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Insulin Prices Double, Causing Many People With Diabetes to Turn to Extremes Insulin Prices Double, Causing Many People With Diabetes to Turn to Extremes
Fri, December, 13, 2019
Americans with diabetes are paying upwards of $1,000 per month for insulin, which they need to survive. When some diabetics can't foot the outrageous bill, they are rationing their insulin-and dying because of it. Megan Henry from The Columbus Dispatch analyzes the startling trend.
Construction of Texas Border Wall Stalls Over Fights With Landowners Construction of Texas Border Wall Stalls Over Fights With Landowners
Fri, December, 13, 2019
Elizabeth Findell from The Wall Street Journal explains how the Trump administration's efforts to build a southern border wall have been stalled by Texas landowners refusing to cede their property.
Need to Pay the Babysitter? Don't Even Think About Using Cash. Need to Pay the Babysitter? Don't Even Think About Using Cash.
Fri, December, 13, 2019
Out with greenbacks, and in with Venmo. Julie Jargon from The Wall Street Journal explores why many young adults prefer a digital wallet over hard cash.
Vulnerable Democrats Feel Heat Ahead of Impeachment Vote Vulnerable Democrats Feel Heat Ahead of Impeachment Vote
Fri, December, 13, 2019
Across the country last year, Democrats flipped Trump-won districts to give their party the majority in the House. Now, as Cristina Marcos from The Hill explains, those same vulnerable Dems are growing anxious about the upcoming impeachment vote.
Military slow-wall or 'deep state' defiance? Trump sees direct orders modified Military slow-wall or 'deep state' defiance? Trump sees direct orders modified
Thu, December, 12, 2019
Washington Times military reporter Ben Wolfgang tells us why military leaders aren't always following through on all of the President's orders.
How to give the gift of a better job this Christmas How to give the gift of a better job this Christmas
Thu, December, 12, 2019
Jacob Passy from Marketwatch explains how you can better market yourself for a new job this holiday season.
North American Trade Pact Could Cushion US Economy North American Trade Pact Could Cushion US Economy
Thu, December, 12, 2019
For a breakdown of how the new USMCA agreement will affect the American economy, Harriet Tory from the Wall Street Journal gives us the latest.
Pensacola shooting exposes exception in US gun policy that leaves Americans vulnerable Pensacola shooting exposes exception in US gun policy that leaves Americans vulnerable
Thu, December, 12, 2019
Jorge Ortiz of USA Today explains the loophole that led to the deadly Naval Air Station shooting in Florida.
Why Workers Should Be Celebrating the USMCA Why Workers Should Be Celebrating the USMCA
Wed, December, 11, 2019
Economist Peter Morici breaks down the USMCA, the latest trade agreement between the United States, Mexico, and Canada that will replace NAFTA.
Does a partisan impeachment process have credibility? Does a partisan impeachment process have credibility?
Wed, December, 11, 2019
As House Democrats advance the impeachment inquiry against President Trump, Jim Antle from American Conservative analyzes the partisan nature of the process.
Administrative assistant jobs helped propel many women into the middle class. Now they're disappearing. Administrative assistant jobs helped propel many women into the middle class. Now they're disappearing.
Tue, December, 10, 2019
Heather Long of the Washington Post explains why administrative assistant positions are vanishing. But are some companies bringing these jobs back?
Use Airbnb, Uber or Lyft? Beware. There can be a dark side to sharing with strangers Use Airbnb, Uber or Lyft? Beware. There can be a dark side to sharing with strangers
Tue, December, 10, 2019
When we were younger, parents would say 'don't talk to strangers.' Should it now be 'don't share with strangers'? Stories from USA Today's Dalvin Brown uncover a dark side to apps such as Airbnb, Uber, and Lyft.
FBI's Chris Wray Tries to Steer Bureau Past Politics FBI's Chris Wray Tries to Steer Bureau Past Politics
Tue, December, 10, 2019
What is FBI Director Chris Wray doing amidst all of the impeachment news and Russia probe headlines? And what is the public perception? WSJ's Byron Tau explains.
'It's a sunny day, sir': Republicans use soaring economy as defense against impeachment 'It's a sunny day, sir': Republicans use soaring economy as defense against impeachment
Tue, December, 10, 2019
Arguably one of the strongest economies ever. That's one of the Republicans' defenses against Trump impeachment. Will it work? Dave Boyer of the Washington Times answers the question.
Once a Tool of the Elite, Metal Credit Cards Now Turn Up Everywhere Once a Tool of the Elite, Metal Credit Cards Now Turn Up Everywhere
Mon, December, 9, 2019
Why are banks rolling out more metal credit cards? WSJ's AnnaMaria Andiotis details the newest psychological symbol of wealth.
States' Shift From Caucuses Is Challenge for Sanders, Warren States' Shift From Caucuses Is Challenge for Sanders, Warren
Mon, December, 9, 2019
More primaries, fewer caucuses? WSJ's Ken Thomas says so, and what candidates like Sanders and Warren have to do to adjust.
Holiday Office Party Do's and Don'ts Holiday Office Party Do's and Don'ts
Mon, December, 9, 2019
Employment Attorney Jonathan Bell issues two big warnings ahead of the holiday office party season.
This is the hottest job market since the 1990s. Why aren't wages growing faster? This is the hottest job market since the 1990s. Why aren't wages growing faster?
Mon, December, 9, 2019
The Washington Post's Heather Long answers why wages have lagged behind the booming job market, and pinpoints a term describing an economic phenomenon that you should know.
Chew on This: Gum That Promises to Help You Sleep and Make You Skinny Chew on This: Gum That Promises to Help You Sleep and Make You Skinny
Fri, December, 6, 2019
New chewing gum products are going to help us get better sleep AND lose weight? Annie Gasparro of the WSJ tells us how.
Ford workers break their silence on faulty transmissions: 'Everybody knew' Ford workers break their silence on faulty transmissions: 'Everybody knew'
Fri, December, 6, 2019
Several Ford workers have finally admitted their knowledge of faulty transmissions in new vehicles. Why? And how is Ford responding? Randy Essex from the Detroit Free Press breaks the exclusive story.
How the drafting of articles of impeachment will proceed How the drafting of articles of impeachment will proceed
Fri, December, 6, 2019
The House Judiciary Committee is drafting articles of impeachment in the attempt to remove President Trump from office. What's next? USA Today's Bart Jansen fills us in.
Why the impeachment inquiry has been a sham Why the impeachment inquiry has been a sham
Fri, December, 6, 2019
Congressman Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA), a member of the House Judiciary Committee, details his issues with the impeachment inquiry process, and how it's preventing him from duties back in his state of Pennsylvania.
Want to spark joy with your gifts this holiday season? Scientists have a solution Want to spark joy with your gifts this holiday season? Scientists have a solution
Thu, December, 5, 2019
Do you find yourself disappointed with the gifts you give to friends and family? Marketwatch's Leslie Albrecht offers these important tips backed by science to make your holiday gifts a smashing success.
With Population Booming, North Carolina District Wants to Keep Schools Open Year-Round With Population Booming, North Carolina District Wants to Keep Schools Open Year-Round
Thu, December, 5, 2019
School all year long? WSJ's Valerie Bauerlein details why it could be a tremendous idea.
How our feelings have shifted on the Affordable Care Act How our feelings have shifted on the Affordable Care Act
Thu, December, 5, 2019
Seth Denson from GDP Advisors explains why the Affordable Care Act has morphed into relative approval by the general public, and what the Trump administration is now doing with it.