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Workplace Romance? Many Millennials and Gen Zers Would Never Workplace Romance? Many Millennials and Gen Zers Would Never
Tue, November, 24, 2020
Millennials are staying away from workplace flings. Krithika Varagur from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
House Republicans hopeful for fundraising boost House Republicans hopeful for fundraising boost
Mon, November, 23, 2020
With some unexpected gains, Republicans are hoping for a fundraising boost. Alex Gangitano from The Hill and Gordon Deal discuss.
Biden, Beware: The Nationalist Moment Hasn't Passed Biden, Beware: The Nationalist Moment Hasn't Passed
Mon, November, 23, 2020
Despite Trump losing the election don't think the Nationalist movement has passed. Greg Ip from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Why Biden won't unite a deeply divided nation Why Biden won't unite a deeply divided nation
Mon, November, 23, 2020
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains why President-Elect Joe Biden will have trouble uniting a divided nation.
COVID vaccine candidate from Pfizer must be stored at minus 112, prompting a rush on dry ice COVID vaccine candidate from Pfizer must be stored at minus 112, prompting a rush on dry ice
Thu, November, 19, 2020
Dry ice will soon become a hot commodity. Elizabeth Weise from USA Today takes us behind the headline.
Big Tech Between and Rock and Hard Place on censorship Big Tech Between and Rock and Hard Place on censorship
Thu, November, 19, 2020
Tech Analyst Rob Enderle joined Gordon Deal this morning with a look at the tight rope Twitter and Facebook are walking when it comes to censorship.
Congress's New Faces Include Ex-Astronaut, Citadel's First Female Grad Congress's New Faces Include Ex-Astronaut, Citadel's First Female Grad
Thu, November, 19, 2020
Natalie Andrews from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look at the new members coming into Congress.
How the 'reinfection phenomenon' could impact vaccines, herd immunity and human behavior How the 'reinfection phenomenon' could impact vaccines, herd immunity and human behavior
Wed, November, 18, 2020
Are you infected again or just still suffering? Karen Weintraub from USA Today breaks down how the reinfection phenomenon could impact vaccines.
4 more years: Trump freezes 2024 presidential field 4 more years: Trump freezes 2024 presidential field
Wed, November, 18, 2020
Donald Trump may be eyeing 2024 for another run at the White House. Alex Isenstadt from POLITICO and Gordon Deal discuss.
Democrats see young voters as critical in Georgia runoffs Democrats see young voters as critical in Georgia runoffs
Wed, November, 18, 2020
Julia Manchester from The Hill explains why young voters are so crucial for Georgia Democrats.
Pelosi faces caucus divisions in Biden era Pelosi faces caucus divisions in Biden era
Tue, November, 17, 2020
Nancy Pelosi is facing party divisions as we head into Joe Biden's presidency. Mike Lillis from The Hill has the story.
Can both sides come together after a contentious election? Can both sides come together after a contentious election?
Tue, November, 17, 2020
Oregon Representative Kurt Schrader joined us this morning with an update on an attempt to pass a coronavirus stimulus package.
How could a vaccine rollout by Pfizer and Moderna look? How could a vaccine rollout by Pfizer and Moderna look?
Tue, November, 17, 2020
Dr. Dean Fanelli gives us a look at what a covid-19 vaccine rollout could look like.
What a Joe Biden presidency could mean for the next COVID-19 stimulus package What a Joe Biden presidency could mean for the next COVID-19 stimulus package
Mon, November, 16, 2020
What will a COVID-19 stimulus package look like under Joe Biden? Jessica Menton from USA Today and Gordon Deal go behind the headline.
Trump Cries Election Fraud. In Court, His Lawyers Don't Trump Cries Election Fraud. In Court, His Lawyers Don't
Mon, November, 16, 2020
Despite the President pushing fraud, his lawyers are backing down in court. Byron Tau from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
What's next for Congress in the aftermath of the election? What's next for Congress in the aftermath of the election?
Mon, November, 16, 2020
Arizona Representative David Schweikert joined Gordon Deal this morning with a look at what's next for Congress in the aftermath of the election.
In New Covid-19 Surge, Testing and Data Woes Challenge U.S. Response In New Covid-19 Surge, Testing and Data Woes Challenge U.S. Response
Thu, November, 12, 2020
Sarah Krouse from the Wall Street Journal discusses the challenges facing the U.S. with a new COVID surge.
Biden could take office with plenty of pitfalls ahead of 2022 Biden could take office with plenty of pitfalls ahead of 2022
Thu, November, 12, 2020
James Antle from the Washington Examiner breaks down the pitfalls facing a Biden administration.
Moderates will wield more influence with Senate's razor-thin majority Moderates will wield more influence with Senate's razor-thin majority
Thu, November, 12, 2020
Moderates will wield more influence with Senate's razor-thin majority. Valerie Richardson from the Washington Times takes us behind the headline.
Trump Remade the GOP. Now What? Trump Remade the GOP. Now What?
Wed, November, 11, 2020
How will the GOP move forward without a President Trump? John McCormick from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
Biden's judicial nominations to face tight Senate margin Biden's judicial nominations to face tight Senate margin
Wed, November, 11, 2020
Zach Cohen from the National Journal explains the problem Joe Biden will have with judicial nominations.
Joe Biden and Mitch McConnell are friends who have brokered deals in the Senate: Can they still work together? Joe Biden and Mitch McConnell are friends who have brokered deals in the Senate: Can they still work together?
Wed, November, 11, 2020
Will the friendship between Joe Biden and Mitch McConnell survive a rocky transition? Ledyard King from USA Today has the story.
What would a Biden presidency mean for the markets? What would a Biden presidency mean for the markets?
Tue, November, 10, 2020
What are the markets expecting from the next 4 years? Miles Udland from Yahoo! Finance gives us a look.
What does a Biden presidency mean for business and the economy? What does a Biden presidency mean for business and the economy?
Tue, November, 10, 2020
Economist Peter Morici gives us a look at what the Biden presidency could mean for the economy.
Biden swung Georgia left. Now Democrats are racing to do it again Biden swung Georgia left. Now Democrats are racing to do it again
Tue, November, 10, 2020
Will Democrats be able to keep Georgia blue during the upcoming Senate runoffs? Elena Schneider from POLITICO takes us behind the headline.