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More economic fallout from overseas

More economic fallout from overseas

11/06/11 07:00PM

As Greece teeters on political chaos and financial ruin, there are growing fears that Italy could be next. The Economist’s Matthew Bishop talks about whether the Eurozone could collapse. watch

Cain, Romney pass on Reagan dinner in Iowa

Cain, Romney pass on Reagan dinner in Iowa

11/03/11 08:00PM

While Republican presidential candidates are gathering in Iowa for the state’s annual Ronald Reagan dinner in Des Moines, both Herman Cain and Mitt Romney have opted not to attend. Pollster Ann Selzer discusses. watch

Super Committee stumped over deal

Super Committee stumped over deal

11/03/11 08:00PM

With a deadline looming for the bipartisan Super Committee, the debt reduction panel is deadlocked over the issue of taxes. Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, discusses. watch

Debunking Romneycare

Debunking Romneycare

11/02/11 08:00PM

Recent polls show Mitt Romney’s biggest drawback among Republican voters is the Massachusetts health care law he signed five years ago as governor but a closer look shows its implementation has been surprisingly smooth. Ron Fournier of the National... watch

GOP frontrunners face bumpy ride

GOP frontrunners face bumpy ride

11/01/11 08:00PM

Former White House Press Secretary Bill Burton and former RNC Chairman Michael Steele explain why a tough primary better prepares presidential candidates for a general election. watch

Brokaw on partisan rhetoric, new book

Brokaw on partisan rhetoric, new book

11/01/11 08:00PM

NBC’s Tom Brokaw talks about the current state of the U.S. government and shares details from his latest book, “The Time of Our Live: A Conversation About America,” which is about whether the degree of partisan rancor feels new. watch

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