Stephen Moore argues with Ali Velshi about whether or not the upcoming presidential election matters when it comes to the economy.
Ali Velshi asks Mohamed El-Erian how he thinks Congress can use low interest rates to benefit the U.S. economy.
Ali Velshi talks to Sen. Olympia Snowe, who is known for reaching across the aisle to get things done, about preventing the "fiscal cliff."
Ali Velshi details the causes of the coming economic storm and lists three things Congress can do to prevent a new recession.
Philadelphia mayor, Michael Nutter and Kansas City, MO mayor, Sly James detail the different hardships their cities faced as a result of the recession.
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.
The economy is headed for a recession in 2013 and the next president can't stop it. Congress can help, but not before the partisan bickering stops. We'll hear from political and financial experts and tell you how YOU can make a difference.
And you can’t talk about a slowing economy and the possibility of a recession without talking about Europe. Is the U.S. headed down the economic path forged by Greece?
And if what's happening in Washington doesn't hit home, the cuts you're seeing in your city and state might. We’ll talk to two mayors about what they’re doing.
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Ali Velshi shares the truth about the economic storm threatening the United States. Learn what is to blame and what you can do about it.
America's got economic problems and despite what you hear on TV, neither Barack Obama nor Mitt Romney can fix most of them.
Our problems are big, they are caused in large part by global issues, and they require long term planning, not the kind of short-term fixes that the U.S. Congress fixates on.
We need a good example, and we have one: China.
Christine Romans, host of Your Bottom Line, took a walk with legendary investor Jim Rogers to find out why he's bearish on America and bullish on Asia.