendum on "MAGA" republicans. Brett Samuels from The Hill brings us the latest.
Trump faces mounting legal threats to political future, fortune Trump faces mounting legal threats to political future, fortune
Mon, September, 26, 2022
Former-President Trump faces mounting legal threats to political future. Jeff Mordock from the Washington Times has the story.
More bosses are spying on workers More bosses are spying on workers
Thu, September, 22, 2022
More bosses are spying on workers. Career Strategist Julie Bauke and Gordon Deal discuss the many negatives that come along with this.
America is doing better than you think America is doing better than you think
Thu, September, 22, 2022
Despite how you might feel America is doing better than you think. Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance joined America's First News with a look.
What happened to your country?': The poisoned well of the Trump era What happened to your country?': The poisoned well of the Trump era
Thu, September, 22, 2022
Americans' opinions of members of opposing parties have worsened since 2016. John T Bennett from CQ Roll Call takes us behind the headline.
High Inflation Brings Changes to Your Tax Bill High Inflation Brings Changes to Your Tax Bill
Wed, September, 21, 2022
Your tax bill may see some changes due to high inflation. Ashlea Ebeling from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Americans Start Skipping Therapy To Save Money Americans Start Skipping Therapy To Save Money
Wed, September, 21, 2022
Americans are skipping therapy in order to save money. Psychologist Dr. Gregory Jantz joined America's First News with some thoughts on the matter.
Biden says the COVID pandemic 'over.' Could that put some emergency aid programs at risk? Biden says the COVID pandemic 'over.' Could that put some emergency aid programs at risk?
Wed, September, 21, 2022
President Biden saying the pandemic is "over" could put emergency aid at risk. Maureen Groppe from USA Today gives us a look.
The Open Office Is Out, 'Seated Privacy' Is In as Cubicles Make a Comeback The Open Office Is Out, 'Seated Privacy' Is In as Cubicles Make a Comeback
Tue, September, 20, 2022
After a push towards an open office design, many employees want their privacy back. The Wall Street Journal's Callum Borchers has the latest.
Democrats' love-hate relationship with 'dark money' is ready to be put to a test Democrats' love-hate relationship with 'dark money' is ready to be put to a test
Tue, September, 20, 2022
Ramsey Touchberry from the Washington Times explains the push to get rid of "dark money" in politics.
Why we may not know who won the Senate on Election Day Why we may not know who won the Senate on Election Day
Tue, September, 20, 2022
Don't expect a speedy resolution to some Midterm elections. Zach Montellaro from POLITICO has the story.
Up for debate? Midterm candidates dispute rules and dodge debates in a new campaign normal Up for debate? Midterm candidates dispute rules and dodge debates in a new campaign normal
Mon, September, 19, 2022
Why aren't we seeing debates as we get closer to the midterm elections? David Jackson from USA Today explains.
The midlife crisis is real - and it's coming soon for millennials The midlife crisis is real - and it's coming soon for millennials
Mon, September, 19, 2022
The midlife crisis is coming for millennials. Jacob Zinkula from Insider takes us behind the headline.
Inflation is getting sneakier Inflation is getting sneakier
Mon, September, 19, 2022
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance joined America's First News with a look at how inflation has gotten sneakier.