Prof. Alan Blinder explains the mission of the Federal Reserve and what it has done to try and repair the U.S. economy.
Pres. Obama would still face a dysfunctional congress and economic turmoil abroad in a second term. Robert Reich explains what he thinks would be different in the next four years.
Mitt Romney says he can create 12 million new jobs in four years. Vin Weber tells Ali Velshi how and why he thinks this could be accomplished.
Ali Velshi and Richard Quest disagree over what threatens the American economy more.
Vast resources are being committed to infrastructure development in China. Stephen Leeb explains how this could be a long-term investment opportunity.
Sheila Bair points a finger at Washington and Wall Street for mistakes during the financial crisis, and explains how we could be facing another money meltdown.
T. Boone Pickens and Ali Velshi speak about the road to energy independence in the U.S through natural gas.
Ali Velshi breaks down Gov. Mitt Romney's tax plan. Kevin Hassett explains how the Romney campaign believes it will generate economic growth.
Kevin Hassett and Stephen Moore predict how the U.S. economy will look like in four years if Mitt Romney is elected.
Christine Romans breaks down President Obama and Mitt Romney's plans for scaling back the $16 trillion national debt.