Whether you're planning a spring break getaway or holing up at home, you'll be hit by rising prices. Beef, milk, gas, airline travel, and even a ticket to Disney World will cost you more than they did last year.
Can you survive on $7.25 an hour? The minimum wage today buys 20 percent less than what it did 50 years ago. President Obama hopes to raise it to $10.10 an hour but some are saying raising the minimum wage will hurt the very people it is supposed to help.
A college degree is worth it, more so today than ever before. Rana Foroohar tells Christine Romans about a six-year high school that’s backed by IBM and can guarantee job opportunities for its students.
1.3 million Americans are waiting for Congress to restore extended unemployment benefits. Christine Romans examines the arguments on both sides of the politicized debate.
This November cars sold at a swifter pace than they had in more than 6 years. Christine Romans has the reasons behind this trend and whether or not it will continue.
The rollout of Obamacare’s health exchanges has been anything but smooth. But history shows that Obama isn’t the first president to encounter problems introducing public health programs. Christine Romans takes you back to the Johnson and Roosevelt eras for some historical perspective.
How sick is Obamacare? Depends on who you ask. Christine Romans shows you why Democrats and Republicans have such different treatment plans for the feverish health care program.
Can't reach the IT guy? Turns out he might be busy scrubbing porn off your boss's computer. And more in inappropriate movies: gun violence in PG-13 flicks has skyrocketed. The following edition of Money Time with Christine Romans has been approved for all audiences.
Gun sales, low wages, workers’ rights. Some of the most divisive issues in America all seem to have one thing in common – Wal-Mart. Christine Romans sits down with the CEO of the company’s U.S. Operations, Bill Simon, who recently announced thousands of new promotions for Wal-Mart employees.
Members of Congress grilled Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius about the disastrous rollout of healthcare.gov. The Congress members' bizarre questions made it clear that the hearing's purpose was more political theater than anything else. So stick this on your bumper: nuance is necessary.