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Graduation Is Chaotic This Season. Blame the Supply Chain Graduation Is Chaotic This Season. Blame the Supply Chain
Thu, May, 19, 2022
Supply chain issues are hitting graduations and students could be grabbing their diplomas in street clothes. Lindsay Ellis from the Wall Street Journal brings us the latest.
'Beware what you wish for': Takeaways from a key primary night 'Beware what you wish for': Takeaways from a key primary night
Thu, May, 19, 2022
David Siders from POLITICO joined Gordon Deal with a look at Tuesday's elections.
Americans' Spending Spree Is Making the Fed's Job That Much Tougher Americans' Spending Spree Is Making the Fed's Job That Much Tougher
Thu, May, 19, 2022
American's spending is making the Fed's job much harder. Megan Cassella from Barron's has the story.
Shaky Wifi, a stained blazer, forgotten lunch: Going back to the office was harder than expected Shaky Wifi, a stained blazer, forgotten lunch: Going back to the office was harder than expected
Wed, May, 18, 2022
As workers leave the comfort of home and head back to the office, Morgan Hines from USA Today says it's a lot harder than we remember.
Hospitals Look to Raise Treatment Costs as Nurses' Salaries Increase Hospitals Look to Raise Treatment Costs as Nurses' Salaries Increase
Wed, May, 18, 2022
Melanie Evans from the Wall Street Journal explains why you might be seeing the cost of hospital treatments rise.
Here's why gasoline prices are spiking again Here's why gasoline prices are spiking again
Wed, May, 18, 2022
What is causing the price of gas to spike? Rachel Frazin from The Hill joined us this morning with a look.
Are You Happy? Your Boss Is Asking. Are You Happy? Your Boss Is Asking.
Tue, May, 17, 2022
Emma Goldberg from the New York Times explains why your boss needs to know if you're happy.
The economy and markets have that year 2000 feeling The economy and markets have that year 2000 feeling
Tue, May, 17, 2022
The year 2000 could hold some insights into the current economy. Neil Irwin from Axios takes us behind the headline.
These 3 House members' reelection bids could end Tuesday These 3 House members' reelection bids could end Tuesday
Tue, May, 17, 2022
Kate Ackley from CQ RollCall joined Gordon Deal this morning with a look at the 3 House members on the reelection hotseat.
Florida tilts toward Trump amid population growth Florida tilts toward Trump amid population growth
Mon, May, 16, 2022
Florida has gone from blue to red over the last few decades. Max Greenwood from The Hill takes us behind the data.
Biden's grade on the economy falls by two notches Biden's grade on the economy falls by two notches
Mon, May, 16, 2022
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down President Biden's grade on the economy.
Soaring food prices worry lawmakers as global hunger rises Soaring food prices worry lawmakers as global hunger rises
Mon, May, 16, 2022
Soaring food prices and lack of inventory is not just hitting Americans. Tobias Burns from The Hill has the story.
How the Inflation Rate Is Measured: 477 Government Workers at Grocery Stores How the Inflation Rate Is Measured: 477 Government Workers at Grocery Stores
Thu, May, 12, 2022
How is the inflation rate measured? Rachel Wolfe from the Wall Street Journal takes us behind the headline.
How MLB stadiums have stayed flush with hot dogs - in spite of inflation, supply chain problems How MLB stadiums have stayed flush with hot dogs - in spite of inflation, supply chain problems
Thu, May, 12, 2022
How are stadiums able to stay stocked while the rest of the world deals with supply chain issues? Gabe Lacques from USA Today has the story.
Why was Roe v. Wade never codified in Congress Why was Roe v. Wade never codified in Congress
Thu, May, 12, 2022
Donovan Slack from USA Today explains why Roe v. Wade was never codified in Congress.
Yum! No, Yuck! Weird Ice Cream Flavors Churn Up Discord Yum! No, Yuck! Weird Ice Cream Flavors Churn Up Discord
Wed, May, 11, 2022
Ice cream companies are in a race to make America gag. Katie Deighton from the Wall Street Journal brings us the latest.
State laws muddle national GOP's abortion messaging State laws muddle national GOP's abortion messaging
Wed, May, 11, 2022
Conservative states are enacting their own abortion laws that might go against GOP messaging. Emily Brooks from The Hill has the story.
Americans are stuck in an age of scarcity, and they don't like it Americans are stuck in an age of scarcity, and they don't like it
Wed, May, 11, 2022
When will we be able to find the goods we need? Heather Long from the Washington Post has the latest about how gloomy Americans are about the economy.
Wi-Fi on the plane: Here's how in-flight connectivity is changing (and costing) Wi-Fi on the plane: Here's how in-flight connectivity is changing (and costing)
Tue, May, 10, 2022
Wi-Fi is changing as we fly the friendly skies. Rob Pegoraro from USA Today brings us the latest.
The Stock Market Is Taking a Beating. It Won't End Soon The Stock Market Is Taking a Beating. It Won't End Soon
Tue, May, 10, 2022
When will the stocks start to level off? Nicholas Jasinski from Barron's joined us with a look.
Abortion challenges Corporate America's political activism Abortion challenges Corporate America's political activism
Tue, May, 10, 2022
Will the Roe v. Wade push corporations into more political activism? Lachlan Markay from Axios has the story.
'A New Era of Diagnosis for Alzheimer's Disease': Scientists Study Blood Tests for Dementia 'A New Era of Diagnosis for Alzheimer's Disease': Scientists Study Blood Tests for Dementia
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Scientists are studying blood tests for patients with dementia. Ken Alltucker of USA Today shares the story.
After Leak of Roe v. Wade Opinion, Parties make Dueling Bets on Power of Abortion Issue After Leak of Roe v. Wade Opinion, Parties make Dueling Bets on Power of Abortion Issue
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Aaron Zitner from Wall Street Journal breaks down the two parties discussing the power of abortion issue.
When Student Loan Debt Paused, These Borrowers Kept Playing When Student Loan Debt Paused, These Borrowers Kept Playing
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Rather than skipping payments during the Biden administration's student-loan freeze, a small but committed percentage of borrowers chose to keep paying anyway. Julia Carpenter from Wall Street Journal has the details.
Not There Yet: Pro-lifers Subdued Despite Promise of Biggest Victory in Movement's History Not There Yet: Pro-lifers Subdued Despite Promise of Biggest Victory in Movement's History
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Valerie Richardson of the Washington Times discusses with Gordon Deal about leaked Supreme Court draft striking down Roe v. Wade.