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New challenges on World Autism Day New challenges on World Autism Day
Thu, April, 2, 2020
Joanne Lara from Autism Works Now and Gordon Deal discuss the challenges facing students with autism in these trying times.
Clear and present danger: COVID-19 rippling through the ranks is crippling U.S. military strength Clear and present danger: COVID-19 rippling through the ranks is crippling U.S. military strength
Thu, April, 2, 2020
Mike Glenn form the Washington Times breaks down how the military is dealing with the shock of the coronavirus.
Stocks falter as US death toll from coronavirus rises Stocks falter as US death toll from coronavirus rises
Thu, April, 2, 2020
How should you handle the stock market in the age of COVID-19? Jessica Menton from USA Today gives us a look.
Should you withdraw from your 401(k), HSA, CDs for fast cash during coronavirus? Should you withdraw from your 401(k), HSA, CDs for fast cash during coronavirus?
Wed, April, 1, 2020
Where do you turn if you need to tap into funds during the coronavirus crisis? CNBC's Sam Becker dishes out his best options for those in urgent need of money.
Florida, Unlike Other Hard Hit States, Avoids Broad Coronavirus Lockdown Florida, Unlike Other Hard Hit States, Avoids Broad Coronavirus Lockdown
Wed, April, 1, 2020
The crux between possibly infecting more people and saving the economy. Arian Campo-Flores of the WSJ discusses the thin line that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is teetering on during the pandemic.
Coping with COVID-19 Coping with COVID-19
Wed, April, 1, 2020
What is it like working 12 hours every day during this pandemic, coming into contact with patients infected with the virus, and then having to go home to a family? New York City ER Nurse Liz Babeuf fills us in.
How to Avoid Another Great Recession How to Avoid Another Great Recession
Wed, April, 1, 2020
Unemployment rates could rise as high as during the Great Depression. However, the WSJ's Greg Ip gives critical advice on how to avoid another huge economic recession.
There Are Plenty of Coronavirus Flight Deals Out There, But Think Before You Buy There Are Plenty of Coronavirus Flight Deals Out There, But Think Before You Buy
Tue, March, 31, 2020
Is it worth it to take a trip in the coming weeks or months? Scott McCartney of the WSJ answers any travel-related questions you may have during this unprecedented time.
Gas prices continue to plunge amid coronavirus pandemic Gas prices continue to plunge amid coronavirus pandemic
Tue, March, 31, 2020
Cheap gas prices are nice for the consumer, but do the harmful economic effects outweigh the benefits? Tom Kloza from OPIS tells us declining gas prices in times like this is an ominous sign.
What you should know if you have a loved one in a nursing home What you should know if you have a loved one in a nursing home
Tue, March, 31, 2020
Dan Stockdale, a certified nursing home administrator, answers several key questions for those who have loved ones in nursing homes and wish to see them during the coronavirus pandemic.
The extraordinary challenges facing New York's EMS workers The extraordinary challenges facing New York's EMS workers
Tue, March, 31, 2020
Jim O'Connor, an EMS worker from Empress Ambulance in New York, details the overwhelming experiences EMS workers are going through right now, and how they continue to stand heroically and selflessly on the front lines to save lives.
Coronavirus Leaves Older Americans Cut Off: 'We Have Been Trying to Fill That Void' Coronavirus Leaves Older Americans Cut Off: 'We Have Been Trying to Fill That Void'
Mon, March, 30, 2020
The Wall Street Journal's Clare Ansberry explains how cut-off older Americans are dealing with COVID-19.
Campaigns pivot toward health awareness as races sidelined by coronavirus Campaigns pivot toward health awareness as races sidelined by coronavirus
Mon, March, 30, 2020
Campaigns pivot toward health awareness as we hear less and less about the 2020 election. Rebecca Klar from The Hill and Gordon Deal discuss.
Nurses treating coronavirus say they're 'going into a battle we're just not prepared for' Nurses treating coronavirus say they're 'going into a battle we're just not prepared for'
Mon, March, 30, 2020
Nurses treating coronavirus say they're going into a battle we're just not prepared for. Frank Esposito from Rockland/Westchester Journal News has the story.
'Devastated': Adoptions for U.S. families disrupted by coronavirus 'Devastated': Adoptions for U.S. families disrupted by coronavirus
Thu, March, 26, 2020
Shen Wu Tan of the Washington Times tells stories of U.S. families who had hoped to adopt internationally, and now are just stuck waiting in frustration.
Coronavirus Cases in Congress Bring New Urgency to Remote Voting Coronavirus Cases in Congress Bring New Urgency to Remote Voting
Thu, March, 26, 2020
WSJ's Natalie Andrews explains how the coronavirus could help break tradition and usher in a new era of remote voting in Congress.
How to Avoid Eating All Day While Coronavirus Keeps Us Working From Home How to Avoid Eating All Day While Coronavirus Keeps Us Working From Home
Thu, March, 26, 2020
Having a tough time forming healthy eating habits whilst working from home? Hilary Potkewitz hands out advice.
From New York City to St. Augustine, fever charting shows social distancing may be 'breaking the chain' of coronavirus infections From New York City to St. Augustine, fever charting shows social distancing may be 'breaking the chain' of coronavirus infections
Thu, March, 26, 2020
Is it actually working? USA Today's Jayne O'Donnell explains if the spread of coronavirus is indeed actually starting to slow.
'I Have Bills I Have to Pay.' Low-Wage Workers Face Brunt of Coronavirus Crisis 'I Have Bills I Have to Pay.' Low-Wage Workers Face Brunt of Coronavirus Crisis
Wed, March, 25, 2020
How will low-wage workers handle the coronavirus crisis? Eric Morath from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Coronavirus' growing emotional toll Coronavirus' growing emotional toll
Wed, March, 25, 2020
Sam Baker from Axios and Gordon Deal discuss the emotional toll the coronavirus is taking on Americans.
How long can a stimulus-fueled markets surge last? How long can a stimulus-fueled markets surge last?
Wed, March, 25, 2020
How long can a stimulus-fueled markets surge last? Fox Business' Liz Claman gives us a look.
'Extraordinary change': How coronavirus is rewiring the Republican and Democratic parties 'Extraordinary change': How coronavirus is rewiring the Republican and Democratic parties
Tue, March, 24, 2020
David Siders from POLITICO breaks down how the coronavirus is rewiring the Republican and Democratic parties.
The economy and life may be reshaped by the coronavirus pandemic The economy and life may be reshaped by the coronavirus pandemic
Tue, March, 24, 2020
The economy and life may be reshaped by the coronavirus pandemic. Craig Timberg from the Washington Post has the story.
The biggest obstacles we face in overcoming the pandemic The biggest obstacles we face in overcoming the pandemic
Tue, March, 24, 2020
Tennessee Representative Mark Green joined Gordon Deal this morning with the latest on the coronavirus response.
States, schools work on health worker shortage due to virus States, schools work on health worker shortage due to virus
Mon, March, 23, 2020
States are working with a health worker shortage due to the coronavirus. Sandhya Raman from RollCall has the story.