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CNBC's Brian Shactman reports on tonight's latest news headlines, including Apple unveiling its iOS 6 and Chrysler's recall plans.
Despite thousands of speeches and interviews, modern presidential campaigns can often be won and lost because of one simple slip-up caught on camera. Former Governor Howard Dean (D-VT) and Sean Spicer from The Republican National Committee, discuss how these memorable moments impacted political leaders' run in office.
Anticipation for the Greek's upcoming election looms over the markets. CNBC's Simon Hobbs; Charles Dallara, Institute of International Finance and House Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R), discuss the fight to fix Europe.
Depending on what degree the European crisis hits U.S. exports, and depending on the severity of the so-called fiscal cliff, the U.S. GDP could face a huge decrease. Sam Seder, "Majority Report" host; Tony Fratto, former White House deputy press secretary; Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post; and CNBC's John Harwood, offer insight.
House Speaker John Boehner discusses President Obama's policies, the crisis in Europe and the potential fiscal cliff. "The President's policies have failed, and as a result, he has turned to the politics of envy and divide," says Boehner, and he also explains why he thinks "extending all of the current tax rates would be the first big step in the right direction."
With the so-called fiscal cliff quickly approaching, why is "team Obama" unable to get anything accomplished with Congress? Erskine Bowles, former Clinton chief of staff and former Obama fiscal commission co-chair, weighs in.
The "Mad Money" host talks about how the action overseas impacted the U.S. stock market all day long.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush (R) discusses the state of U.S. debt, the political impact of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's win, and President Obama's leadership performance.
Former President Bill Clinton helped raise more than $3 million last night in New York City for President Obama's re-election campaign. He speaks with CNBC's Maria Bartiromo about President Obama's relationship with Wall Street.
Artur Davis, former Alabama Congressman (D), discusses comments made by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) on "preposterous claims that Republicans are rooting for failure;" and also his intentions to now vote for Romney.
President Obama addresses today's weak jobs report amid an economy that "is still fighting [its] way back from the great recession." I place my bets on American workers and American businesses any day of the week," he says, "and my message to Congress is now is not the time to play politics [and sit on your hands]."
CNBC's John Harwood reports President Obama signs the reauthorization of the U.S. Export-Import Bank bill, which provides about $32 billion per year in loans to fuel exports.
For every Michael Jordan, there are dozens who have just a brief moment in the sun. Read ahead to see athletes who faded away after their 15 minutes of fame.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on the details of a NBC/WSJ poll on same-sex marriage, saying 54% would support same-sex marriage in their state.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on JPMorgan's Senate hearing for its giant trading loss. The SEC's Mary Schapiro told lawmakers that the individual investors should have confidence in the markets.
President Obama speaks on NATO's latest efforts to "wind down the forces in Afghanistan" at the NATO Summit in Chicago. "We will leave Chicago with a clear road map, and our coalition is committed to a plan to bring our war in Afghanistan to a responsible end," he says.
Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities senior fellow and CNBC's Rick Santelli, debate over the government's role in JPMorgan's $2 billion trading loss.
President Obama is meeting with Congressional leaders and pressing them for action on a bipartisan approach to tackling the deficit and job growth, reports CNBC's John Harwood.
A new crop of graduates is about to flood not just the job market, but the rental market. So where will the new grads move? Here's a list of the best cities for recent college grads.
Former White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley shares his take on JPMorgan's trading loss and the DOJ's announcement it intends to investigate the company. "I think Jamie [Dimon] has done a great job, and I don't think we should trivialize the complexity and the seriousness of the banking business," he says.