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The Oldest Kids in the Class May Get an Edge in College Admissions The Oldest Kids in the Class May Get an Edge in College Admissions
Mon, August, 21, 2017
Being the oldest in your class has its advantages. Ben Leubsdorf from the Wall Street Journal explains
The latest on the deadly U.S.S. John McCain collision The latest on the deadly U.S.S. John McCain collision
Mon, August, 21, 2017
Henning Gloystein from Reuters briefed us on the latest happening in the Pacific after USS John McCain collision.
Donald Trump's Jabs at Lawmakers Fire Up GOP Senators Donald Trump's Jabs at Lawmakers Fire Up GOP Senators
Mon, August, 21, 2017
President Trump is making a habit out of reprimanding his own party. The Wall Street Journal's Kristina Peterson has the story.
Operations Against Islamic State Spotlight Competing Priorities for U.S. Operations Against Islamic State Spotlight Competing Priorities for U.S.
Mon, August, 21, 2017
Maria Abi Habib from the Wall Street Journal joined us with the latest on the operations against Islamic State.
North Korea's Chemical Arsenal Complicates U.S. Options North Korea's Chemical Arsenal Complicates U.S. Options
Fri, August, 18, 2017
North Korea's chemical arsenal is complicating U.S. options. Brendan Bordelon from National Journal has the story.
Barcelona Attack Shows Limits of Security Efforts Barcelona Attack Shows Limits of Security Efforts
Fri, August, 18, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Deborah Ball joins us with a look at security efforts surrounding the latest attack in Barcelona.
The New Right-Wing Extremism: Unified, Tech-Savvy and Emboldened The New Right-Wing Extremism: Unified, Tech-Savvy and Emboldened
Fri, August, 18, 2017
Cameron McWhirter from the Wall Street Journal breaks down how being tech-savvy has emboldened right-wing extremist.
Teachers Struggle With Line Between Free Speech and Hate Speech Teachers Struggle With Line Between Free Speech and Hate Speech
Thu, August, 17, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn breaks down how teachers are dealing with the line between free speech and hate speech.
Apple Readies $1 Billion War Chest for Hollywood Programming Apple Readies $1 Billion War Chest for Hollywood Programming
Thu, August, 17, 2017
Apple's preparing a Hollywood takeover. Tripp Mickle from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
President Trump is trying to reverse Obama's legacy through legal battles President Trump is trying to reverse Obama's legacy through legal battles
Thu, August, 17, 2017
USA Today's Richard Wolf discusses how President Trump is doing his best to reverse Obama's legacy.
How to Handle a Large, Unexpected Medical Bill How to Handle a Large, Unexpected Medical Bill
Thu, August, 17, 2017
Veronica Dagher from the Wall Street Journal has some tips on how to handle an unexpected medical bill.
Amid North Korean Tensions, Mattis-Tillerson Show Is Key to the Drama Amid North Korean Tensions, Mattis-Tillerson Show Is Key to the Drama
Wed, August, 16, 2017
Rex Tillerson and Jim Mattis are playing good cop/bad cop when it comes to North Korea. The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib explains.
North Korea Follows Familiar Playbook With Guam Reversal North Korea Follows Familiar Playbook With Guam Reversal
Wed, August, 16, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Jonathan Cheng breaks down why North Korea's playbook has not changed.
Is There a Rise in White Hate Groups? Is There a Rise in White Hate Groups?
Wed, August, 16, 2017
Is there a rise in white hate groups? Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal has a look.
Trouble in Trumpland: The President's core supporters begin to worry Trouble in Trumpland: The President's core supporters begin to worry
Tue, August, 15, 2017
A growing number of the President's core supporters are beginning to voice their concerns about the Administration's ability to work with Congress and steer clear of making controversial headlines. USA Today's Susan Page discusses.
The messy, confusing future of TV? It's here The messy, confusing future of TV? It's here
Tue, August, 15, 2017
Designed to help consumers save money, the cord-cutting experience of cable TV has not quite worked out for everyone. The New York Times' Kevin Roose has more.
What Trump has Quietly Accomplished What Trump has Quietly Accomplished
Tue, August, 15, 2017
In spite of the controversial headlines surrounding the Trump administration, The Atlantic's David Graham says it's easy to forget some of what the President has been accomplishing behind the scenes.
What can law enforcement learn from deadly white nationalist protest in Charlottesville What can law enforcement learn from deadly white nationalist protest in Charlottesville
Tue, August, 15, 2017
Dr. GM Cox, Director of the Public Administration Masters' Degree Program at Tarleton State University, joins us with more on what law enforcement can take away from the deadly protest in Charlottesville.
Businesses cashing in on Solar Eclipse Watchers Businesses cashing in on Solar Eclipse Watchers
Mon, August, 14, 2017
USA Today's Doyle Rice joins us with a look at how local businesses in places like Salem, Oregon and Charleston, South Carolina are preparing for the expected influx of tourists ahead of next week's Solar Eclipse.
Mobile Games' Most Valuable Tool: Access to You Mobile Games' Most Valuable Tool: Access to You
Mon, August, 14, 2017
The average person is spending almost three hours a day playing mobile games. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Needleman discusses its soaring popularity with This Morning's Gordon Deal.
Movie Theaters have a Bigger Problem than this Summer of Duds Movie Theaters have a Bigger Problem than this Summer of Duds
Mon, August, 14, 2017
An overall decline in Movie Theater attendance this summer has put theater chains in a weak position. The Wall Street Journal's Erich Schwartzel explains.
They insulted each other on the campaign trail, but now Trump and Rubio are chummy They insulted each other on the campaign trail, but now Trump and Rubio are chummy
Mon, August, 14, 2017
President Trump and Florida Senator Marco Rubio did not hold back during the Republican Primary. However, their relationship has drastically improved since Trump took office. USA Today Washington Correspondent Ledge King joins us with more.
Why Supermarkets Want to Sell You Ugly Fruits and Vegetables. Why Supermarkets Want to Sell You Ugly Fruits and Vegetables.
Fri, August, 11, 2017
Don't overlook the ugly fruits and veggies. MarketWatch's Maria LaMagna on the fight against food waste.
Health 'Navigators' Brace for Decision on Their Funding. Health 'Navigators' Brace for Decision on Their Funding.
Fri, August, 11, 2017
The Trump administration must decide whether to keep funding organizations that help people enroll in health insurance through the ACA. More from the Wall Street Journal's Michelle Hackman.
President Trump's First Foreign Policy Crisis Proves a Vexing One. President Trump's First Foreign Policy Crisis Proves a Vexing One.
Fri, August, 11, 2017
Matt Mackowiak, Washington Times columnist, gives us some observations on Trump's first foreign policy crisis.