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This Southern Town Was Growing So Fast, It Passed a Ban on Growth This Southern Town Was Growing So Fast, It Passed a Ban on Growth
Mon, February, 17, 2020
Valerie Bauerlein of The Wall Street Journal explains why the small southern town of Lake Wylie, South Carolina has banned new construction for 16 months.
Facebook Clashes with Election Officials Behind the Scenes Over Policies, Misinformation Facebook Clashes with Election Officials Behind the Scenes Over Policies, Misinformation
Mon, February, 17, 2020
Brett Murphy from USA Today examines the battles between election officials and Facebook over the social media platform's unwillingness to remove false information from its site.
How Elizabeth Warren stumbled in New Hampshire and her plan for 'the long haul' How Elizabeth Warren stumbled in New Hampshire and her plan for 'the long haul'
Mon, February, 17, 2020
Joey Garrison from USA Today previews Elizabeth Warren's plans to rebound in the Democratic primaries after earning just nine percent of the vote in New Hampshire.
WEEKEND PREVIEW - Rutgers Is Actually Good at Basketball. No, Really WEEKEND PREVIEW - Rutgers Is Actually Good at Basketball. No, Really
Fri, February, 14, 2020
Laine Higgins from the Wall Street Journal and college basketball superfan Jennifer Kushinka take a deep dive into how Rutgers turned around its basketball team.
Bernie Sanders is the front-runner-but a weak one Bernie Sanders is the front-runner-but a weak one
Fri, February, 14, 2020
National Journal's Josh Kraushaar has a look at how Democrats plan to deal with having a weak front runner.
Moderate Democrats Stress Over Crowded Center Lane Moderate Democrats Stress Over Crowded Center Lane
Fri, February, 14, 2020
Moderate Democrats are not sure what to do with a front running Bernie Sanders. Natalie Andrews from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
The Weirdest Subway Restaurant in America The Weirdest Subway Restaurant in America
Wed, February, 12, 2020
Byron Tau from the Wall Street Journal explains why you'll need special security clearance to eat at this Subway restaurant.
Supreme Court picks a top issue for Democratic primary voters Supreme Court picks a top issue for Democratic primary voters
Wed, February, 12, 2020
The Supreme Court has become a top issue from primary voters. Emily Larsen from the Washington Examiner has the story.
Pete Buttigieg Stakes Out a Unique Space in the Democratic Field Pete Buttigieg Stakes Out a Unique Space in the Democratic Field
Wed, February, 12, 2020
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss where Pete Buttigieg finds himself in a crowded Democratic field.
Move aside, Google Maps, Apple Maps and GPS: Why people still love their paper maps Move aside, Google Maps, Apple Maps and GPS: Why people still love their paper maps
Tue, February, 11, 2020
Ed Baig from USA Today says the paper map is standing its ground in the digital age.
Democrats see chances rising for brokered convention Democrats see chances rising for brokered convention
Tue, February, 11, 2020
Will we see a brokered convention? Jonathan Easley from The Hill takes us behind the scenes.
'Straight out of House of Cards' 'Straight out of House of Cards'
Tue, February, 11, 2020
David Siders from POLITICO and Gordon Deal try to see through the chaos and find out what is going on with the Democratic primaries.
How Did The Iowa App Developer Let It Crash? How Did The Iowa App Developer Let It Crash?
Mon, February, 10, 2020
Author/App Expert Lyra Logan explains how the voting app designed for the Iowa Caucuses crashed, subsequently creating the chaos that ensued.
Millennials are stashing money away earlier than Gen Xers and Baby Boomers Millennials are stashing money away earlier than Gen Xers and Baby Boomers
Mon, February, 10, 2020
Millennials often get a reputation for spending too much and not saving enough, but USA Today's Jessica Menton tells us how they are saving much earlier for retirement than their elders did.
Trump Wants a Referendum on the Economy--and Sanders May Give It To Him Trump Wants a Referendum on the Economy--and Sanders May Give It To Him
Mon, February, 10, 2020
Could President Trump be the moderate when it comes to the economy if Senator Sanders is the one to oppose him in the 2020 Election? The WSJ's Greg Ip tells us why.
Defense industry 'report card' finds that U.S. lags on cybersecurity Defense industry 'report card' finds that U.S. lags on cybersecurity
Mon, February, 10, 2020
Ben Wolfgang of the Washington Times poses the question of how can the U.S. improve on a lagging cybersecurity department in the Defense industry.
Biden and Warren Seek Revival, With Two Very Different Strategies Biden and Warren Seek Revival, With Two Very Different Strategies
Fri, February, 7, 2020
After underwhelming performances in the Iowa caucuses, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren are hoping to rally ahead of New Hampshire. The NYT's Katie Glueck tells us they are both pursuing bold strategies to get back into the race.
The Memes That Make or Break the Oscars The Memes That Make or Break the Oscars
Fri, February, 7, 2020
With the Oscars coming up, WSJ's John Jurgensen explores the two types of audiences that enjoy the show, along with the social media memes that inevitably flow from them.
Charm, patience, and Twitter tactics: How Trump, McConnell kept GOP in line on impeachment Charm, patience, and Twitter tactics: How Trump, McConnell kept GOP in line on impeachment
Fri, February, 7, 2020
USA Today's John Fritze explains what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and President Trump did to rally the Republicans together in the Senate during the impeachment trial.
Romney faces awkwardness, 'abuse' for defying Trump on impeachment Romney faces awkwardness, 'abuse' for defying Trump on impeachment
Fri, February, 7, 2020
Mitt Romney was the lone Republican Senator to vote in favor of removing President Trump from office. Now, Ledyard King of USA Today recounts the long-winding, unpredictable relationship between Romney and Trump, and explains what lies ahead for the Utah Senator.
How to Handle Air Travel During the Coronavirus Outbreak How to Handle Air Travel During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Thu, February, 6, 2020
Start by consistently washing your hands. Then, Scott McCartney of the WSJ details what other precautions to take when traveling amidst the Coronavirus outbreak.
Why the Iowa caucuses app failed Why the Iowa caucuses app failed
Thu, February, 6, 2020
USA Today's Mike Snider describes the issues that caused the chaos in the Iowa caucuses. Was there outside interference?
What can Congress get done in an election year with impeachment finally behind it? What can Congress get done in an election year with impeachment finally behind it?
Thu, February, 6, 2020
Congressman Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA) forecasts what progress we can expect after President Trump's acquittal in the impeachment trial, and discusses which deals are the most important to make.
Has President Trump Been Hurt or Helped by Impeachment? Has President Trump Been Hurt or Helped by Impeachment?
Wed, February, 5, 2020
Jim Antle from The American Conservative analyzes the impact of the impeachment trial on President Trump's favorability.
Does Your Razor Need a Gender? Does Your Razor Need a Gender?
Wed, February, 5, 2020
Ellen Byron from The Wall Street Journal explains why more companies are releasing gender-neutral toiletries and skincare products.