Higher mortgage rates don't sound like a good thing, but Christine Romans speaks with Jonathan Miller about why a rate hike could mean a healthier economy.
Carly Fiorina was the first woman to lead a Fortune 20 company. She sits down with Christine Romans to discuss taxes, same-sex marriage, and women in the workforce.
Paula Deen's empire is crumbling. Other celebrities have bounced back from scandals in the past, but can she? Christine Romans, Bob Zito, and Pamela Brown discuss.
Millions of people follow celebrities on Twitter. But are you reading genuine tweets, or expensive advertisements? Christine Romans sheds some light on celebrity Twitter endorsements.
Interest rates are set to double on July 1. Zain Asher explains what this means for college kids in a nation already loaded with student loan debt.
The public battle between ousted CEO George Zimmer and Men's Wearhouse, the company he founded, rages on. Christine Romans reports.
The Supreme Court's decision today is cause for celebration for married same-sex couples. These couples may feel even happier when they file their taxes. Christine Romans explains.
While the stock market gets the headlines, there's a much bigger story: the bond market. Christine Romans explains.
Former presidential adviser Glenn Hubbard says China's political and economic problems will keep the U.S. at the top of the economic power board.
A Boston contractor has an unusual problem: too much work. Zain Asher reports.