This Morning With Gordon Deal

This Morning With Gordon Deal

Wake-up with America's first news - Host Gordon Deal goes beyond the headlines with the day's first look at news and business news from the U.S. and around the world; bringing a lively blend of intelligent information, humor, and expert analysis to morning radio.

Episodes

March 2, 2024
What are some ways parents can calm their kids' financial fears, why the long-term success of weight-loss drugs may depend on exercise, and these dudes want to clean your pool.
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Congress passes bill to avert Government shutdown, 112 killed in Gaza food aid carnage, and smart financial moves to make for March.
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Mitch McConnell to step down as Senate GOP leader after 2024 election, Supreme Court to decide on Trump immunity claim, and 'leaplings' mark their day.
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President Biden and Donald Trump cruise to Michigan primary victories, massive wildfires burning in Texas Panhandle, and why women often get colder than men.
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President Biden hopes cease-fire, hostage deal to pause Israel-Hamas war can take effect by next Monday, lawmakers race to avoid looming shutdown as blame game begins, and NYC medical school goes tuition-free after billion-dollar donation.
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U.S. Air Force member sets himself on fire outside Israeli embassy in Washington, D.C., Haley to stay in GOP race, and exercising just once a week can help you lose weight.
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The mother who became the face of hostage advocacy, why divorce parties are on the rise, and how did your dog get on the no-fly list.
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Navalny family meets with President Biden, 4 charged in transporting suspected Iranian-made weapons, and is it too late to book my spring break trip.
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President Biden looking into plan that could restrict asylum claims, another Government shutdown is on the horizon, and bonding over open-heart surgeries.
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Body of missing Texas girl Audrii Cunningham, 11, found in river, scientists turn to science-fiction to save the planet, and a secret text code can help loved ones in an emergency.
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Flooding feared as atmospheric river continues to batter Southern California, Nikki Haley is sharpening contrasts with Donald Trump in the South Carolina primary's closing days, and Navy wife surprises husband with newborn girl.
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Navalny's body reportedly found with signs of bruising, California again braces for flooding as another wet winter storm hits the state, and what to know about world cruises.
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Have youth fundraisers gone too far, how can you use breathing to destress, and moviegoers are shocked to find out major films are really musicals.
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Prosecutor Fani Willis defends herself in dramatic hearing, dispute involving juvenile suspects led to Chiefs Super Bowl rally shooting, and smart tech tips.
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Mass shooting near Kansas City Super Bowl rally kills one, wounds over 20, Israel pulls out of truce talks in Cairo, and be careful of what you are posting on social media because these 6 things could get you into trouble.
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Republican-led House impeaches Alejandro Mayorkas, Democrats flip GOP seat in Congress, and newlyweds adopt cat who crashed wedding after venue assists in adoption.
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Former-President Trump asks Supreme Court to intervene on immunity claim, President Biden says he is pushing for six-week Gaza pause, and here's how to keep your cool on the job.
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Israeli forces rescue two hostages in dramatic Gaza raid, what's next for Biden after damning special counsel report and how the Kansas City Chiefs broke two longstanding sports jinxes.
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How loyalty died in the American workplace, are Super Bowl commercials worth it, and how to build the perfect beer lineup for your 2024 Super Bowl party.
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Supreme Court likely to restore Donald Trump's ballot eligibility, Senate advances $95 billion Ukraine, Israel aid bill, and how weed affects your workout.
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