Ali Velshi asks Peter Morici and Robert Reich if the President's jobs plan would reduce unemployment and keep the U.S. from sliding into a recession in 2012.
Christine Romans asks Peter Morici, Jeanne Sahadi, and Nomi Prins if the spending cuts in President Obama's debt reduction plan are in the interest of the economy...or just politics.
Roland Martin tells Christine Romans that education is the fundamental issue affecting unemployment among African Americans.
Ali Velshi asks Coca Cola CEO Muhtar Kent what it will take to encourage businesses to expand and hire.
Christine Romans talks Facebook with Richard Quest and Richard Florida, and why users all over the world are irked by new changes to the site.
Richard Quest tells Christine Romans that fears are growing about European defaults and the effects that would have on the U.S.
Will Cain, Roland Martin and Ben White tell Christine Romans that Republicans and Democrats may find common ground, but the jobs plan has virtually no chance of passing in its current form.
Candy Crowley tells Christine Romans that the U.S. has become skeptical of Washington and President Obama's ability to fix the economy.
Diane Swonk, Greg Valliere and Roland Martin weigh in with Christine Romans on Presidential candidate Rick Perry's comments calling Social Security a "Ponzi scheme" and "a monstrous lie."
Cantor Fitzgerald lost 658 of its 960 New York-based employees. The company's relief fund has helped beneficiaries financially and emotionally. Ali Velshi reports.