Christine Romans turns the tables on the boss of every teacher in the country. So Education Secretary, how should teachers be paid?
Regardless of what side you're on, letting the government shut down is bad politics. Christine Romans and Fareed Zakaria discuss.
If the government shuts down, the kids won't be alright. Education Secretary Arne Duncan shares concerns with Christine Romans about how political infighting is jeopardizing the future of American children.
The fries are at Burger King, but the calories aren't. Have it your way, Apple. But, Blackberry, where's the beef? Christine Romans has this week's Money Time and, phew, it's a whopper.
A government shutdown won't stop Obamacare, no matter how long Ted Cruz reads "Green Eggs and Ham." Christine Romans lays out the facts, and Republican Senator Johnny Isakson explains why letting the government grind to a halt would be a big mistake.
The answer depends on your age, your income, and your address. Christine Romans checks the pulse of the Affordable Care Act.
How much do people know about benefits available to them under the Affordable Care Act? It turns out, not much. Zain Asher knocks on doors with volunteers trying to get the word out.
It's the biggest little word in economics and you might not even know what it means: taper. No fear, Christine Romans is here to breakdown the five-letter conundrum and reveal why the taper matters to your financial future.
In the aftermath of Navy Yard shooting this week, Christine Romans looks at a possible cause behind this and other tragedies: the state of mental health in America.
We've all heard warnings about a shutdown, but where would you feel it if the government grinds to a halt? Candy Crowley and Mohamed El-Erian join Christine Romans.