Both presidential candidates promise no tax increases on the middle class. Will Cain tells Christine Romans and Bob Herbert why the middle class needs to pay up to attack the deficit.
Most of the ads you see from Mitt Romney and President Obama bend the truth. Political psychologist Jonathan Haidt tells Christine Romans why politicians can't just be honest.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are competing for the middle class vote. Christine Romans explains why middle class votes in swing states are especially important.
Kevin Hassett argues Pres. Obama could have done more to fix fiscal problems. David Gergen questions what Romney will do if elected.
PIMCO CEO Mohamed El-Erian says Mitt Romney will have a tough time creating all the jobs he's promised, but Stephen Moore thinks Mitt Romney can exceed his own estimate.
Kevin Hassett, an economic adviser to the Romney campaign, argues that lowering taxes helps increase economic growth.
Obama and Romney have differing views on the Bush tax cuts. Ali Velshi and Christine Romans analyze the arguments.
Former Congressman Lee Hamilton and CNN's Ali Velshi search for solutions to Washington's partisanship.
Richard Quest says that the U.S. economy will likely worsen while Neel Kashkari says the Greeks need to put out their own fire once and for all.
CNN's Will Cain tells Ali Velshi that a President Romney could convince Congress to pass infrastructure spending and tax cuts.