Diane Swonk and Will Cain analyze the economics and politics of May's disappointing employment report.
Ali Velshi and Diane Swonk explain the January jobs report, which says the U.S. economy added 243,000 jobs.
Ali Velshi breaks down December's jobs report and asks Alexis Glick whether the upward trend from the end of 2011 will continue in 2012.
Chrystia Freeland and Stephen Moore tell Ali Velshi that the U.S. economy will remain fragile in 2012.
Stephen Moore and Bob Herbert debate if unemployment benefits motivate the jobless to stay unemployed. Ali Velshi moderates.
Ali Velshi and Christine Romans ask Thomas Friedman if globalization is good or bad for America's middle class.
Christine Romans, Bob Herbert, and Casey Mulligan discuss whether there truly are 'no jobs' and whether unemployment benefits deter Americans from looking for jobs.
Although the U.S. economy added 80,000 jobs in October, Christine Romans, Diane Swonk and Peter Morici say it's not enough to effect a meaningful recovery.
As the U.S. unemployment rate hovers at 9.1%, some areas struggle while others thrive. Richard Florida and Christine Romans break down the pockets of growth with Ali Velshi.