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Fiscal cliff negotiations between House Speaker Boehner and President Obama heat up, reports CNBC's John Harwood; and Democratic Strategist Jimmy Williams and Robert Costa of the National Review, weigh in. CNBC's Hampton Pearson also reports the NRA broke its silence on the Newtown tragedy.
The Longshoremen's Union may shut down ports from Maine to Texas, and the National Retail Federation is urging President Obama to intervene. Jonathan Gold, Supply Chain and Customs Policy for the NRF vice president, provides perspective.
Discussing the many factors moving the global markets, with Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust CIO, who discusses the fiscal cliff negotiations, the new Japanese government, and where the markets could move in 2013.
Examining the economic impact of going over the fiscal cliff, with Doug Holtz-Eakin, former Congressional Budget Office Director. "Politics are trumping the economics right now," he says.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports Cerberus Capital Management is selling its stake in The Freedom Group after one of that firms guns was used in the Connecticut school shootings; and Mary Ellen O'Toole, Retired Senior FBI Profiler, and Don Clark, Former FBI Special Agent, offer insight on what investigators know about Adam Lanza and what they're looking for in the case.
One couple spent their 60th honeymoon anniversary at the Waldorf-Astoria since the hotel honors the original room rate for milestone anniversaries, reports CNBC's Bertha Coombs.
Jack Gerard, American Petroleum Institute CEO and president, explains why he believes maintaining a free trade is critical to continued U.S. energy security.
NBC's Jay Gray reports from Newtown, Connecticut, where funerals are being held for some of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on the progress in Washington in the fiscal cliff negotiations; and how the talks are impacting the markets, with Brian Kelly of Shelter Harbor Capital. Also, breaking down Boehner's "plan b," with Karen Finney, Former DNC Communications Director and Sara Fagen, Former White House Political Director.
The tragedy of Sandy Hook has sent the stocks of gun makers plummeting, even as consumers appear to be flocking to buy new firearms.
The Dow jumped 100 points today on budget optimism. Jim Lacamp, Radio Talk Show Host, weighs in.
A House oversight report says the NLRB appear to have turned into a voice for unions. Rep. Darrell Issa, (R-CA), weighs in.
Larry Kudlow looks at a resurgent evangelical vote and why it may decide Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Ralph Reed, Century Strategies President & CEO, weighs in.
In a live report from Central Park, CNBC's Brian Shactman reveals late breaking details about the city's decision to cancel the NYC Marathon.
CNBC's John Harwood reports President Obama spoke positively after the jobs report was released today, and Mitt Romney expressed unemployment remains higher today than when Obama took office; and Ed Rogers, Barbour Griffith & Rogers, and Robert Shrum, Daily Beast Columnist, weigh in on the presidential race.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg endorses President Obama on the basis of climate change. Karen Finney, The Hill columnist, and Kellyanne Conway, The Polling Company president & CEO, provide perspective.
Regulators are meddling in technical definitions between a "hurricane" and a "tropical storm" when it comes to insurance deductibles, with Jim Whittle, Chief Claims Council at American Insurance Association.
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani tells Larry Kudlow that the nation will be dazzled by the way in which New York City emerges from Hurricane Sandy.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) said "Long Island Power Authority has had a very poor track record in just the area of restoring power." Clark Gellings, Electric Power Research Institute, weighs in.
NBC's Brian Williams reports from Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, on the destruction from Sandy there; and is there a way power companies can keep customers satisfied with their services despite outages? Thomas Kuhn, Edison Electric Institute president, provides perspective.