NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks with Dr. Deborah Osgood, President and CEO of Osgood Associates and a nationally recognized behavior expert about human behavior, oversexualization and self worth in a society heavily influenced by media and social media.
NewsCycle Reporter Alicia Preston speaks with Lulu Ramadan from the Palm Beach Post in Florida, Jana Allen from The Oklahoman in Oklahoma City, and Joe DiFazio from the Patriot Ledger from Massachusetts about sex trafficking in the United States.
NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks with Steve Friess, freelance writer in Michigan, Fran Maye, Editor of the Daily Local News in Pennsylvania, New Hampshire State Rep. Katherine Rogers and Lindsay Hamrick from the U.S. Humane Society about the use of fake service animals.
NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks with Jessica Wehrman of the Columbus Dispatch-Washington Bureau, Patrick O'Shea, Managing Editor of the Ellwood City Ledger and Andrew Caplan, reporter for the Gainesville Sun about cyber attacks and how they can be prevented.
NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks with Randy Ludlow of the Columbus Dispatch, Chuck Lindell from the Austin American Statesman and Cassie Buchman of the State Journal Register in Illinois about the changing tobacco laws.
NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks with Oklahoma storm chaser Ben Holcomb, Sheridan Hendrix of the Columbus Dispatch and GateHouse Media's Data Enterprise Reporter, Lucille Sherman, about the recent storms and tornadoes that devastated the mid-west.
NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks with Jack Torry, Washington Bureau Chief for the Columbus Dispatch, Gary Dinges, Director of National Content for GateHouse Media and reporter for the Hutchinson News, Chance Hoener about the U.S. trade war with China and who it affects.
NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks to Rick Holmes from GateHouse Media, Ed Pritchard from GateHouse Media Ohio, Andrew Caplin from the Gainesville Sun in Florida, Melissa Taboada from the Statesmen in Austin, Texas and Marsha Keefer from the Beacer County Times in Pennsylvania about the removal of confederate statues and banned books.
NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks with Jeff Chidester from iHeart Radio and the Portsmouth Herald, as well as Eliot Kleinberg of the Palm Beach Post and James Bennett from the Columbia Daily Herald about racism in America.
As we celebrate Easter on Sunday, NewsCycle reporter Alicia Preston speaks with Gregory Brown, a history professor at UNLV and John Howe, a medieval professor at Texas Tech about the burning of Notre Dame in France.
NewsCycle reporter Alicia Preston speaks with Chrstine Vendel of the Patriot News, JD Prose of the Beaver County Times, Allegheny Times and the Ellwood City Ledger, and Emily Pualwan, the CEO and Executive Director of HazingPrevention.org about hazing in American colleges.
NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks with Mary Huber of the Austin American Statesman, Kevin Haas from the Rockford Register Star and Karen Dandurant of the Portsmouth Herald about the measles outbreak and the vaccination debate.
NewsCycle host, Alicia Preston speaks with Elizabeth Meyer, reporter for the Hawkeye in Burlington Iowa and Paul Steinhauser, political reporter for Seacoastonline.com and a Fox News contributor about early campaigning and what the voters are looking for.
NewsCycle host, Alicia Preston, speaks with Tim Carpenter from the Topeka Capital Journal, Howard Altschiller, Executive Editor with Seacoast Media Group and Ben Pounds from the Oak Ridger in Tennessee about the death penalty and the possibility of abolishing capital punishment in America.
NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks with Mary Whitfill of the Patriot Ledger, Kristen Young of the Cape Cod Times, Susan Spencer of the Worcester Telegram and Gazette and Jay Powell of the Columbia Daily Herald about vaping and vaping regulations.
NewsCycle host Alicia Preston speaks with Seacoast Sports Weekly co-host John Doyle, based in New England and sports editor Ryne Dennis of the Athens Banner-Herald about what to expect in Super Bowl 53.