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.
Once again, the country is teetering on the edge of government shutdown. Lack of compromise in Washington has put us here before. Christine Romans looks back to the shutdown of 1995 to see what the worst case scenario would be like today.
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?
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.
Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer discusses how he would oversee New York City's pension funds if he were to be elected the city's comptroller.
Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer tells Christine Romans he's confident he'll have the signatures to launch his bid for comptroller of New York City.