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Down with Homework, Say U.S. School Districts Down with Homework, Say U.S. School Districts
Fri, December, 14, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Tawnell Hobbs examines a rising trend in U.S. elementary schools: limiting, de-emphasizing, and even banning homework.
Your Apps Are Tracking You. Here's How to Stop Them. Your Apps Are Tracking You. Here's How to Stop Them.
Fri, December, 14, 2018
Kari Paul from MarketWatch explains how the apps on your smartphone track your location and collect personal data, even when they say they're not.
Banned from the Olympic Movement for Sexual Misconduct, These Men Are Still Coaching Kids Banned from the Olympic Movement for Sexual Misconduct, These Men Are Still Coaching Kids
Fri, December, 14, 2018
USA Today's Rachel Axon explores a frightening story: there are dozens of coaches guilty of sexual misconduct who are still actively coaching in the Olympic movement.
Here's How Trump Can Finally Make Progress on Immigration Here's How Trump Can Finally Make Progress on Immigration
Fri, December, 14, 2018
Washington Examiner columnist Ryan Girdusky offers his thoughts on how President Trump can accomplish his legislative goals on immigration with more executive action.
What does it take to become Trump's chief of staff? Jared and Ivanka's approval What does it take to become Trump's chief of staff? Jared and Ivanka's approval
Thu, December, 13, 2018
POLITICO reporter Gaby Orr describes how Jared and Ivanka have a great deal of influence on who the next chief of staff will be due to their close proximity to the President.
Analysis of Michael Cohen Sentencing - Brain Wagner Analysis of Michael Cohen Sentencing - Brain Wagner
Thu, December, 13, 2018
Criminal Defense Attorney Brian Wagner says the sentence for Cohen was just, and that it's possible he will cooperate further with the special counsel in order to reduce his sentencing.
Analysis of Michael Cohen Sentencing - Matt Mackowiak Analysis of Michael Cohen Sentencing - Matt Mackowiak
Thu, December, 13, 2018
GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak says although he's concerned for Trump, he doesn't yet believe the President has direct criminal liability.
U.S. Proposal Would Let Postal Service Sell Access to Your Mailbox U.S. Proposal Would Let Postal Service Sell Access to Your Mailbox
Wed, December, 12, 2018
Because the Postal Service has the exclusive rights to your mailbox, the U.S. is considering licensing that access to private companies in order to help their financial difficulties. Wall Street Journal reporter Heidi Vogt explains.
The Shrewdest Political Plays of 2018 The Shrewdest Political Plays of 2018
Wed, December, 12, 2018
From Democrats sticking to the bread and butter issues and winning many competitive seats in California, to power plays from Rick Scott and Mike Bloomberg, Josh Kraushaar breaks down the biggest winners of 2018
The Loneliest Generation: American's, More Than Ever, Are Aging Alone The Loneliest Generation: American's, More Than Ever, Are Aging Alone
Wed, December, 12, 2018
Why baby boomers are aging alone more than any generation in US history, and the public health threat it poses. Janet Adamy of the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Climate Change Emerging From the Political Showers Climate Change Emerging From the Political Showers
Wed, December, 12, 2018
Wall Street Journal reporter Jerry Seib details why climate change is becoming an increasing political issue in Washington
7 credit-card hacks to save up to $1,000 over the holidays 7 credit-card hacks to save up to $1,000 over the holidays
Tue, December, 11, 2018
MarketWatch's Jacob Passy says savvy consumers can save big bucks by employing a few simple credit card tactics this holiday season.
Rick Scott spent a record $63.6 million of his own money to win a Florida Senate seat Rick Scott spent a record $63.6 million of his own money to win a Florida Senate seat
Tue, December, 11, 2018
Ledyard King of USA Today details why most candidates who finance their own campaigns usually lose, and how former Florida Governor Rick Scott broke that trend.
A recession is coming -- but this isn't it A recession is coming -- but this isn't it
Tue, December, 11, 2018
Yahoo! Finance reporter Rick Newman contends that a recession is imminent, just not as soon as some are predicting.
What's Wrong with Your Venmo Account, and How to Fix It What's Wrong with Your Venmo Account, and How to Fix It
Mon, December, 10, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Katie Bindley dives into Venmo's spotty record on user privacy issues and how that affects your account.
U.S. Murder Rate for 2018 Is on Track for a Big Drop U.S. Murder Rate for 2018 Is on Track for a Big Drop
Mon, December, 10, 2018
Jeff Asher from The New York Times explains why he forecasts a significant decline in the U.S. murder rate for 2018.
How Hanukkah Gets Lost in the Holiday Retail Rush How Hanukkah Gets Lost in the Holiday Retail Rush
Mon, December, 10, 2018
Rachel Siegel from The Washington Post explores how big-box stores overlook Hanukkah every holiday season.
If Iowa and New Hampshire Didn't Always Go First, Presidential Campaigns Would Be Shorter If Iowa and New Hampshire Didn't Always Go First, Presidential Campaigns Would Be Shorter
Mon, December, 10, 2018
Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby offers a solution to the country's unhealthy, dragged-out presidential campaigns.
Weekend Show Preview: Does UCF Prove It's Time to Expand the College Football Playoff? Weekend Show Preview: Does UCF Prove It's Time to Expand the College Football Playoff?
Fri, December, 7, 2018
Greg Moore from The Arizona Republic dissects the issues with the College Football Playoff after an unbeaten University of Central Florida team gets snubbed for the second straight season.
Iowa Democrats Say They Want Generational Change Iowa Democrats Say They Want Generational Change
Fri, December, 7, 2018
After reaching out to all 99 Democratic county chairs in Iowa, The Wall Street Journal's Reid Epstein found a common denominator: they want a young candidate.
The Push to End Bumping Passengers from Flights The Push to End Bumping Passengers from Flights
Fri, December, 7, 2018
In the last few years, there have been a number of viral incidents on airplanes involving passengers "bumped" from their flights. Now, Wall Street Journal travel columnist Scott McCartney explains how airlines have scaled back the controversial practice.
Debate Over Border Wall Funding Strains Democratic Party Unity Debate Over Border Wall Funding Strains Democratic Party Unity
Fri, December, 7, 2018
Amid President Trump's calls for $5 billion to fund the border wall, The Wall Street Journal's Kristina Peterson looks at the internal debate between Senate and House Democrats on how to proceed.
The Melting Away of GM Motors The Melting Away of GM Motors
Thu, December, 6, 2018
Economist Peter Morici looks at GM Motors' bleak future after enduring another round of layoffs.
George W. Bush's Complex Relationship with His Dad George W. Bush's Complex Relationship with His Dad
Thu, December, 6, 2018
As the nation mourns the loss of George H.W. Bush, David Jackson from USA Today joins us to explore the complicated relationship between George W. Bush and his father.
This season's guilty pleasure: Binge-watching Hallmark Christmas Movies This season's guilty pleasure: Binge-watching Hallmark Christmas Movies
Thu, December, 6, 2018
Wall Street Journal Reporter Katherine Bindley uncovers why more people than ever are on a Hallmark Christmas movie fix