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Gas tax hikes pile up Gas tax hikes pile up
Thu, September, 24, 2020
Are we going to see a hike in gas taxes across the country? Tom Kloza from the Oil Price Information Service has a look.
Did the Breonna Taylor grand jury come to the correct decision? Did the Breonna Taylor grand jury come to the correct decision?
Thu, September, 24, 2020
Did the Breonna Taylor grand jury come to the correct decision? Attorney Eric Cedillo joins us with the latest.
Did the Breonna Taylor grand jury come to the correct decision? Did the Breonna Taylor grand jury come to the correct decision?
Thu, September, 24, 2020
Trial Attorney Byron Browne and Gordon Deal discuss the decision by a grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case.
Supreme Court expected to forge ahead with eight justices after Ginsburg's death Supreme Court expected to forge ahead with eight justices after Ginsburg's death
Wed, September, 23, 2020
Todd Ruger from Roll Call gives us a look at how the Supreme Court will handle things with only eight justices.
How will the SCOTUS fight affect the Trump & Senate campaigns? How will the SCOTUS fight affect the Trump & Senate campaigns?
Wed, September, 23, 2020
GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak and Gordon Deal discuss how replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg could affect upcoming elections.
Trump seeks to turn around campaign with Supreme Court fight Trump seeks to turn around campaign with Supreme Court fight
Wed, September, 23, 2020
President Trump seeks to turn around his campaign with the Supreme Court fight. Morgan Chalfant from The Hill has the story.
Biden courts veterans amid fallout from Trump military controversies Biden courts veterans amid fallout from Trump military controversies
Tue, September, 22, 2020
Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden is gaining momentum with military veterans. Julia Manchester from The Hill takes us behind the headline.
As Trump rushes to fill a court seat, conservative groups fear missteps As Trump rushes to fill a court seat, conservative groups fear missteps
Tue, September, 22, 2020
How will President Trump's rush to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat affect his standing with conservative groups? Gabby Orr from POLITICO has the story.
McConnell's vow on Trump's Supreme Court nominee faces obstacles McConnell's vow on Trump's Supreme Court nominee faces obstacles
Tue, September, 22, 2020
Alex Swoyer from the Washington Times breaks down the obstacles in the way of voting this year on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee.
The Election's Biggest Threat Is No Longer the Postal Service The Election's Biggest Threat Is No Longer the Postal Service
Mon, September, 21, 2020
Russell Berman from The Atlantic and Gordon Deal discuss how the Postal Service is no longer a 2020 election issue.
How does the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg impact the fate of Obamacare? How does the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg impact the fate of Obamacare?
Mon, September, 21, 2020
How does the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg impact the fate of Obamacare? Seth Denson from GDP Advisors has the story.
What's next for the Supreme Court after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg What's next for the Supreme Court after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Mon, September, 21, 2020
Brent Kendall from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look at what's next for the Supreme Court after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Many face mask mandates go unenforced as police feel political, economic pressure Many face mask mandates go unenforced as police feel political, economic pressure
Thu, September, 17, 2020
Many face mask mandates go unenforced. Kristine Phillips from USA Today has the story.
Biden's 'laid-back' schedule stands in contrast to Trump's with seven weeks left in election campaign Biden's 'laid-back' schedule stands in contrast to Trump's with seven weeks left in election campaign
Thu, September, 17, 2020
Naomi Lim from the Washington Examiner compares Joe Biden's "laid-back" schedule compares to President Trump's with seven weeks left in the campaign.
Assessing the damage from Hurricane Sally Assessing the damage from Hurricane Sally
Thu, September, 17, 2020
Sean Sullivan from WAVH-FM in Mobile, Alabama joins us with a look at the damage caused by Hurricane Sally.
Google exec on hot seat in Congress over advertising power Google exec on hot seat in Congress over advertising power
Wed, September, 16, 2020
Rachel Bovard from the Internet Accountability Project joined Gordon Deal to discuss Google's day in front of Congress.
Wildfires ignite Trump vs. Biden climate battle Wildfires ignite Trump vs. Biden climate battle
Wed, September, 16, 2020
The wildfires have shown contrasting views on climate change between the presidential candidates. Ben Geman from Axios has the story.
In Trump they trust: Economy keeps president competitive in swing states In Trump they trust: Economy keeps president competitive in swing states
Wed, September, 16, 2020
S.A. Miller from the Washington Times explains how the economy keeps President Trump competitive in swing states.
Yes, your dog can be allergic to your cat Yes, your dog can be allergic to your cat
Tue, September, 15, 2020
The Wall Street Journal's Hilary Potkewitz and Gordon Deal discuss what is going on with your pets.
How Biden's Tax Plan Might Affect Five American Households How Biden's Tax Plan Might Affect Five American Households
Tue, September, 15, 2020
How will Presidential candidate Joe Biden's tax plan affect American households? Richard Rubin from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Previewing this week's Fed meeting Previewing this week's Fed meeting
Tue, September, 15, 2020
Greg McBride from Bankrate.com gives us a preview of the upcoming Fed meeting.
The Already-Serious Opioid Crisis Has Intensified During the COVID-19 Pandemic The Already-Serious Opioid Crisis Has Intensified During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Mon, September, 14, 2020
Jon Kamp from The Wall Street Journal explains how the opioid crisis - which has faded from the forefront in recent months - has worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite Polls, GOP Hopes to Ride Voter Registration Surge in Pennsylvania Despite Polls, GOP Hopes to Ride Voter Registration Surge in Pennsylvania
Mon, September, 14, 2020
Although polls continue to show Joe Biden leading Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, the GOP is banking on a different number to carry Trump to 2020 victory: net voter registrations. Holly Otterbein has more.
Welcome to Outdoor Classrooms During a Pandemic...And Now for the Bad News Welcome to Outdoor Classrooms During a Pandemic...And Now for the Bad News
Mon, September, 14, 2020
In keeping with COVID safety measures, some schools have set up outdoor classrooms where kids can socially distance. Elisabeth Buchwald looks at the conflicting results of this new trend in education.
Why Wildfires Are So Bad This Year in California, Oregon, and Washington Why Wildfires Are So Bad This Year in California, Oregon, and Washington
Mon, September, 14, 2020
Jim Carlton from The Wall Street Journal details the reasons why the wildfires across the western U.S. have been especially devastating this year.