American politicians often call the U.S. an exceptional country. But when it comes to action in Syria, does America really want to stand out from the rest of the world? Russian President Vladimir Putin says no and calls American exceptionalism dangerous. Christine Romans asks how special we really are.
Workers at Victoria's Secret have fought for higher wages. And speaking of fights and women's underwear...James Bond seems to have forgotten his submarine car in a storage locker in Long Island. Agent Romans serves your weekly dose of Money Time, shaken, not stirred.
Reactions to the new iPhone 5C and 5S have been mixed, but the fingerprint sensor has grabbed everyone's attention. Christine Romans talks to Zain Asher about how secure the new gadget will be.
It's football season, which means fans will be sacked with $100 tickets and $9 beers. But that's pee-wee compared to what Floyd Mayweather is bringing home. Christine Romans knocks out the numbers.
Five years ago banks were failing. Congress bailed them out, and set up measures to prevent round two. Christine Romans asks: is your money really any safer today?
Whether they flunked or passed, they all took a crash course in crisis economics. Zain Asher takes a look at where the heavy hitters from the financial crisis are now.
Mortgage rates are historically low, but not everyone can take advantage. Christine Romans reports on why mortgage rates of the past could cost opportunities in the future.