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

April 16, 2021
8 killed in mass shooting at FedEx warehouse in Indianapolis, what does the latest economic data tell us about the recovery, and despite his Parkinson's disease, this man aims to hike the entire Appalachian Trail.
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The officer who killed Daunte Wright charged with second-degree manslaughter, experts battle it out in the trial of Derek Chauvin, and short shorts for men.
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Police Chief, officer resign in wake of Daunte Wright killing, what could be the ripple effects of the J&J vaccine rollout pause, and 6-year-old gets hero's welcome back to school after completing cancer treatment.
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In Knoxville school shooting, student Is killed after firing on police, CDC chief says Michigan should shut things down, and Americans' streaming habits reflect what life will sound like after the pandemic.
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Severe storms in the South leave at least 3 dead, thousands without power in Florida, protests erupt after police fatally shoot black man in traffic stop near Minneapolis, and New Jersey server receives almost $2G after customer refuses to tip over pandemic rules.
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How the pandemic inoculations were pulled off, moving forward after a loss, and welcome back to the barbershop.
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President Biden outlines new gun-control measures, Texas mass shooting leaves at least one dead, others seriously injured, and Florida man drives lawn mower across state on mission to help Habitat for Humanity.
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President Biden to unveil gun restrictions, lawyers in Derek Chauvin's trial argue over George Floyd's words, and Texas man runs from Disneyland to Disney World.
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President Biden says all U.S. adults should be eligible for vaccine by April 19, Derek Chauvin murder-trial testimony focuses on police training, and gift card scams are on the rise.
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Derek Chauvin violated department policies, Minneapolis Police Chief says, GOP sharpens criticism of corporate pushback on GOP voting laws, and tales from the Men's NCAA tournament bubble.
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Republicans mobilize for showdown against infrastructure bill, job growth looks take off, and Gonzaga-Baylor is finally happening.
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Why ships keep crashing, can being stressed be good for your health, and here come the cicadas.
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Supervisor says in trial that Derek Chauvin used force longer than necessary, nobody wants to pay for Biden's build-everything plan, and apps and services helping young stock buyers think long term.
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What's in Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure, Derek Chauvin defends actions with George Floyd at trial, and toilet paper prices to rise.
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Witnesses in Derek Chauvin trial recount toll of George Floyd's final minutes, journalists allowed inside facility for migrant children at US-Mexico, and Girl Scout breaks cookie-selling record with more than 30,000 boxes sold.
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President Joe Biden pushes mask mandate, trial of Derek Chauvin in George Floyd's death opens with clash over evidence, and Texas dog helped fight off knife-wielding home intruder.
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Jury to hear opening arguments in Derek Chauvin trial for George Floyd's death, ship blocking Suez Canal is mostly freed, and pets and pet spending during the Pandemic.
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How sports helped with the pandemic, why NFT's are the hottest thing in collectibles, and two accidents that nearly killed her motivated this woman to make a 2,190-mile solo hike.
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At least 5 dead as multiple tornadoes pummel Alabama, Democrats face questions over agenda, and some yearn for their commutes after a year of working from home.
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Boulder shooting sparks calls for gun control, North Korea fires ballistic missiles for first time in nearly a year, and 12-year-old donates 200 laptops to students through GoFundMe.
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