Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm tells Ali Velshi about her plan to create jobs and rebuild our cities.
Sheila Bair and Neil Barofsky discuss problems with the relationship between big banks and the federal government.
Richard Florida tells Ali Velshi what he thinks China is doing right, and how we can get our cities back on the right track.
The economic storm still threatens but consumers are still optimistic despite the troubling forecast. Stephen Moore shares how he thinks this is affecting the presidential race.
Christine Romans and Nicholas Kristof discuss good teachers, bad teachers, and how to get our education system back on track.
Stephen Leeb and Frank Sesno join Christine Romans to talk about how the United States can get up to speed on energy.
Christine Romans, Ken Rogoff, Stephen Moore and Candy Crowley discuss what the candidates have promised, and what topics they're avoiding.
Ali Velshi explains why the "12 million jobs in 4 years" claim may be a harmful distraction from the approaching economic storm.
The American Society of Civil Engineers graded the U.S. infrastructure with a "D." Ali Velshi and Stephen Leeb explain steps the U.S. government could take to improve it.
Historically, infrastructure investments in the U.S. have been powerful catalysts for growth. CNN's Fareed Zakaria explains why it's an opportune time for the U.S. government to make that investment.