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Guards and Detainees Alike in Limbo at Trump's Guantánamo Guards and Detainees Alike in Limbo at Trump's Guantánamo
Thu, February, 23, 2017
What will happen to Guantánamo under President Trump? Foreign Policy's Molly O'Toole has a look.
What are the legal ramifications of the Trump admin. reversing transgender student protections? What are the legal ramifications of the Trump admin. reversing transgender student protections?
Thu, February, 23, 2017
Attorney Byron Henry breaks down the legal ramifications of the Trump administration reversing Obama's transgender rules.
Priebus faces doubts from populist right after rocky week Priebus faces doubts from populist right after rocky week
Thu, February, 23, 2017
Is Reince Priebus' chief of staff job safe? Sarah Westwood from the Washington Examiner has the story.
Fight Over Supreme Court Pick Neil Gorsuch Set to Ramp Up Fight Over Supreme Court Pick Neil Gorsuch Set to Ramp Up
Thu, February, 23, 2017
The fight over Trump's SCOTUS pick starting to ramp up. Byron Tau from the Wall Street Journal has more.
Amid Trump Controversies, Tax Overhaul's Uncertain Path Amid Trump Controversies, Tax Overhaul's Uncertain Path
Wed, February, 22, 2017
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal takes a look at where tax overhaul stands in the Trump administration.
States Push to Raise Gasoline Taxes States Push to Raise Gasoline Taxes
Wed, February, 22, 2017
The gas tax has taken center stage in some states. Cameron McWhirter from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Trump's Revised Travel Ban Still Likely to Face Hurdles Trump's Revised Travel Ban Still Likely to Face Hurdles
Wed, February, 22, 2017
The National Journal's Sam Baker explains how Trump's revised travel ban is still likely to face hurdles.
Oroville crisis highlights risky dams, spotty inspections around U.S Oroville crisis highlights risky dams, spotty inspections around U.S
Wed, February, 22, 2017
Jill Castellano from The Desert Sun breaks down how the Oroville crisis highlighted dam issues around the country.
Hospitals target nutrition, other social needs to boost health Hospitals target nutrition, other social needs to boost health
Tue, February, 21, 2017
Hospitals are targeting social needs as a way to boost health. Jayne O'Donnell from USA Today has the story.
How to know if a youth coach is being abusive. How to know if a youth coach is being abusive.
Tue, February, 21, 2017
Child Abuse Victims Advocate Polly Franks joined with a look at the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal.
In Marshall, Va., Support for Donald Trump Hasn't Wavered In Marshall, Va., Support for Donald Trump Hasn't Wavered
Tue, February, 21, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Dante Chinni visits a town where support for Donald Trump hasn't wavered.
With Their Rising Homicide Rates, Four Cities Stand Out With Their Rising Homicide Rates, Four Cities Stand Out
Tue, February, 21, 2017
Scott Calvert from the Wall Street Journal has look at certain areas where murder rates are on the rise.
Trump now owns Obamacare Trump now owns Obamacare
Fri, February, 17, 2017
Yahoo! Finance's Rick Newman breaks down why Obamacare is now Trump's problem.
Trump Administration Backs Away From Russian Reset Trump Administration Backs Away From Russian Reset
Fri, February, 17, 2017
Nathan Hodge from the Wall Street Journal breaks down relations between Russia and the Trump administration.
Obama lectured. Trump declares. The big difference between a Trump and Obama news conference Obama lectured. Trump declares. The big difference between a Trump and Obama news conference
Fri, February, 17, 2017
David Nakamura from the Washington Post has a look at the differences between a Trump and Obama press conference.
In Trump Age, Taking a Different Tack on Workplace Diversity In Trump Age, Taking a Different Tack on Workplace Diversity
Wed, February, 15, 2017
Has the election changed how companies cultivate a fair, inclusive workplace? John Simons from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Is flag football more dangerous than tackle football? Is flag football more dangerous than tackle football?
Wed, February, 15, 2017
Is flag football more dangerous than tackle football? Dr. Brandon Brock from Cerebrum Health Centers helps us break down a new study.
Why Casey Could Be Key to the Supreme Court Fight Why Casey Could Be Key to the Supreme Court Fight
Wed, February, 15, 2017
The National Journal's Alex Rogers explains the importance of Senator Robert Casey to the Supreme Court fight.
Centrist senators' clout rises in divided chamber Centrist senators' clout rises in divided chamber
Wed, February, 15, 2017
Erin Kelly from USA Today breaks down the rising influence of centrist senators.
Missile Test Advances North Korea's Offensive Posture Missile Test Advances North Korea's Offensive Posture
Tue, February, 14, 2017
How does the North Korean missile launch impact the rest of the world? The Wall Street Journal's Jonathan Cheng has the story.
How to spot sexual abuse in children How to spot sexual abuse in children
Tue, February, 14, 2017
Child sex abuse victims' advocate Polly Franks breaks down how to spot sexual abuse in children.
Employers Balk at Curbs on Generous Health Plans Employers Balk at Curbs on Generous Health Plans
Tue, February, 14, 2017
Employers want to see an end to the Affordable Care Act's "Cadillac Tax." Anna Mathews from the Wall Street Journal has more.
Is Trump an isolationist or interventionist? Is Trump an isolationist or interventionist?
Tue, February, 14, 2017
Is Trump an isolationist or interventionist? Jamie McIntyre from the Washington Examiner has a look.
Obamacare Provisions Gain Unexpected Backers as GOP Moves to Rewrite Law Obamacare Provisions Gain Unexpected Backers as GOP Moves to Rewrite Law
Mon, February, 13, 2017
Michelle Hackman from the Wall Street Journal explains why health groups are now promoting parts of the ACA they like as Republicans work to rewrite it.
Retailers Are Caught in Political Fights Over Trump Retailers Are Caught in Political Fights Over Trump
Mon, February, 13, 2017
How are retailers handling the Trump administration? Suzanne Kapner from the Wall Street Journal has the story.