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.
Mick Mulvaney flip-flops on reason Ukraine aid was delayed, Turkey agrees to pause military operations in Northern Syria, and missing Australian woman found in outback after 'SOS' message is spotted on security camera.
Rough transcript shows Trump pressed Ukraine to look into Joe Biden and son, why the impeachment inquiry is already on shaky ground, and dog that lived at shelter for over 400 days finally gets adopted after Kansas man moves in.
Judge rules against Johnson & Johnson in landmark opioid case in Oklahoma, President Trump gambles that China trade war will pay off in 2020, and 8-year-old boy consoles crying classmate with autism on first day of school.
U.S. attorney general shakes up prison bureau after Epstein death, White House makes a contingency plan for a recession, and Ohio boy makes big donation to St. Jude after winning $15,000 at county fair.
Why facial recognition tech is coming to schools and summer camps, how to know what the best colleges really are, and the heroes and heartwarming stories that emerged from the tragedies in El Paso and Dayton.
President Trump visits mass shooting victims while protesters demand action, how small dollars could be a big deal for Republican political candidates, and why college rankings shouldn't always be taken at face value.
The death toll from the weekend's mass shootings rises while President Trump vows action, the science behind why so many parents leave their kids behind in hot cars and the questions you need to ask your bank before trusting it with your personal data.
Wealthy parents transfer guardianship of their teens to get college aid, how college football powerhouses are taking on the future of attendance, and how did YouTube become the most popular music streaming site.
Biden, Harris weather attacks in combative debate, 66 people sent for medical attention after ExxonMobil refinery explosion in Texas, and how do Federal Reserve interest rate changes affect your finances.
President Trump doubles down as lawmakers blast his 'racist' attacks, three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field, and the most and least stressed cities in America.