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When the U.S. Misses the World Cup, Does It Make a Sound? When the U.S. Misses the World Cup, Does It Make a Sound?
Fri, June, 22, 2018
How big of a deal is it when the U.S. misses the World Cup? A despondent Gordon Deal discusses with the Wall Street Journal's Joshua Robinson.
How Amazon Became One of Washington's Most Powerful Players How Amazon Became One of Washington's Most Powerful Players
Fri, June, 22, 2018
Brody Mullins from the Wall Street Journal explains how Amazon has become a powerful player in Washington.
Supreme Court allows states to collect sales taxes on more online transactions Supreme Court allows states to collect sales taxes on more online transactions
Fri, June, 22, 2018
What happens now that the Supreme Court will allow states to collect sales taxes on more online transactions? Richard Wolf from USA Today has the story.
What Needs to be Done To Fix the Immigration Problem What Needs to be Done To Fix the Immigration Problem
Thu, June, 21, 2018
Listen as Republican California Representative Jeff Denham tells Gordon what needs to be done to fix America's immigration problem.
Once a Target of Trump's Rage, Now She Protects Him Once a Target of Trump's Rage, Now She Protects Him
Thu, June, 21, 2018
Listen as the New York Time's Elizabeth Williamson tells Gordon how President Trump's Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen went from being yelled at to a close protector of Trump.
People are Getting Loans to Pay for Their Vacations People are Getting Loans to Pay for Their Vacations
Thu, June, 21, 2018
Listen as MarketWatch's Maria Lamagna tells Jennifer Kushinka how instead of saving up for vacations, people are getting loans for them.
20 Weeks Out From Midterms, Democrats and Republicans Brace for Surprises 20 Weeks Out From Midterms, Democrats and Republicans Brace for Surprises
Wed, June, 20, 2018
Listen as The Hill's Reid Wilson joins Gordon to discuss how both Republicans and Democrats are keeping their heads on a swivel just 5 months out from the midterm elections.
U.S. Whiskey Producers Already Feeling Effects of Possible Trade War U.S. Whiskey Producers Already Feeling Effects of Possible Trade War
Wed, June, 20, 2018
Listen as the Chicago Tribune's Greg Trotter tells Gordon how American whiskey producers feel the painful effects of a possible trade war.
Trump, GOP Headed Toward Standoff Over Family Separations at Border Trump, GOP Headed Toward Standoff Over Family Separations at Border
Wed, June, 20, 2018
Could President Trump and the Republican party be heading towards a standoff over family separations at the border? The Washington Examiner's Gabby Morongiello gives Gordon the answer.
Does the Trump Administration Have a Policy of Separating Families at the Border? Does the Trump Administration Have a Policy of Separating Families at the Border?
Wed, June, 20, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Deirdre Shesgreen tells Gordon whether or not President Trump's administration has a policy of separating families at the border.
As Nashville Rapidly Expands, Residents Worry the Metropolis is Growing Too Fast As Nashville Rapidly Expands, Residents Worry the Metropolis is Growing Too Fast
Tue, June, 19, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Cameron McWhirter joins Gordon to discuss how Nashville residents are worried that Music City is growing too fast.
Americans' Love Affair with Huge Vehicles Collides with Tiny Parking Spaces Americans' Love Affair with Huge Vehicles Collides with Tiny Parking Spaces
Tue, June, 19, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Christina Rogers joins Gordon to discuss why you might want to ignore your desire for a bigger vehicle and settle for a more compact one-- that is if you plan on parking it.
Florida's Senate Candidates Vie for Puerto Rican Vote Florida's Senate Candidates Vie for Puerto Rican Vote
Tue, June, 19, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Arian Campo-Flores joins Gordon to discuss why Florida's Senate candidates think the Puerto Rican vote is key to win the election.
Group Tries to Lower the Volume on the High-Decibel Noise That's Further Dividing a Polarized Nation Group Tries to Lower the Volume on the High-Decibel Noise That's Further Dividing a Polarized Nation
Tue, June, 19, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Ledyard King joins Gordon to discuss how a group in Virginia is trying to hear each other's political views rather than rebuke them like the majority of a polarized America.
With suicide rates on rise, can therapy apps help? With suicide rates on rise, can therapy apps help?
Mon, June, 18, 2018
Can therapy apps help as suicide rates are on rise? Gordon Deal talks with the Arizona Republic's Ken Alltucker with the latest.
Inside Former Texas Walmart, a Shelter for Migrant Boys Inside Former Texas Walmart, a Shelter for Migrant Boys
Mon, June, 18, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Alicia A. Caldwell takes us inside a Texas Walmart that has been repurposed as a shelter for migrant boys.
The scandal at the EPA? It may be how its press office has handled all the scandals. The scandal at the EPA? It may be how its press office has handled all the scandals.
Mon, June, 18, 2018
With growing scrutiny over Scott Pruitt, the EPA's press office has gone on the offensive. Paul Farhi from the Washington Post has the story.
Can Research on Astronauts Lead to a Good Night's Sleep on Earth? Can Research on Astronauts Lead to a Good Night's Sleep on Earth?
Fri, June, 15, 2018
Lee Hotz from The Wall Street Journal explains how lighting may help astronauts sleep better in space.
AT&T's Time Warner Prize-A Load of Hollywood Headaches AT&T's Time Warner Prize-A Load of Hollywood Headaches
Fri, June, 15, 2018
Joe Flint from The Wall Street Journal details some challenges that AT&T may face in the recent merger.
Watchdog rebukes ex-FBI director Comey over Clinton email case, but found no evidence of bias Watchdog rebukes ex-FBI director Comey over Clinton email case, but found no evidence of bias
Fri, June, 15, 2018
Erin Kelly of USA Today breaks down the watchdog report for us.
Extended Interview: Mindless Tribalism Infecting American Politics Extended Interview: Mindless Tribalism Infecting American Politics
Fri, June, 15, 2018
Listen as The National Journal's Josh Kraushaar joins Gordon in this extended interview to discuss how closed-minded Republicans and Democrats are infecting America's political state.
Americans Just Paid Off a Ton of Credit-Card Debt--But Here's the Bad News Americans Just Paid Off a Ton of Credit-Card Debt--But Here's the Bad News
Thu, June, 14, 2018
Are you feeling relieved after paying off your credit-card debt? Maybe you shouldn't. MarketWatch's Maria Lamagna joins Jennifer Kushinka to explain how there is still a downside to Americans paying off their credit-card debt.
The Great Egg Debate: Are They Healthy or Not? The Great Egg Debate: Are They Healthy or Not?
Thu, June, 14, 2018
What came first? The chicken or the egg? What about your health? The Wall Street Journal's Ellen Byron joins Jennifer Kushinka to discuss whether or not eggs are healthy for you.
South Korea Bulks Up Military Might While Preparing for Peace South Korea Bulks Up Military Might While Preparing for Peace
Thu, June, 14, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Jeong joins Gordon to discuss how South Korea is simultaneously building up its military while also preparing for peace.
Some People Don't Know What the P Means in IHOP, Let Alone the I, H, and O Some People Don't Know What the P Means in IHOP, Let Alone the I, H, and O
Wed, June, 13, 2018
Julie Jargon from The Wall Street Journal tells us that IHOP's recent marketing stunt revealed mass confusion over its real name.