Is postponing an attack on Syria putting American political dysfunction on display to the rest of the world? John Berman asks Christiane Amanpour how squabbling in Washington could hurt American interests abroad.
August's jobs report: the good, the bad, and the labor force participation rate. The big numbers are on track, but Alison Kosik reveals that these stats aren't pretty, especially for the Americans who have dropped out of the labor force completely.
Forget half-court shots - you've never seen a basketball swish like this. And forget alcohol too—marijuana advocates say Broncos players should smoke pot instead. Get in the huddle with John Berman for The Score.
Oil prices are at a two-year high as investors worry about a U.S. strike in Syria and ongoing turmoil in the middle east. John Berman explains why the U.S. is more prepared to deal with supply disruptions than it was in 2003.
Whether you're watching this on the newest iPhone, an old Nokia, or even your watch, John Berman fills you in on what matters to your money this week.
They are the biggest issues in your life: Your job, your savings, your home, and your debt. Christine Romans breaks down the business news of the week and shows you how it impacts your bottom line. Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. ET
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