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Flight delays and cancellations will likely impact millions of Christmas travelers. Flight delays and cancellations will likely impact millions of Christmas travelers.
Fri, December, 23, 2022
Insider's aviation reporter Taylor Rains details how flight delays and cancellations will cause Christmas travelers to change their holiday plans.
Major storm poses biggest test for Texas grid since Uri killed 246 Major storm poses biggest test for Texas grid since Uri killed 246
Fri, December, 23, 2022
How will Texas prepare for this season's snowstorm after dealing with Winter Storm Uri in 2021? The Washington Examiner's Breanne Deppisch explains how this year's storm could impact the state.
How badly will the Christmas week storm mess up holiday plans? How badly will the Christmas week storm mess up holiday plans?
Thu, December, 22, 2022
In a live interview with This Morning's Gordon Deal, The Weather Channel's Jonathan Erdman goes over how the upcoming storm will impact the Christmas weekend.
Who's Getting a Car for Christmas? Ask the People Who Sell Giant Bows Who's Getting a Car for Christmas? Ask the People Who Sell Giant Bows
Thu, December, 22, 2022
Giant bows can play a role in receiving a car as a Christmas gift. The Wall Street Journal's Joe Pinsker has more on this interesting story.
What happened to Biden's free college plan? Cutting cost of higher ed out of Feds' reach What happened to Biden's free college plan? Cutting cost of higher ed out of Feds' reach
Thu, December, 22, 2022
Joe Biden's free college plan has not happened at all during his presidential term. USA Today's Chris Quintana explains why this plan fell through.
Why Hanukkah movies and TV shows are becoming more popular Why Hanukkah movies and TV shows are becoming more popular
Thu, December, 22, 2022
MarketWatch's Charles Passy talks about how Hanukkah TV shows and movies are now becoming the new favorites to watch this holiday season.
Employer-funded health insurance to rise by 5.4% in 2023 Employer-funded health insurance to rise by 5.4% in 2023
Wed, December, 21, 2022
Gordon Deal interviews Paul Seegert from PCS Advisers to discuss employer-funded health insurance rising in 2023.
There's a Reason You Feel Lonely During the Holidays (and You're Not Alone) There's a Reason You Feel Lonely During the Holidays (and You're Not Alone)
Wed, December, 21, 2022
The holiday season not bringing you any cheer? The Wall Street Journal's Elizabeth Bernstein details how someone may feel unhappy or depressed during the holidays.
Why parents are struggling to get hospital beds for kids with flu and RSV Why parents are struggling to get hospital beds for kids with flu and RSV
Wed, December, 21, 2022
Children getting sick are not the main reason why parents don't have their child in hospital beds. The Washington Post's Christopher Rowland explains the hospital bed shortage.
Buy now, pay later vs. credit cards - which one is better for you? Buy now, pay later vs. credit cards - which one is better for you?
Wed, December, 21, 2022
MarketWatch's Leslie Albrecht weighs out the pros & cons between the buy now, pay later payment plan and using credit cards when making purchases.
Only 1 in 5 employees are engaged at work Only 1 in 5 employees are engaged at work
Fri, December, 16, 2022
Why are 80% of employees disengaged at their job? Career strategist Julie Bauke goes over the reasons with This Morning's Gordon Deal.
Democrats look to protect fertility treatments in post-Roe era Democrats look to protect fertility treatments in post-Roe era
Fri, December, 16, 2022
Axios healthcare reporter Oriana Gonzalez explains why Democrats are making big steps towards protecting fertility treatments.
Liberals struggle to find viable Twitter alternative after Musk takeover Liberals struggle to find viable Twitter alternative after Musk takeover
Fri, December, 16, 2022
The Hill's Daniel De Vise details why left-leaning Liberals are having difficulty finding other news sources geared towards them on Twitter.
Billions for Ukraine is the deal of the century Billions for Ukraine is the deal of the century
Fri, December, 16, 2022
Gordon Deal interviews Yahoo! Finance's Rick Newman about Congress dealing with President Biden's request for $38 billion to aid Ukraine.
Here's what it takes to be a World Cup referee Here's what it takes to be a World Cup referee
Thu, December, 15, 2022
Washington Post's Kelyn Soong joins This Morning to tell you how anyone can become a World Cup referee after going through certain fitness tests.
Smartphone Tips to Avoid Tipsy Texting and Posting Over the Holidays Smartphone Tips to Avoid Tipsy Texting and Posting Over the Holidays
Thu, December, 15, 2022
This Morning's Gordon Deal interviews the Wall Street Journal's Dalvin Brown about how to avoid sending those regretting texts & photos during the holiday season.
FTX Founder's Quick Arrest Highlights Faster Pace of White-Collar Prosecutions FTX Founder's Quick Arrest Highlights Faster Pace of White-Collar Prosecutions
Thu, December, 15, 2022
Sam Bankman-Fried's arrest has federal prosecutors quickening their pace in white-collar prosecutions. Wall Street Journal's Ben Foldy speaks to This Morning's Gordon Deal on how the FTX founder's arrest led to more prosecutions at a faster rate.
Republicans Fear Trump Civil War Could Cost Them in 2024 Republicans Fear Trump Civil War Could Cost Them in 2024
Thu, December, 15, 2022
Democrats have a big chance to control the White House by 2024 because Republican pro & anti Trump supporters are disagreeing with each other. GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak explains how Republicans are at a major disadvantage.
Hopes Fade for Year-End Tax Deal in Congress to Aid Companies, Children Hopes Fade for Year-End Tax Deal in Congress to Aid Companies, Children
Wed, December, 14, 2022
Chances are that a bipartisan agreement on a tax deal will not be reached. Wall Street Journal's Richard Rubin speaks to Gordon Deal on the issue.
'The situation in the hospitals is grim': States face brutal virus fallout 'The situation in the hospitals is grim': States face brutal virus fallout
Wed, December, 14, 2022
Winter has been brutal for many people battling illnesses, including COVID-19. POLITICO's Megan Messerly explains how hospitals are in a tough situation this season.
How Long Should Powell Keep Raising Interest Rates? Fed Officials Are Divided How Long Should Powell Keep Raising Interest Rates? Fed Officials Are Divided
Wed, December, 14, 2022
What should Fed chair Jerome Powell's next move be? Nick Timiraos from the Wall Street Journal gives a look.
'A New Era of Diagnosis for Alzheimer's Disease': Scientists Study Blood Tests for Dementia 'A New Era of Diagnosis for Alzheimer's Disease': Scientists Study Blood Tests for Dementia
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Scientists are studying blood tests for patients with dementia. Ken Alltucker of USA Today shares the story.
After Leak of Roe v. Wade Opinion, Parties make Dueling Bets on Power of Abortion Issue After Leak of Roe v. Wade Opinion, Parties make Dueling Bets on Power of Abortion Issue
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Aaron Zitner from Wall Street Journal breaks down the two parties discussing the power of abortion issue.
When Student Loan Debt Paused, These Borrowers Kept Playing When Student Loan Debt Paused, These Borrowers Kept Playing
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Rather than skipping payments during the Biden administration's student-loan freeze, a small but committed percentage of borrowers chose to keep paying anyway. Julia Carpenter from Wall Street Journal has the details.
Not There Yet: Pro-lifers Subdued Despite Promise of Biggest Victory in Movement's History Not There Yet: Pro-lifers Subdued Despite Promise of Biggest Victory in Movement's History
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Valerie Richardson of the Washington Times discusses with Gordon Deal about leaked Supreme Court draft striking down Roe v. Wade.