Republicans attacking Janet Yellen should be careful what they wish for, says Larry Kudlow.» Read More
Marc Ginsberg, former US Ambassador, explains why Assad's firing SCUD missiles into rebel-held territory in his own country. It may not be long before he uses chemical weapons against his own people, he says. Syria has the largest stockpile of chemical weapons in the Middle East, outside of Iran.
After more than a decade of denials, disgraced U.S. cyclist Lance Armstrong is coming clean, with NBC's Jay Gray. Michael Rosenberg, Sports Illustrated, and Andrew Stoltmann, attorney, weigh in.
Arthur Hogan, Lazard Capital Markets, and Michael Ozanian, Forbes magazine, attempt to make sense of why the market had an up, then down, reaction to Ben Bernanke today.
Gov. Tom Corbett has a secret weapon when it comes to economic growth but now it's facing a serious challenge.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks back at the Dealbook "Opportunities for Tomorrow" conference in New York. Goldman Sachs' Lloyd Blankfein and JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon both encouraged the government to get its act together to move beyond the "fiscal cliff."
Universal background checks are expected to top the list of President's gun proposals, with CNBC's Eamon Javers.
John Tamny, Forbes Opinions and RealClearMarkets, offers his opinion of the Fed chairman's latest move.
The House is voting right now to provide aid to victims of superstorm Sandy. CNBC's Eamon Javers has details.
A number of Senate Democrats are against a particular provision in Obamacare that will tax medical equipment. Igor Volsky, ThinkProgress, and Guy Benson, Townhall.com, discuss.
Jim Demint, former Senator (R-SC), tells CNBC's Larry Kudlow that people need to see that conservative ideas are working.
Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) talks about the "fiscal cliff" negotiations and the differences between the White House and Congress. Hensarling also addresses what he believes is the real impact of Dodd-Frank and the regulatory burden it will place on banks.
The House of Representatives on Tuesday approved $50.5 billion in long-delayed federal disaster aid to victims of Superstorm Sandy, but not before Republicans flexed their budget-cutting muscle to strike some spending provisions.
Larry Kudlow reports the latest details on a deadly shooting outside a mall near Portland, Oregon. And, Chris Edwards, CATO Institute, reveals the results of his recent tax policy study which shows thousands of new government employees are overpaid and work less compared to the private sector.
Although the debt ceiling debate has some nervous, others expressed optimism that the issue would be resolved in due time.
Andy Cross, Motley Fool chief investment officer, shares his take on where the markets are likely headed amid fiscal uncertainty.
Gold, more than any other commodity, has been tied the question of whether we will see a resolution to avert the "fiscal cliff."
Rep. Peter Roskam, (R-IL), discusses the latest negotiations on a "fiscal cliff" deal between the White House and Congress. Also, a look at the national implications of Michigan's new right-to-work law, with Robert Costa, National Review editor; and drilling down on the "fiscal cliff'," with Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and Kate Obenshain, "Divider-in-Chief" author.
Discussing President Obama's news conference today on the debt ceiling, with Blake Zeff, Former Obama Presidential Campaign aide; Kate Obenshain, author of "Divider-In-Chief;" and Robert Costa, National Review.
Sen. Jon Kyl, (R-AZ) weighs in on where "fiscal cliff" talks are likely headed. Also, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on a powerful explosion near a West Virginia nursing home.
It's been 1 month since the elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, reports NBC's Anne Thompson; and weighing in on the debate over banning assault weapons is Kate Obenshain, author of "Divider-In-Chief;" Robert Costa, National Review; Don Clark, Former FBI Special Agent; and Steven Greer, The Healthcare Channel CEO.